Item #23187 Oregon. Report of Lieut. Neil M. Howison...to the Commander of the Pacific Squadron; Being the Result of an Examination in the Year 1846 of the Coast, Harbors, Rivers, Soil, Productions, Climate, and Population of the Territory of Oregon
Oregon. Report of Lieut. Neil M. Howison...to the Commander of the Pacific Squadron; Being the Result of an Examination in the Year 1846 of the Coast, Harbors, Rivers, Soil, Productions, Climate, and Population of the Territory of Oregon
Oregon. Report of Lieut. Neil M. Howison...to the Commander of the Pacific Squadron; Being the Result of an Examination in the Year 1846 of the Coast, Harbors, Rivers, Soil, Productions, Climate, and Population of the Territory of Oregon

Oregon. Report of Lieut. Neil M. Howison...to the Commander of the Pacific Squadron; Being the Result of an Examination in the Year 1846 of the Coast, Harbors, Rivers, Soil, Productions, Climate, and Population of the Territory of Oregon

[Washington]: Tippin & Streeper, 1848.

First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 30th Congress, 1st Session, Miscellaneous Document No. 20. 36 pp. Fine copy in modern buckram binding. "Howison spent nearly a year in the Oregon country, exploring the interior, living among the pioneers, etc. His vessel, the Shark, was wrecked in the Columbia, and the flag taken therefrom is said to have been the first to float over the Territory" (Eberstadt). Includes much detail on early white settlement of the Oregon Territory. Sabin 33368; Howes H-738.

Item #23187

Price: $100.00