Notes sur le Pays a l'Ouest des Etats Unies d' Amerique [The Navigator]

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The entire collection is scanned and online.

What’s in the entire collection?

The collection consists of a French translation of Zadok Cramer’s The Navigator (1806 edition). The work includes seven color hand-colored maps of the Mississippi River from where it meets the Ohio River south to New Orleans. There are also mileage charts and descriptions of the Monongahela, Allegheny, and Ohio Rivers. This edition is bound and includes all of the pages in the publication.

About Zadok Cramer

Zadok Cramer was a publisher, bookbinder, book seller, and library founder in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Starting in 1803, he sought to publish navigation information for western rivers. The result was The Navigator, a series of publications providing this information to travelers seeking to travel to the west and south by river.

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