journals and letters of Major John Owen, pioneer of the Northwest, 1850-1871 embracing his purchase of St. Mary"s mission; the building of Fort Owen; his travels; his relation with the Indians; his work for the government; and his activities as a western empire builder for twenty years. by Owen, John

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  • Northwestern States,
  • Northwestern States.

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  • Owen, John, 1818-1889.,
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Northwestern States.,
  • Northwestern States -- Description and travel.

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StatementTranscribed and edited from the original manuscripts in the Montana Historical Society and the collection of W.R. Coe, by Seymour Dunbar; and with notes to Owen"s texts by Paul C. Phillips.
ContributionsDunbar, Seymour, 1867-1947., Phillips, Paul C. 1883-1956.
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LC ClassificationsF597 .O96
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Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6707849M
LC Control Number27023804
OCLC/WorldCa2501344

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Publisher: New York, E. Eberstadt, Year. A native of Pennsylvania, born inJohn Owen first came to what is now Montana as a sutler for Colonel Loring's Oregon-bound column.

Inhe purchased the site of St. Mary's Mission from Jesuit missionaries, and there built his trading post, Fort Owen. Letters of Encouragement; General Resources.

William Clayton served as historian and secretary for the pioneers, keeping a detailed journal of the wagon train's journey.

He is most know for coming up with the idea of the odometer which helped the pioneers measure the distance traveled.

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Here are all the entries by Major John Owen in his 17 journals I will add other entries from Thomas Harris, Lt. John Mullan, etc.

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Title: The Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pioneer of the Northwest Embracing his Purchase of St. Mary's Mission; The Building of Fort Owen; His Travels; His Relation with the Indians; His Work for the Government; and his Activities as a Western Empire Builder for Twenty Years.

The firm was also a publisher, however, and published a series of important works among which was The Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pioneer of the Northwest which Seymour Dunbar edited and transcribed from the original manuscripts in the archives of the Montana Historical Society and the collection of William Robertson Coe.

John Owen, passing through the Spokane Valley in late April,was visiting with Antoine Plante when Spokane Garry (ca. ) arrived and reported that rumors were afloat of troops moving north from the Snake River.

Within two weeks, news of the battle near the site of present-day Rosalia reached the ferry landing. A two-volume set, limited edition of copies, “The Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pioneer of the Northwest ” PublishedNew York, Edward Eberstadt.

Transcribed and edited by Seymour Dunbar, with notes to text by Paul C. The Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pioneer of the Northwest,2 vols.

(New York: Edward Eberstadt, ), 6. The word "barrack" suggests military occupancy, but there were never any soldiers billeted at Fort Owen. OWEN, JOHN, Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pioneer of the Northwest New York, Edward Eberstadt, PIKE, JAMES, Scout and Ranger, Being the Personal Adventures of James Pike of the Texas Rangers in ' Princeton, Princeton University Press, Major John Owen, an early trader in the Bitterroot Valley wrote the following comment as a sub-agent for Indian affairs of the Washington Territory on J We already feel the benefit of the Road from Walla Walla to Fort Benton which Lieut.

Mullan is pressing toward completion with an iron Will. American pioneers to the Northwest Territory included soldiers of the Revolution and members of the Ohio Company of these pioneers to the Ohio Country established Marietta, Ohio, as the first permanent American settlement of the new United States in the Northwest Territory, and opened the westward expansion of the new country.

General George Washington commented. Owen, John. The Journals and Letters of Major John Owen, Pio- neer of the Northwest,Embracing His Purchase of St. Mary's Mission; the Building of Fort Owen; His Travels; His Relation with the Indians; His Work for the Government; 93 and His Activities as a.

This work is a valuable supplement to the Journals and Letters of Major John Owen,edited by Seymour Dunbar and Paul C. Phillips and published in two volumes in Based on a page account book, found by the editor in the barn loft of the old Washington J. McCormick residence. Phillips, Paul C.

(Paul Chrisler), The journals and letters of Major John Owen, pioneer of the Northwest,(New York, E. Eberstadt, ), also by John Owen and Seymour Dunbar (page images at HathiTrust) Phillips, Paul C. (Paul Chrisler), Medicine in. Pioneer Bitterroot trader, Major John Owen also knew Mullan during his survey exploration days and wrote the following in his journal in Major John, The Journal and Letters of Major John Owenp.

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him a child. This is mentioned in a letter of February 6,by Duncan Mc-Donald (files of the Montana State Historical Library), and in a footnote in the Journals and Letters of Major John Owen: Pioneer of the Northwest,ed. Seymour Dunbar and Paul C. Phillips, 2 vols. (New York, ), II, Owen was ultimately defeated, dragged from his horse, and made prisoner by one Captain Taylor, who was voted by the commons l.

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