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walker joseph 11
kit carson 14
great basins 19
lost cannon 3
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john charles fremont 13
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drake california 12
fremont john charles 19
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Drake, Sir Francis
John Charles Fremont
An examination of Fremont's expeditionary routes and new discoveries of historic campsites.
John C. Fremont
This was the fate of John Charles Frémont, for he climbed the peaks of glory to endure the deserts of despair. Ferol Egan, Frémont: Explorer for a Restless ...
Joe Walker
Joe Walker's opinion. ... Frémont not only named the pass after Joseph Walker, but also the Walker River and Walker Lake. ...
Joe Walker
The actual Walker route will be revealed in A Way Across the Mountain: The 1833 Sierran Crossing of Joseph R. Walker by Scott Stine. ...
Joe Walker
Joe Walker's opinion. ... Frémont explored though central Nevada, and then, after a short rendezvous at Walker Lake, to guide them south to Walker Pass, ...
Charles Preuss
The most western portion of the 1848 map is shown below. The Frémont/Preuss maps of the period 1843 to 1848 were the basis for all western maps of the ...
Charles Preuss
"To be sure, I believe I should change my attitude and make myself more agreeable here in the distant prairie." Charles Preuss, his diary. August 11, 1842. ...
Artificial Horizon
Fremont's use of the artificial horizon. ... It is necessary to use an artificial horizon. In it's simplest form, this might be a puddle of water. ...
Drake Latitudes on the Coast of California in 1579
The quadrant was the first instrument developed for use in celestial navigation, dating back to the fifteenth century. It was a very simple devise ...
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