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A Journal of La Salle's last voyage / by Henri Joutel ; introd. by Darrett B. Rutman.

Main Author: Joutel, Henri, 1640?-1735.
Language(s): English ; French
Published: New York : Cornith Books, 1962.
Subjects: La Salle, Robert Cavelier, > sieur de, > 1643-1687.
Louisiana > History > To 1803.
Mississippi River > Discovery and exploration.
Note: "Republication ... based upon the first English translation of 1714, as edited by Henry Reed Stiles ... [Includes] a reduced copy of Joutel's map, which accompanied the original French edition [Journal historique du dernier voyage que feu M. de La Sale fit dans le golfe de Mexique] of 1713 and a facsimile of the title page of the original English edition."
Physical Description: ix, 187 p. : ill., maps, fascims. ; 19 cm.
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