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journey of Moncacht-Apé

Andrew McFarland Davis

journey of Moncacht-Apé

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Published by Ye Galleon Press in Fairfield, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Moncacht-Apé, Yazoo Indian,
  • Louisiana -- History -- To 1803

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Andrew McFarland Davis.
    ContributionsLe Page du Pratz, d. 1775.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55 p. :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13527966M
    OCLC/WorldCa222827


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The Journey of Moncacht-Apé: An Indian of the Yazoo Tribe, Across the Continent, About the Year (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 3, by Andrew McFarland Davis (Author)Author: Andrew McFarland Davis. The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year Paperback – May 5, by Andrew McFarland Davis (Author) See all 17 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Andrew McFarland Davis.

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Be the first. Similar Items. Related Subjects: (3) Moncacht-Apé, -- Yazoo chief. Louisiana -- History -- To Louisiana. Confirm this request. You may have already requested this item. Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Starting from Mississippi Moncacht-Apé travelled as far as southeast Alaska.

Maps based on his journey paved the way for the later Corps of Discovery. This book tells the world of the Yazoo Mingo's : Author Solutions Inc. This banner text can have markup. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection The journey of Moncacht-Apé: an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year Pages: The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year [microform] by Davis, Andrew McFarland, ; LePage du Pratz, Antoine Simon, d.

Pages:   This book, Yazoo Mingo, is based upon Moncacht-Apé’s historic journeys. The book also explores the folkways, spirituality, and destinies of the nations the Yazoo Mingo visited along the way. In order to bring the Moncacht-Apé saga to life, some characters and events are constructed in the First Nation storytelling : Full text of "The journey of Moncacht-Apé: an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year " Skip to main content This banner text can have markup.

Get this from a library. The journey of Moncacht-Apé: an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year [Andrew McFarland Davis; Le Page du Pratz; American Antiquarian Society.].

The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year [With selections from "Histoire de la Louisiane, par Le Page du Pratz."]. Author. The journey of Moncacht-Apé, an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year Author: Andrew McFarland Davis ; Antoine Simon LePage du Pratz.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition from Aug to Septemalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first expedition to cross the western portion of the United the s, the federal government memorialized the winter assembly encampment, Camp Dubois, as the start of the Lewis and Clark voyage of discovery and in it recognized Pittsburgh.

Buy andrew mcfarland davis Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includingJackson's LL. D, The Journey of Moncacht-Apé and more from andrew mcfarland davis. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The explorer was a Yazoo Indian named Moncacht-apé, and the narrative of his journey comes to us from a French historian of colonial Louisiana, Antoine-Simon Le Page du Pratz.

Le Page lived in Louisiana from tothe first eight of those years at Natchez, Mississippi, where he lived with a Chitimacha woman, learned the Natchez language, and befriended local native leaders.

Dumont's book relates one of the two earliest accounts of Moncacht-Apé's journey across North America; the other is in Le Page du Pratz's Histoire de la Louisiane. [10] After publishing his book, Dumont obtained another commission as a lieutenant in the colonial Company of the Indies, and he sailed in with his wife for Mauritius and then Known for: Writing about history and his experiences.

The route of Lewis and Clark's expedition took them up the Missouri River to its headwaters, then on to the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River, and it may have been influenced by the purported transcontinental journey of Moncacht-Apé by the same route about a century before.

Jefferson had a copy of Le Page's book in his library detailing. Books > Antiquarian & Collectible. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or Rating: % positive.

Du Pratz also described the journey, as recounted to him, of the Indian Moncacht-Apé, who presumably traveled to the Pacific Ocean via the Mississippi, Missouri, and Columbia rivers.

After moving a great distance along the Missouri River, he headed northward on land until he reached the Beautiful River, which runs westward in a direction contrary to that of the Missouri.

Also, if Moncacht-apé was an ancient aboriginal when the Frenchman interviewed him, it is not possible, as Bancroft asserts, that the transcontinental journey was made between and Du Pratz probably met him between andand by —at least according to the best evidence—du Pratz had returned to : Tom Doherty Associates.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition, and may have been influenced by the purported transcontinental journey of Moncacht-Apé by the same route about a century before. Jefferson had a copy of Le Page's book detailing Moncacht-Apé's itinerary in his library, and Lewis carried a.

Davis, Andrew McFarland, The journey of Moncacht-Apé; an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year (Worcester, Mass., Printed by Charles Hamilton, ), also by Le Page du Pratz and American Antiquarian Society (page images at HathiTrust).

The journey of Moncacht-Apé; an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year (Worcester, Mass., Printed by Charles Hamilton, ), by Andrew McFarland Davis, Le Page du Pratz, and American Antiquarian Society (page images at HathiTrust).

All sources of information on Moncacht-Apé and his travels ultimately derive from La Page du Pratz. The story Le Page told in his book and another story told by his acquaintance Dumont de Montigny (which Dumont attributes to Le Page) are the only accounts written by.

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Compelled by curiosity and the desire to know where his tribe had originally emigrated from, Moncacht-Apé journeyed up the Missouri River until he.

American Antiquarian Society: The journey of Moncacht-Apé; an Indian of the Yazoo tribe, across the continent, about the year (Worcester, Mass., Printed by Charles Hamilton, ), also by Andrew McFarland Davis and Le Page du Pratz (page images at HathiTrust).

Narratives of North American Exploration R IC H A R D M. K O LBET [Editor’s note—Among the volumes in the rare book collection of The University of Iowa Libraries are a number of first and early editions of ).5 In effect, the journey of Moncacht-Apé, as reported by Du­ Author: Richard M.

Kolbet. The Calamity Papers: Western Myths and Cold Cases (Book Review) Reviewed by Alexander Cook Walker first delivers a fine account of one Moncacht-Apé, a Yazoo Indian man who may have made an overland journey from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean more than 60 years before Meriwether Lewis and William : Historynet Staff.

Lewis and Clark Expedition explained. The Lewis and Clark Expedition from May to Septemberalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first American expedition to cross the western portion of the United began in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made its way westward, and passed through the Continental Divide of the Americas to reach the Pacific coast.

The Lewis and Clark Expedition from May to Septemberalso known as the Corps of Discovery Expedition, was the first American expedition to cross the western portion of the United States.

It began in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made its way westward, and passed through the Continental Divide of the Americas to reach the Pacific coast. The. "A Native American Scoops Lewis and Clark: The Voyage of Moncacht-apé." Common-place (June ) "Plotting the Natchez Massacre: Le Page du Pratz, Dumont de Montigny, Chateaubriand" Early American Literature ()discusses the Natchez uprising recounted in the fifth excerpt below.

If you would like copies of either of these. Lewis and Clark Expedition. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. “A Native American Scoops Lewis and Clark: The Voyage of Moncacht-apé.” Common-place (June ) “Plotting the Natchez Massacre: Le Page du Pratz, Dumont de Montigny, Chateaubriand” Early American Literature ()discusses the Natchez uprising recounted in.

Supposedly close to the ocean, Moncacht-Apé learned that white men regularly skirmished with the natives, and he even took part in one such incident. Again, at the time no one could tell fact from this fiction, and the book reinforced the idea that such a river did exist, flowing to the west.

A stranded sailor walked from Mexico to Virginia in the early ’s over the course of several years (long captivity by a tribe). French explorer Antoine LaRoque made it as far West as Northern Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains around British fu.

—El Paso Times on The Calamity Papers “We're living in the golden age of historians, and Dale L. Walker is the brightest nugget in the field. Brilliantly entertaining and rock-solid informative, The Calamity Papers demonstrates that history is always in flux, with surprises around every corner.”.

The romanticizing of the West as the final and culminating home of the American Dream, of free land, of individual liberty, of adventure, action, drama, color, left us a great deal of charming literature, from the journey of Moncacht-Apé to Hopalong Cassidy; and some delightful pictures, and some colorful notions about the Red Man, and these.

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Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery is a documentary film about the Lewis and Clark Expedition directed and co-produced by Ken Burns. The film, produced by Burns' Florentine Films for Washington, DC PBS station WETA-TV. More information about Fort Clatsop is available in the following books and web sites.

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