|Series||Nineteenth century American literature on microcards. Series C: The Trans-Mississippi west.|
|LC Classifications||F871 .S72|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||06006760|
passed that all the dogs be shot. Medorem Crawford, in his journal, and Miss A.J. Allen, the author of the book of White's travels, [the two authorities just quoted], say that the dogs--a total of twenty-two--were killed. Hastings, however, [later captain of the company] says that the motion produced a great deal of ill-feeling; that after a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crawford, Medorem, Journal of Medorem Crawford. Fairfield, Wash.: Ye Galleon Press, [?]. Get this from a library! Journal of Medorem Crawford: an account of his trip across the plains with the Oregon pioneers of [Medorem Crawford]. Journal of Medorem Crawford. An account of his trip across the plains with the Oregon pioneers of by Crawford, Medorem, d. Pages:
Title:: Journal of Medorem Crawford: An Account of His Trip Across the Plains With the Oregon Pioneers of Author:: Crawford, Medorem, Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Journal of Medorem Crawford by Crawford, Medorem, , Star job office edition, Journal of Medorem Crawford. Known to everyone in early Oregon Territory, Medorem Crawford was one of its most prominent pioneers. This journal is the only record of one of the earliest large emigrations on the Oregon Trail, kept by Crawford on that journey in Full text of "Journal of Medorem Crawford. An account of his trip across the plains with the Oregon pioneers of " See other formats SOURCES OF TIN-: HISTORY OF OREGON. VOLUME I, NUMBER I, Contributions of the Department of Economics and History of the University of Oregon. F. G. YOUNG, Editor. Journal of Hedorem Crawford.
Merrill J. Mattes Collection. Diary – Medorem Crawford, In addition to research articles, the journal regularly includes book reviews, letters to the editor, and a page of diary quotes from original trail diaries. The journal began publication in , and here you have access to all 30+ years of content. A letterpress book contains Medorem Crawford’s outgoing correspondence, Medorem Crawford’s overland journal has not been located. It was published, probably from the copy now in the Western Americana Collection at Yale University, as vol. 1, no. 1 of the Sources of the History of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon, ). Dean Decker; "Part I: Report of Captain Medorem Crawford" edited by Charles W. Martin; book reviews ===== Overland Journal Volume 2, Number 4 (Fall ) 51 pages, photocopy only available "The Convention: Joyful Days at the End of the Trail" by Gregory M. Franzwa;. 2 4 Report of Captain Medorem Crawford, Part 2 Ed. Charles W. Martin Trail History 2 4 Old Bill Williams, Mountain Man by Alpheus H. Favour Review by David Miller Book review.