Diary of a Journey From the Mississippi to the Coasts of the Pacific With a United States Government Expedition: Volume 2

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"Mollhausen was the artist and topographer accompanying the party led by Lieutenant Amiel Weeks Whipple in the Pacific Railroad Survey Explorations of the thiry-fifth parallel in 1853"--Wagner-Camp. The party travelled from Fort Smith to Pueblo de los Angeles in 1853-54, making their way through the Panhandle of Texas.

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x, 397 p., [13] leaves of plates.

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Möllhausen, Balduin 1858.

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  • Main Title: Diary of a Journey From the Mississippi to the Coasts of the Pacific With a United States Government Expedition: Volume 2
  • Uniform Title: Tagebuch einer Reise vom Mississippi nach den Küsten der Südsee. English

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"Mollhausen was the artist and topographer accompanying the party led by Lieutenant Amiel Weeks Whipple in the Pacific Railroad Survey Explorations of the thiry-fifth parallel in 1853"--Wagner-Camp. The party travelled from Fort Smith to Pueblo de los Angeles in 1853-54, making their way through the Panhandle of Texas.

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x, 397 p., [13] leaves of plates.

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"With an introduction by Alexander von Humboldt and illustrations in chromo-lithography."

"In two volumes. Vol. II."

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Möllhausen, Balduin. Diary of a Journey From the Mississippi to the Coasts of the Pacific With a United States Government Expedition: Volume 2, book, 1858; London, England. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth28594/: accessed May 28, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at Arlington Library.

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