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1. An American Saga: The Walker-Bonneville Episode An American Saga: The Walker-Bonneville Episode March 1965 Photos, illustrations, and biographical article about Captain Benjamin Louise Eulalie de Bonneville, or Benjamin Bonneville (1796-1878) and his accompaniment by mountain man and "first sheriff of Jackson...

2. Map of the State of Missouri and Territory of Arkansas, Compiled from the Latest Authorities Map of the State of Missouri and Territory of Arkansas, Compiled from the Latest Authorities 1826 Map of Missouri, and Arkansas Territory, showing rivers, elevated and swamp areas, towns, and counties. Indian territories and Indian settlements, especially those of the Osage Indians, are indicated....

3. Map of the State of Missouri and Territory of Arkansas, Compiled from the Latest Authorities Map of the State of Missouri and Territory of Arkansas, Compiled from the Latest Authorities 1831 Map of Missouri, and Arkansas territory showing rivers, towns, counties, and a few roads. Tribal territories in Missouri are indicated for the Kickapoos, Delawares, and Shawnees. Some Osage Indian settlements...

4. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Photo and bio of Captain John Cowdon, "the originator and projector of the 'Barataria Ship Canal' of Louisiana," born in 1824 in Arkansas Territory, becoming "a river steamboat clerk" in 1844 until moving...

5. Travelers and Travel's ''Significant 'Others''': Three Visitors to the Arkansas Territory in 1818-1819 Travelers and Travel's ''Significant 'Others''': Three Visitors to the Arkansas Territory in 1818-1819 October 1, 2005 Article details the trip made by three different men, Thomas Nuttall, Henry Schoolcraft, and Timothy Flint, into Arkansas Territory during 1818-1819. At that time the territory encompassed an area which...

6. United States United States 1822 Map of the United States showing Arkansas Territory, Missouri Territory (stretching to the west coast), and a large area comprising the southwest, including present-day northern Mexico. Names of many Indian...