5 edition of Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer"s and Thompson"s Rivers found in the catalog.
Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer"s and Thompson"s Rivers
Alexander Caulfield Anderson
|Statement||by Alexander C. Anderson.|
|Series||History of the Pacific Northwest -- PNW 9.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Pages 44 It is the reproduction of the old book published long back() We try our level best to give you perfect book but some time. HAND-BOOK AND MAP TO THE GOLD REGION OF Frazer's and Thompson's Rivers, WITH TABLE OF DISTANCES. By ALEXANDER C. ANDERSON, Late Chief Trader Hudson Bay Co's Service.
TO WHICH IS APPENDED CHINOOK JARGON—LANGUAGE USED Etc. Etc PUBLISHED BY J. LE COUNT, SAN FRANCISCO. Get this from a library.
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Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer's and Thompson's rivers, with table of distances. (San Francisco: Published by J.J. Le Count, ), by Alexander Caulfield Anderson and Josiah J.
Book producer LeCount (page images at HathiTrust). After finishing that job, Anderson went to work as the first Collector of Customs in Victoria, and in his spare time he wrote and published a Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer's and Thompson's rivers in to help the miners use his trail, and included some "Chinook jargon" to help them communicate with the First Nations people they would meet.
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In addition to various reports and articles, Anderson wrote a Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer’s and Thompson’s rivers, and shortly after British Columbia joined confederation in he won a provincial government prize for an essay entitled The dominion at the west; a brief description of the province of British Columbia.
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Hand-book and map to the gold region of Frazer's and Thompson's rivers [electronic resource]: with table of distances ; to which is appended Chinook jargon--language used, etc., etc.
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