A topographical description of the western territory of North America;
containing a succinct account of its climate, natural history, population, agriculture, manners and customs ... and an accurate statement of the various tribes of Indians that inhabit the frontier country. To which is annexed, a delineation of the laws and government of the state of Kentucky ... In a series of letters to a friend in England. By G. Imlay.
|Main Author:||Imlay, Gilbert, 1754?-1828?|
London, Printed for J. Debrett, 1792.
Ohio River Valley.
Tobacco > Tobacco / Mississippi River Valley.
Ohio River Valley > Ohio River Valley / Description and travel.
Mississippi River Valley > Mississippi River Valley / Description and travel.
"After passing to the southward of lat. 40 deg. the climate becomes favorable to the cultivation of tobacco ... ": p. 91. Tobacco as article of trade: p. 97. "The low country [of Virginia] has been impoverished by the pernicious cultivation of tobacco": p. 188.
Sabin 34354 //
xv, 247 p.
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