Edwin James Letter to Philip James
Scope and Contents
Collection contains a letter (dated May 15, 1838) from Independence, Missouri, to nephew Philip James in Burlington, Wisconsin, and undated handwritten note regarding Oregon Territory.
- May 15, 1838
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Biographical / Historical
Edwin P. James (27 August 1797 - 28 October 1861) was a 19th-century American botanist, geographer and geologist who explored the American West. He was a botanist and geologist with Major Stephen Harriman Long's expedition from the Mississippi to the Rocky Mountains (1820).
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase, Rosenstock, n.d.
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