Early western travels, 1748–1846; a series of annotated reprints of some of the best and rarest contemporary volumes of travel, descriptive of the aborigines and social and economic condition in the middle and far West, during the period of early American settlement. Edited, with historical, geographical, ethnological, and bibliographical notes, introductions, index, etc. . . .
The Arthur H. Clark Company, publishers
1904 – 1907
illus., maps (part fold.)
References to Mormonism in the following vols.: Josiah Gregg's "Commerce of the prairies," vol. 19, p. 189; vol. 20, p. 93–97; John K. Townsent's, "Narrative of a journey across the Rocky Mountains," vol. 21, p. 139–40; Maximilian, Prince of Wied's, "Travels in the interior of North America," vol. 22, p. 249; vol. 24, p. 119–20; Edmund Flagg's, "The far West," vol. 26, p. 13, 334–38, 356, 358–59; Thomas J. Farnham's, "Travels in the great western prairies," vol. 28, p. 18, 47–52; Father P. J. de Smet's, "Oregon Missions," vol. 29, p. 370–72; Joel Palmer's "Journal of travels over the Rocky Mountains," vol. 30, p. 74, 257
CU-B, DLC, NjP, UHi, ULA, UPB, UU
University of California, Bancroft Library, Berkeley, California; U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey; Utah State Historical Society, Salt Lake City, Utah; Utah State University, Logan, Utah; Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah