Observations on the inhabitants, climate, soil, rivers, productions, animals, and other matters worthy of notice / made by John Bartram, in his travels from Pensilvania to Onondago, Oswego and the Lake Ontario, in Canada ; to which is annex'd, a curious account of the cataracts at Niagara by Peter Kalm.
|Main Author:||Bartram, John, 1699-1777.|
|Related Names:||Kalm, Pehr 1716-1779.|
London : Printed for J. Whiston and B. White, 1751.
Indians of North America.
Niagara Falls (N.Y. and Ont.) > Description and travel.
Pennsylvania > Description and travel.
New York (State) > Description and travel.
Bartram and Lewis Evans accompanied Conrad Weiser on a mission from the government of Pennsylvania to the Iroquois, to settle a quarrel between the Indians and the colony of Virginia. Weiser's journal is printed in the set known as Colonial records of Pennsylvania, 1851, v. 4, p. 660-669.
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