Ranald MacDonald: the narrative of his early life on the Columbia under the Hudson's Bay Company's regime, of his experiences in the Pacific whale fishery, and of his great adventure to Japan : with a sketch of his later life on the Western Frontier, 1824-1894
Oregon Historical Society Press, 1923 - Biography & Autobiography - 347 pages
The son of a Chinook Indian princess and a Hudson's Bay Company trader, MacDonald was the first American, and the first English teacher, to go voluntarily to Japan.
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Foreword by Donald J Sterling Jr
Biographical Account of Ranald MacDonald
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