North American Exploration - Vol. 2

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Index
Abenakis, 90
Abitibi Lake, 248-49
Abitibi River, 143
Abraham, John, 214, 215
Academy Atlas ( 1745), 338
Acadia, 80, 159
Accault, Michel, 133, 135
Adams-Onís Treaty (1821), 26
Aimable, 140
Albanel, Father Charles, 115, 125-26
Albany, 309-10
Albany Factory, 212, 214, 218
Aleutians, 340
Aleutian Islands, 339, 344
Aleutian maps, 341
Alexander VI, Pope, 345
Algonquin Indians, 75, 76, 100
Allan Hills, 217
Allouez, Father Claude, 117-18, 122
Alta California: delays in settlement of, 350-51; exploration of northern, 62- 63; exploration/settlement ( 18th century) of, 38-39; poor state of presidial defenses in, 372; Spanish opening of, 348, 371-73. See also Pacific coast
Alvarez de Pineda, Alonso, 7, 54
American Expedition (Second Kamchatka Expedition), 333-34
American Fur Company, 208
American West ( 1777) map, 50, 51-52
"Amerque Septentrionale" map ( 1650), 102, 113
Amherst, Jeffery, 197-98
Amiot, Charles, 116-17
Anadabijou (Montagnais chief), 74-75
Angulo, José de, 30
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 38, 52, 61-62
Aoueatsiouaenhronon, 94
Apalache mission ( 1633), 24
Apalche map, 12
Appalachian Mountains: English crossings of, 284, 311-12; as exploration barrier, 4-5, 269; map of, 289; Spanish misconceptions about, 21, 24
Archer, Gabriel, 272Argonaut, 361, 394
Arriola, Andrés de, 26
Arthur, Gabriel, 292, 294-97, 311
Aspinwell, William, 308
Assiniboine Indians, 183-84, 190-91, 192-93, 215-16
Assiniboine River, 232
Astrolabe, 392
Athabasca country, 249-53
Athabasca-Mackenzie basin, 207
"Athabaska July 1787" map, 254
Atkinson, Christopher, 226
Atlantic coastal region, 16-17, 26
Audiencia of Nueva Galicia, 30
Auguel, Antoine, 133, 135
Awatanik, Michel, 112, 115-16
Bahia de Santa María Bay, 16, 26
Banks, Sir Joseph, 250
Bannon, John Francis, 27
Baranov, Alexander, 389
Barkley, William, 394
Barrell, Joseph, 395
Batts, Thomas, 288, 291, 292, 316
Beaujeu, Pierre, 140
Beaver, 260

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North American Exploration - Vol. 2
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Maps ix
  • Introduction to Volume 2 1
  • 9 / Spanish Penetrations to the North of New Spain 7
  • 10 / Early French Exploration in the North American Interior 65
  • 11 / French Exploration in North America, 1700-1800 149
  • 12 / British Exploration of Rupert's Land 203
  • 13 British Exploration of the United States Interior 269
  • 14 / The Exploration of the Pacific Coast 328
  • Notes 397
  • Selected Bibliography 437
  • Contributors 445
  • Index 449
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