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Manuel Lisa [Part II]
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TitleManuel Lisa [Part II]
AbstractPortrait and second in a series of two biographical articles about Manuel Lisa (1772-1820), "the great Spanish fur dealer on the Missouri." Description of his later career from 1812 to his death, exploring the Upper Missouri River as a director of the Missouri Fur Company based in Saint Louis, Missouri, and establishing forts including one of the first in the later state of Nebraska, working peacefully with many Indian tribes north of the Kansas Indians.
NotesPage 372: "The name of the Territory was changed from Louisiana to Missouri 4 June, 1812."
AuthorWalter B. Douglas
Date//1911
SourceMissouri Historical Society Collections
Location977.8 M679c
Volume3
Number4
Chapter TitlePart 2
Page367-406
Local SubjectLisa, Manuel
Explorers
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID113722
CONTENTdm number16421
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