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5 edition of Jonathan Carver found in the catalog.

Jonathan Carver

his travels in the Northwest in 1766-8

by John Goadby Gregory

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  • 19 Currently reading

Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780,
  • Carver, Jonathan, 1710-1780,
  • Explorers -- United States,
  • Indians of North America -- Northwest, Old,
  • Explorateurs -- États-Unis,
  • Indiens -- Amérique du Nord -- États-Unis (Vieux Nord-Ouest),
  • Northwest, Old -- Discovery and exploration,
  • États-Unis (Vieux Nord-Ouest) -- Découverte et exploration

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 26403, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 26403
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (20 fr.)
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24140490M
    ISBN 100665264038

    Jonathan Carver (April 13 – January 31 ) was an American explorer and was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts and then moved with his family to Canterbury, later married Abigail Robbins and became a shoemaker. And he is to believed to have had seven children. In Carver joined the colonial militia at the start of the French . The American explorer and writer Jonathan Carver () was one of the most famous travelers and travel writers of the 18th century. Jonathan Carver was born on Ap , in Weymouth, Mass. The family moved to Canterbury, Conn., when Jonathan was a child. He entered military service in.

    Jonathan Carver. The dubious personal history of Carver, and questions as to the authenticity of his book, will excuse the introduction of certain details in his biography. Jonathan Carver, the ostensible author of Travels through the Interior Parts of North America in the Years   Jonathan Parker, ed., The Journals of Jonathan Carver and Related Documents (St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press, ), (hereinafter Parker, The Journals). Parker did a comparative analysis of Carver’s published travel narrative and the versions of his MS journal and maps held by the British Library.. National Historical .

      Carver, Jonathan. Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years , , and London, Call number: FC32 x This month I would like to highlight one of our recent acquisitions. For those of us living in the Upper Midwest, this book gives a glimpse of the region just before. Jonathan Carver was an explorer and author, most famous for his book "Travels Through the Interior Parts of North America." He moved with his family to Canterbury, Connecticut, when he was about eight years old, where he learned to make shoes.


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Jonathan Carver was an explorer, mapmaker, author, and subject of controversy. He was among the first white men to explore and map areas of Minnesota, including what later became Carver County. While French explorers had been in the area earlier, they did not leave behind detailed maps or journals of their travels as Carver did.

Jonathan Carver's Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years, and became a bestseller in London in the s, and arguments over its author's accuracy and honesty have raged ever since.

This book published for the first time the well-known explorer's original account of his expedition.4/4(1). Published Jonathan Carver book inthe captain's journal was the first popular American travel book and an international bestseller. This edition, with a biographical essay on Jonathan Carver by Norman Gelb, restores an American classic to its deserved place on the bookshelf/5(4).

Jonathan Carver, (born ApWeymouth, Mass. [U.S.]—died Jan. 31,London, Eng.), early explorer of North America and author of one of the most widely read travel and adventure books in that period. Carver was promoted to lieutenant () and then to captain () while serving in a Massachusetts regiment during the French and Indian War.

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Facebook gives people the power. Jonathan Carver’s Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years, and became a bestseller in London in the s, and arguments over its author’s accuracy and honesty have raged ever since.

This book published for the first time the well-known explorer’s original account of his : Jonathan Carver's travels through America, an eighteenth-century explorer's account of uncharted America User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Carver's classic account of his travels through the Midwest following the French and Indian War was first published in career of Jonathan Carver, the explorer who spent the winter and spring of in the Minnesota country. It includes seventeen of the thirty-nine known editions of Carver's Travels through the Interior Parts of North America in the Years, andas well as copies of two other rare books bearing his name as author — the New Uni­File Size: 1MB.

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and takes questions from. Three years' travels throughout the interior parts of North America, for more than five thousand miles: containing an account of the lakes, islands and rivers, cateracts, mountains, minerals, soil and vegetable productions of the north west regions of that vast continent: with a description of the birds, beasts, reptiles, insects, and fishes peculiar to the country: together with a concise.

Image 3 of Capt. Jonathan Carver, and his explorations. his ancestry, is that his grandfather, Wm. Carver, was a native of Wigan, Lancashire, England, and a captain in King William's army during the campaign in Ireland, and for meritorious.

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By Jonathan Carver, Esq by Jonathan Carver 1 edition - first published in The Journals of Jonathan Carver and Related Documents, by Carver, Jonathan; Parker, John; Goddard, James Stanley A readable copy.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Jonathan Carver is on Facebook.

Join Facebook to connect with Jonathan Carver and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes Occupation: Specialty Territory Manager. Jonathan Carver died in poverty on Janu ByTravels to the Interior had greatly declined in popularity and respect.

Many historians claimed the whole book was made up, written. Capt. Jonathan Carver, and his explorations. Contributor Names - Carver, Jonathan, Credit Line: Library of Congress, General Collections and Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Jonathan Carver's Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years, and became a bestseller in London in the s, and arguments over its author's accuracy and honesty have raged ever since.

This book published for the first time the well-known explorer's original account of his : Minnesota Historical Society Press. Jonathan Carver >The American explorer and writer Jonathan Carver () was one of the >most famous travelers and travel writers of the 18th century.

Jonathan Carver was born on Apin Weymouth, Mass. The family moved to Canterbury, Conn., when Jonathan was a. Jonathan Carver wrote of travel in the Northwest Territory. His reports were accepted by Europeans seeking news of the New World.

This is a page from an account published in a edition of his book "Travels Through the Interior Parts of North America.". Jonathan Carver’s Travels through the Interior Parts of North America, in the Years, and became a bestseller in London in the s, and arguments over its author’s accuracy and honesty have raged ever since.

This book published for the first time the well-known explorer’s original account of his expedition. inaccurate information about Jonathan Carver and did not rely on any scholarly sources for his research.

2 Wolffgang von Bober., The Carver Effect: A Paranormal Experience. (Harrisburg: Stackpole Books, ), 14, Bober‟s book gives specific insight to his dealings with Jonathan Carver‟s ghost; he even dedicates the book to Jonathan.Jonathan Carver (Ap – Janu ) was an American explorer and writer.

He was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts and then moved with his family to Canterbury, Connecticut. He later married Abigail Robbins and became a en: FNU Carver, Mindwell Gunn, Abigail Carver, Jonathan Carver, Sarah Church.Jonathan Carver (Ap – Janu ) was a colonial Massachusetts explorer and writer.

He was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts and then moved with his family to Canterbury, later married Abigail Robbins and became a shoemaker. He is believed to have had seven children. In Carver joined the Massachusetts colonial militia at the start of the .