Topographical Memoir of the Department of the Pacific

Topographical Memoir of the Department of the Pacific

Letter From the Secretary of War, Transmitting the Topographical Memoir and Report of Captain T.J. Cram, Relative to the Territories of Oregon and Washington, in the Military Department of the Pacific

Book - 1859
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Derived from reports, sketches, journals of marches by officers, reconnaissance reports, and maps by topographical engineers, Thomas Jefferson Cram constructs his topographical memoir contained herein -- which reveals general descriptions of the Pacific; refers to the arsenal and supplies located in Benecia, CA; discusses and provides accurate description of the country and its roads, routes, rivers, and distances with regard to military strategy; provides probable causes to the Indian War in the Rougue River Valley; and mentions Indian treaties.
Publisher: [Washington] : [publisher not identified], [1859]
Branch Call Number: 917.95 Un322T 1859
917.95 Un322T 1859
Characteristics: 126 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Cram, Thomas Jefferson 1807?-1883


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