Astoria: Or, Anecdotes of an Enterprize Beyond the Rocky Mountains
A history book published in 1836 by Washington Irving. The book was commissioned by John Jacob Astor as an official history of his company's 1810-1812 Astor Expedition to Oregon.
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Objects of American enterprizeGold hunting and fur trading
Rise of the Mackinaw CompanyAttempts of the American Gov
Two expeditions set on footThe Tonquin and her crewCaptain
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