North American Exploration - Vol. 3

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Index
Abbott, Henry L., 402
Abert, James W., 354, 355, 361, 362, 363-64
Abert, John J., 187, 342, 347, 354, 587 n.7
Absaroka Mountains, 48
Academy of Natural Sciences ( Philadelphia), 35, 65
Acadian Geology ( Dawson), 229, 239
Account ( James), 69
Account of the Arctic Regions ( Scoresby), 203
Act of Union of 1841, 223
Adams, John Quincy, 62, 74
Adams, William, 315-16
Adams-Onis Treaty ( 1819); 66
Admiralty Inlet, 315, 336
Advance, 285
Adventures of the First Settlers on the Oregon or Columbia River ( Ross), 91
Adventures on the Columbia River ( Cox), 91
Agassiz, Alexander, 489
Agassiz, Louis, 230, 407, 472, 538
Agate, Alfred T., 338, 339
"agent thirteen" ( Wilkinson), 41
Age of Jefferson, 9-10, 12
ages of discovery, 523-28
"Agriculture in Colorado" ( Thomas), 474
Agua Caliente Valley, 362
Airy, G. B., 227
Alarcón, Hernando de, 385
Alaska, 128-29. See also Arctic exploration
Alexander Mackenzie and Co. ( XY Company), 84
Alger, Francis, 210
Allen, John L., 17, 18, 31, 32, 33, 55, 56, 72
Allison, Frederick, 241
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 364-65
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 228
American Atlas ( Tanner), 353
American Bison Society, 464
American Fur Company, 77, 133, 371
American Gazetteer (Morse), 16
American Journal of Science (American Journal of Science and the Arts), 394, 488
American Philosophical Society, 9
American Progress (Gast), 533
American Southwest map (Emory, 1847), 364
American West: artistic renderings of the, 182,182-85, 184, 186, 543; early- nineteenth-century maps of, 18-19; exploration map of, 8; map ( 1803), 23; map of fur trade exploration ( 1821-1833), 139; map of fur trade exploration ( 1826-1836), 168; scientific exploration of ( 1865-1900), 461- 520, 462; as social planning laboratory, 537
American West, exploration of: of the Canadian Pacific West ( 1821-1846), 109-15; Clark's "master map" of, 52-53; cultural and ethical issues of, 73-74; exploration/empire issues of,

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