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Book Sources: North America
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An abridgement of the author's journal originally published in pt. 1, "History of the exploration of the cañons of the Colorado," of the report of the Smithsonian Institute: Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and its tributaries.
including a reconnoissance of a new route through the Rocky mountains. By Howard Stansbury, captain, Corps of topographical engineers, U. S. Army. Printed by order of House of representatives of the United States.