Introduction to Hunt's Journal

Preface

Wilson Price Hunt led the overland trip of the Astorians on the way to Oregon in 1811-12. This journal covers the trip from the Arikara villages on the Missourri to Astoria.

Bibliographical Information

Hunt's Journal was originally published in Nouvelles Annales des 
Voyages, Paris, 1821.  Some other editions are:

Author:        Stuart, Robert, 1785-1848.
Title:         The discovery of the Oregon trail; Robert Stuart's
               narratives of his overland trip eastward from
               Astoria in 1812-13. From the original manuscripts
               in the collection of William Robertson Coe, esq.,
               to which is added: An account of the Tonquin's
               voyage and of events at Fort Astoria <1811-12> and
               Wilson Price Hunt's diary of his overland trip
               westward to Astoria in 1811-12. Translated from
               Nouvelles annales des voyages, Paris, 1821; edited
               by Philip Ashton Rollins.
Published:     New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, 1935.


Author:        Stuart, Robert, 1785-1848.
Title:         The discovery of the Oregon trail; Robert Stuart's
               narratives of his overland trip eastward from
               Astoria in 1812-13. From the original manuscripts
               in the collection of William Robertson Coe, esq.,
               to which is added: An account of the Tonquin's
               voyage and of events at Fort Astoria <1811-12> and
               Wilson Price Hunt's diary of his overland trip
               westward to Astoria in 1811-12. Translated from
               Nouvelles annales des voyages, Paris, 1821; edited
               by Philip Ashton Rollins.
Published:     New York, Eberstadt & sons, <1935>


Title:         Overland diary of Wilson Price Hunt. Translated
               from the French and edited by Hoyt C. Franchere.
Published:      Oregon Book Society, 1973.

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