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Exploration - British North America

John Palliser

Exploration - British North America

index and maps to Captain Palliser"s reports : showing the date of each journey, the route and the page in which it is described in the copies of the reports laid before Parliament on May the 19th May 183 : Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty.

by John Palliser

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Published by Printed by G. E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode, Printers to the Queen"s Most Excellent Majesty for H.M.S.O., 1865. in London .
Written in English

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  • Palliser, John, -- 1807-1887.

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    Fisher copy: Bound in upside down.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination3, [1] p., [5] fold. leaves of plates :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22732944M

    Traditionally, the age of exploration in America begins in with the first voyage of Christopher Columbus. Those expeditions began with a desire to find another way to the East, where the Europeans had created a lucrative trade route in spices and other goods.   Buy online, view images and see past prices for Exploration British North America PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE EXPLORATION BY CAPTAIN PALLISER Reprint Folding Maps Travel Discovery Correspondence. Invaluable is the world's .

    Labor was in demand in North America, and so free persons were also recruited in exchange for passage to the Americas. Many recruiters abused the system, however, including lying to recruits. Indentured servitude was a method of increasing the number of colonists, especially in the British . Sir Walter Raleigh () was a British explorer, poet, historian, and soldier. Raleigh led expeditions to both North America and South America; he was trying to found new settlements, find gold, and increase trade with the New World.

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Exploration, British North America: the Journals, Detailed Reports and Observations Relative to the Exploration by Captain Palliser of that Portion of British North America Which, in Latitude. About this Book Catalog Record Details.

Exploration--British North America: Further Palliser, John, View full catalog record. Exploration - British North America - the journals, detailed reports, and observations relative to the exploration, by Captain Palliser, of that portion Permanent link to this book Link to this page.

Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. Exploration--British Exploration - British North America book America: papers relative to the exploration by Captain Palliser of that portion of British North America which lies between the northern branch of the river Saskatchewan and the frontier of the United States; and between the Red River and Rocky Mountains.

Author: Palliser, John, Publication info. The third volume of North American Exploration, covering tocharts a dramatic shift in the purpose, priorities, and results of the exploration of North America.

As the nineteenth century opened, exploration was still fostered by the growth of empire, but by the s commercial interests came to drive most exploratory ventures.

At the same time, Cabeza de Vaca explored the North American Southwest, adding that region to Spain’s New World empire. A few years later (), Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. While English explorers, most notably Martin Frobisher, continued to look for the Northwest Passage, there was interest in colonizing North America.

InSir Walter Raleigh scouted possible sites for a colony farther to the south. The three volumes that will encompass North American Exploration appraise the full scope of the exploration of the North American continent and its oceanic margins from prior to the arrival of Columbus until the end of the nineteenth century.

More than an assessment of historical events, these volumes portray the process of exploration.5/5(1). PALLISER, John () ExplorationBritish North America. The Journals, Detailed Reports, and Observations relative to the Exploration, by Captain Palliser, of that portion of British North America, which, in latitude, lies between the British boundary line and the height of land or watershed of the northern or frozen ocean respectively, and in longitude, between the western shore of.

The exploration of North America by non-indigenous people was a continuing effort to map and explore the continent and advance the economics interests of said non-indigenous peoples of North America.

It spanned centuries, and consisted of efforts by numerous people and expeditions from various foreign countries to map the continent. Exploration, British North America: the Journals, Detailed Reports and Observations Relative to the Exploration by Captain Palliser of that Portion of British North America Which, in Latitude, Lies Between the British Boundary Line and the Height of Land Or Watershed of the Northern Or Frozen Ocean Respectively And, in Longtitude, Between the Western Shore of Lake Superior and the Pacific 1/5(1).

The literature of the exploration and discovery of North America is massive, and with the recent upsurge of interest in exploration and the subsequent reeditions of explorers' journals and the publication of other works stimulated by the Columbian Quincentennial, it promises to.

Inan explorer in Spanish service named Christopher Columbus changed the course of world history when he unexpectedly discovered two entirely new continents during an expedition to reach Asia by sailing West from Europe.

Over the following decades, Spanish and Portuguese discoveries in Central and South America astounded residents of the Old World. "Atlas has date and cover title: Index and maps to Captain Palliser's reports." -- Lowther, B.

J., & Laing, M. A bibliography of British Columbia: Laying the foundations, Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, p.

"Presented to both houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty, 19th May " -- Title page. Get this from a library. English explorers of North America. [Neil Grant; Gerald McCann] -- Traces the voyages of four English explorers who attempted to chart a new route to the Near East by sailing west.

Includes John Cabot, Martin Frobisher, Francis Drake, and Henry Hudson. During a hunting expedition in British North America inPalliser wrote Solitary Rambles and Adventures of a Hunter in the Prairies, first published in He travelled back to British North America as leader of the British North American Exploring Expedition, which travelled over the uncharted regions of the far west between and Born: 29 JanuaryDublin, Ireland, United Kingdom.

British Empire in North America. England funded an initial exploratory trip shortly after Christopher Columbus's first voyage. Departing England inJohn Cabot explored the North American continent.

He correctly supposed that the spherical shape of the earth made the North, where the longitudes are much shorter, a quicker route to the New. 1 Exploring America Answer Key The number in parentheses after an answer indicates the page number on which that answer is found in the text.

An AV before the page number indicates that the answer is found on that page in American Voices. When an answer is found in one of the twelve suggested literature titles, the name of the book is listed. Although John Cabot (ca. ) established an English claim to the North American continent as early asmore than half a century elapsed before Englishmen turned their attention to the new lands.

The most well-known early colony was founded by Sir Walter Raleigh (ca. ) on. Max Jones's top 10 books about exploration. Consulted by Columbus and the only travel book known to be in the possession of Leonardo da Author: Guardian Staff.

When we at Canada’s History decided to devote a good portion of the December January issue of the magazine to highlighting Canada’s greatest explorers, we realized we had set ourselves up for a daunting mission. The field of exploration is a vast one, filled with many great men and women.

It begins with the people we don't know.Exploration -- British North America: further papers relative to the exploration by the expedition under Captain Palliser of that portion of British North America which lies between the northern branch of the river Saskatchewan and the frontier of the United States and between the Red River and the Rocky Mountains, and thence to the Pacific Ocean.