6 edition of claims to the Oregon territory considered. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Adam Thom, esq., recorder of Rupert"s Land.|
|LC Classifications||F880 .T46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 44 p.|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||10003094|
Lewis and Clark Expedition explored overland from St. Louis across the Rockies to the mouth of the Columbia River, , staking U.S. claims to territory along the way. John Jacob Astor’s Pacific Fur Company established posts at Astoria and elsewhere along the Columbia River, and initiated the American land-based fur trade in the area. The Oregon territory a geographical and physical account of that country and its inhabitants: with outlines of its history and discovery / by: Nicolay, C. G. Published: () The claims to the Oregon Territory considered by: Thom, Adam, Published: ().
Oregon was made a U.S. territory in which included present day Washington, and parts of Idaho. Oregon became the 33rd state on Febru . problem of joint occupancy of Oregon with England, he openly laid claim to the whole territory that extended as far north as latitude 54°40′ with the campaign slogan “Fifty-four forty or fight.” His election was close, but it was decisive—a popular plurality of ab votes and
James K. Polk () served as the 11th U.S. president from to During his tenure, America’s territory grew by more than one-third and extended across the continent for the first. The Russian colonization of the Americas covers the period from to , when the Russian Empire laid claim to northern Pacific Coast territories in the n colonial possessions in the Americas are collectively known as Russian America. Russian expansion eastward began in , and in Russian explorers reached the Pacific , .
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London: Smith, Elder, (OCoLC) The claims to the Oregon Territory considered. [Adam Thom] Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Thom, Adam, [Greenhow's 'Memoir'] that the claim of Great Britain to the Oregon territory is superior to theirs."--Page iv.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "To shew, from materials furnished by the Americans themselves, [Greenhow's 'Memoir'] that the claim of Great Britain to the Oregon territory is superior to theirs."--Page iv.
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CollectionPages: The claims to the Oregon Territory considered. [Adam Thom] from materials furnished by the American themselves, [Greenhow's 'Memoir'] that the claim of Great Britain to the Oregon Territory is superior to theirs."--Page iv.
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texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. The territory became a focus of those who believed that it was the United States’ obligation and right to extend its rule and liberties across the North American continent.
The Oregon Territory stretched from the Pacific coast to the Rocky Mountains, encompassing the area including present-day Oregon, Washington, and most of British Columbia.
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Much was at stake. If Congress created the Oregon Territory, the region would fall under the mantle of federal authority and funding. The residents of the region might expect, at last, action on the free land proposals and a host of benefits from the creation of a vital infrastructure to enhance security.
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Worldcat (OCLC) Cascadia's Digital Encyclopedia. Donation Land Claims (DLC) Under terms of an act, certain white settlers and Indians of mixed blood in Oregon Territory (then including Washington), and certain settlers arriving between Dec.
1, and Dec. 1,were entitled to land. The Territory of Oregon was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from Auguntil Februwhen the southwestern portion of the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of Oregon.
Originally claimed by several countries (see Oregon Country), Capital: Oregon City (–), Salem. The Oregon Territory [microform]: claims thereto of England and America considered, its condition and prospects by Simpson, Alexander, b.
The the personal and political lives of many white and black settlers are outlined in easy-to-read snippets, and tied together to provide the reader with an historical view of the land rush caused by the Donation Land Claims.
The book touches on the formation of the States of Oregon, Washington and California, and most particularly on early Cited by: 4.The Oregon Country had been claimed by various nations, including Spain, Russia, Great Britain and the U.S., but the U.S.
and Great Britain soon made a joint occupation agreement, inuntil it was superseded by the Oregon Treaty ofwhich established it .Oregon Territory summary: The Territory of Oregon existed from August until February That period ended when Oregon became an American State on Febru The Territory of Oregon encompassed the segments of present-day Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming and Montana as well as parts of British Columbia which is now a Canadian province.