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Primary Sources within Dictionary of American History vol. 9

Dictionary of American History
REF D174 .D522 2003

SEE References within Volume 9 of the Dictionary of American History for the following:

         Message on Lewis & Clark Expedition   p. 187
         Journals of Lewis & Clark Expedition   p. 191
         Sleep Not Longer, O Choctaws and Chicksaws   p. 199
         Excerpt from Glimpse of New Mexico  p.201
         Life of Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kai-kiak (Black Hawk) p. 210
         Excerpt from the Oregon Trail (1846, by Francis Parkman)   p. 222
         Excerpt from Memories of the North American Invasion (1850)  p. 224
         Fort Laramie Treaty (1851)         p. 227
         Excerpt from Across the Plains to California in 1852  p. 229
         Excerpt from An Expedition to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake (1852) p. 233
         Constitution of the Committee of Vigilantes of San Francisco (1856)  p. 239
         Excerpt from the Vigilantes of Montana (1860)  p. 240
         American Party Platform (1856)  p. 242
         Speech of Little Crow on the Eve of the Great Sioux Uprising (1862) p. 243
         Excerpt from My Army Life (1856) p. 244
         Excerpt from Roughing It (1872 by Mark Twain)  p. 248
         Excerpt from Half a Century (1880) p. 255
         Excerpt from A Century of Dishonor (1881) p. 257
         Excerpt from Wovoka (1890)
         Women in the Farmers' Alliance (1891) p. 260

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