The Journals of Joseph N. Nicollet: a Scientist on the Mississippi Headwaters
  • Author : Joseph Nicolas Nicollet
  • Release Date : 30 January 1970
  • Publisher : St. Paul : Minnesota Historical Society
  • Genre : Minnesota
  • Pages : 288
  • ISBN 13 : MINN:319510000169873

The Journals of Joseph N. Nicollet: a Scientist on the Mississippi Headwaters Book Summary

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