2 edition of Journey of Moncacht-Ape found in the catalog.
Journey of Moncacht-Ape
Andrew M. Davis
by Ye Galleon Pr
Written in English
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He returned to Scotland later that year and was knighted for his great journey. His acclaimed book, Voyages from Montreal, on the River St. Lawrence, Through the Continent of North America, to the Frozen and Pacific Ocean, appeared in London in , and among its enthusiastic readers were the American President Thomas Jefferson and his private. The Lewis and Clark Expedition from May to September , also known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first American expedition to cross the western portion of the United States. It began in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made its way westward, and passed through the Continental Divide of the Americas to reach the Pacific coast. The.
One such book, Nouveaux Voyages Le Page du Pratz recorded the journey of a Native American named Moncacht-Apé of the Yazoo tribe in Mississippi. Compelled by curiosity and the desire to know where his tribe had originally emigrated from, Moncacht-Apé journeyed up the Missouri River until he reached the Kansas nation. He then found a west. Award-winning historian Dale L. Walker uncovers the truth about some of the American West's most famous and infamous figures. He delves deep into some of the most enduring myths and legends of the Old West to unveil the real stories beneath them, including.
Compare discount bookstores, find the lowest textbook price. isbn range: - Used textbooks, discount textbooks, cheap textbooks, medical books, nursing books. Dumont's book relates one of the two earliest accounts of Moncacht-Apé's journey across North America; the other is in Le Page du Pratz's Histoire de la Louisiane.  After publishing his book, Dumont obtained another commission as a lieutenant in the colonial Company of the Indies, and he sailed in with his wife for Mauritius and then.
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Moncacht-Apé was a Native American explorer of the Yazoo tribe in the present-day Mississippi area; in the early s he may have made the first recorded round trip transcontinental journey across North America. Some years after his purported journey from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Moncacht-Apé related his adventures and itinerary to Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz, a French explorer and.
The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year [Davis, Andrew McFarland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
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years before the Lewis and Clark expidition a Yazoo Indian made the same transcontinental journey. Starting from Mississippi Moncacht-Apé travelled as far as southeast Alaska. Maps based on his journey paved the way for the later Journey of Moncacht-Ape book of Discovery. This book Brand: Author Solutions Inc.
The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year [With selections from "Histoire de la Louisiane, par Le Page du Pratz."]. According to both Frenchmen, they were drawn to Moncacht-Ape because of a desire to learn more about the origin of the various tribes in Louisiana Territory.
According to him, a need to learn more about the origin of his own people had led him on an epic journey many years before the French came to.
Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Yazoo Mingo: The Journeys of Moncacht-Ape Across North America at The first journey takes him up the Ohio River and past the Niagara Falls to the Atlantic Ocean.
This episode does not appear in the version, however, where Moncacht-apé sets out straightaway up the Missouri River, a route that, since Joliet and Marquette’s initial descent of the Mississippi inhad been identified by the French as.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition from Augto Septemalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the United States expedition to cross the newly acquired western portion of the country after the Louisiana the s, the federal government memorialized the winter assembly encampment, Camp Dubois, as the start of the Lewis and Clark voyage of discovery.
The route of Lewis and Clark's expedition took them up the Missouri River to its headwaters, then on to the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River, and it may have been influenced by the purported transcontinental journey of Moncacht-Apé by the same route about a century before.
Jefferson had a copy of Le Page's book in his library detailing Moncacht-Apé's itinerary, and Lewis carried a copy. The journey of Moncacht-Apé: an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year by Davis, Andrew McFarland, ; American Antiquarian Society ; Le Page du Pratz, d.
Yazoo Mingo: The Journeys of Moncacht-Ape Across North America years before the Lewis and Clark expidition a Yazoo Indian made the same transcontinental journey. Starting from Mississippi Moncacht-Ape travelled as far as southeast Alaska.
Maps based on his journey paved the way for the later Corps of Discovery. Page - God, he would humble us therefore, and pardon all the errors of his servants and people, that desire to love his name ; that he would remove the rod of the wicked from off the lot of the righteous ; that he would bring in the American heathen, and cause them to hear and obey his voice.
Given at Boston, Decemin the eighth year of his Majesty's reign. While there were other books in Lewis's traveling library that presumably made the journey coast-to-coast, du Pratz's History of Louisiana is the only such book the exact copy of which has been conclusively identified.
Funded in part by a grant from the National Park. The book told of a transcontinental journey years before Lewis and Clark, where Moncacht-Ape learned the ways of other nations after losing much of his to an epidemic. book Author: Andrew McFarland Davis: Subjects: Moncacht-Ape, voyages and travels Title: The Journey of Moncacht-Ape' Published Date: ca.
Catalog Number: /D29jo Douglas County Museum • Museum Drive • Roseburg, OR • HOURS OF OPERATION Tuesday-Saturday: 10 am-5 pm • Closed Sunday & Monday. The Lewis and Clark Expedition from May to Septemberalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first American expedition to cross the western portion of the United began in Pittsburgh, Pa,  made its way westward, and passed through the Continental Divide of the Americas to reach the Pacific coast.
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For any An Apes questions. contact us for An Apes. Book Cover & Preview Text Most Americans regard the heroic expedition of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark of –06 across the continent with their company of forty-three adventurers, six tons of food, seven bales of supplies and fourteen bales of trade goods as the first such journey of its kind.
The journey of Coronado,from the city of Mexico to the Grand Canon of the Colorado and the buffalo plains of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska, (New York, Allerton book co., ), by George Parker Winship, Juan Camilo Jaramillo, Antonio de Mendoza, and Pedro de Castañeda de Nágera (page images at HathiTrust).The visiting man's name was Moncacht-Apé of the Yazoo people in the Mississippi River Valley, and the tale of his transcontinental journey, which occurred at the end of the s or beginning of the s, was recorded by the Dutch-French historian and ethnographer Antoine-Simone Le Page du Pratz, who lived in the Mississippi River Valley from.More of my research is found in these articles and book chapters: “Le Page du Pratz’s Fabulous Journey of Discovery: Learning about Nature Writing from a Colonial Promotional Narrative” is included in a collection of essays edited by Steven Rosendale and entitled The Greening of Literary Scholarship: Literature, Theory, and the.