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journal of travels into the Arkansa territory

T. Nuttall

journal of travels into the Arkansa territory

by T. Nuttall

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Published by University Microfilms .
Written in English


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Statementby T. Nuttall.
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Open LibraryOL19546126M

Two years later Nuttall published A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa[s] Territory During the Year , which is still an excellent source for information concerning the flora, fauna, and inhabitants of the future Oklahoma region in , when it was part of the Arkansas Territory. Thomas Nuttall died in England on September 10, 17 Nuttall, "A Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory During the Year ," Thwaites, ed., Early Western Travels, , Vol. XIII, pp. 18 In June, Major General Andrew Jackson, commanding officer of the Southern Division of the United States Army, ordered Major William Bradford to remove all white.

In his book Journal of Travels into the Arkansas Territory during the year , naturalist Thomas Nuttall identified the location as “Point Remu,” perhaps indicating that the name was a corruption of the French remous. Likewise, an account of the – expedition of Major Stephen Long named the site “Point Remove, or Eddy Point. A journal of travels into the Arkansa Territory, during the year With occasional observations on the manners of the aboringines. Philadelphia: T. H. Palmer, NAL Call No. W96J (Special Collections) Nuttall, Thomas.

Nuttall's Journal of travels by Nuttall Thomas, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Home. FORT SMITH, Ark. — Thomas Nuttall may not be a name as famous as other early s explorers like Meriwether Lewis or William Clark, but for those who study the natural world, he is an iconic figure. Fort Smith served as Nuttall’s base of operations the summer of for what would become his “Journal of Travels into the Arkansa.


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The account follows Nuttall's route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, down the Ohio River to its mouth, then down the Mississippi River to the Arkansas Post, and up the Arkansas River with a side trip to Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.

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Covering his travels in Arkansas and what is now Oklahoma from October, February,the Journal follows Nuttall's route from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, down the Ohio River to its mouth, then down the Mississippi River to the Arkansas Post, and up.

Thomas Nuttall, a preeminent and far-ranging field naturalist, participated in the early scientific exploration of Arkansas and is remembered both for identifying a number of the state’s plants and for his description of early Arkansas life.

His notes on people living in the territory—both Native Americans and American settlers—have provided valuable information for historians and. Nuttall's Journal of travels into the Arkansa territory October 2, February 18, [electronic resource] by Thomas Nuttall,Reuben Gold Thwaites.

Thanks for Sharing! You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them.Nuttall, Thomas () A journal of travels into the Arkansa Territory, during the year With occasional observations on the manners of the Aborigines.The present volume of our series is devoted to a reprint of Thomas Nuttall's Journal of Travels into the Arkansa Territory, during the yearwith Occasional Observations on (whose Travels comprise volume v of our series), on the latter's scientific expedition into the Missouri country, described in volume v of our Nuttall's Travels.