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Captain Philip Pittman"s The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi

with a geographical description of the river.

by Philip Pittman

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Published by Memphis State University Press in Memphis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mississippi River Valley -- History -- To 1803.,
  • Mississippi River -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi.
    ContributionsMcDermott, John Francis, 1902-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF352 .P68 1976, F352 P68 1770
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxxxv, viii, 124 p., [8] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21920318M
    ISBN 100878700110

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Clark Company, First edition thus. Cloth. Good. 8vo. pp followed by fold-out maps and other. The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi: with a geographical description of that river illustrated by plans and draughts / Author Pittman, Philip, captain. Lieutenant Philip Pittman, author of The Present State of the Euro-pean Settlements on the Missisippi, one of the earliest and most impor-tant accounts of West Florida, was a member of the command of Lieutenant Colonel James Robertson, Fifteenth Regiment of Foot, which was ordered from New York on a reconnaissance of the French fortifica.

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Philip Pittman, editor. Vol. 45, No. 8, Winter, Published by: Minnesota Historical Society Press. Captain Philip Pittman's the Present State of the European Settlements along the Mississippi by John Francis McDermott, Philip Pittman.

Footnotes. 1 Frank H. Hodder, ed., The Present State of European Settlements on the Mississippi by Captain Philip Pittman (Cleveland, ), 2 A. Nasatir, Before Lewis and Clark (St. Louis, ), I, 3 Failing to establish a foothold in the Blackfoot country and its party attacked by the Arikara inthe Rocky Mountain Fur Company abandoned.

Captain Philip Pittman's The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi: With a geographical description of that river by Pittman, Philip avg rating • 5/5(2). Pittman left West Florida at the close ofdoubtless discomfited if not discredited by the out- come of Major Farmer's trial.

He next appears as Captain Pittman, the author of The Present State of the Eitropean Settlements on the Missisippi, pub- lished by J.

Nourse in London. Captain Philip Pittman's The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi by Pittman, Philip captain.; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Description and travel, History, French and Indian War; Places: Mississippi River, Mississippi River Valley, Kaskaskia (Ill), Cahokia (Ill), Fort Chartres, St.

Louis (MO), Mississippi River; People: Philip Pittman captain. 1) The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi with a geographical description of that river illustrated by plans and draughts.

An exact reprint of the original edition. London Captain Philip Pittman; edited, with introduction, notes, and index, by Frank Heywood Hodder, Cleveland.

Captain Philip Pittman's The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi by Pittman, Philip captain. 1 edition - first published in The Present State of the European Settlements on the Missisippi Sic ; With a Geographical Description of That River. by Captain Philip Pittman: : Pittman, Philip Captain: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa blanda.

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at nd: Philip Pittman. "A Plan of Cascaskies," c.originally published in The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi, by Captain Philip Pittman, This image is in the public domain.

Same map, but enlarged with a few explanations in it. Captain Philip Pittman's The present state of the European settlements on the Missis[s]ippi. [Memphis]: Memphis State University Press, © (OCoLC) The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi, with a geographical description of that river illustrated by plans and draughts, Author: Philip Pittman ; Frank Heywood Hodder.

The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi: A Facsimile Reproduction of the Edition Pittman, Captain Philip Published by University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, U.S.A.

Within the gorges of the bastions are, a powder magazine, a bakehouse, a prison, in the lower floor of which are four dungeons, and in the upper two rooms, and an out-house belonging to the commandant. The commandant's house is thirty-two yards long, and ten broad; it.

Captain Philip Pittman, THE PRESENT STATE OF THE EUROPEAN SETTLEMENTS ON THE MISSISSIPPI; WITH A GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION of that RIVER., London: J.

Nourse, Bookseller to His Majesty, Quarto, pp. viii, 8 folding maps and plans. PLan of Mobile, ; The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi, Captain Philip Pittman. Plan of New Orleans, ; The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi, Captain philip Pittman.

The Garconniere, Barbara Plantation, Louisiana Plantation-Homes, Overdyke, page Inhe traveled the Mississippi River to New Orleans with Major Arthur Loftus. The map was first printed as an engraved plate in Pittman's "The Present State Of The European Settlements On The Mississippi; with A Geographical Description of that River Illustrated by Plans and Draughts" (J.

Nourse, London ). Hodder, Frank Heywood, in Pittman, Captain Philip. The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi, p. The census numbers for Randolph County do not list people by individual towns.

The and censuses have Kaskaskia Precinct, but this is not the same as the town itself. The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi. By Captain Philip Pittman, with introduction, notes and index by Frank Heywood Hodder.

(Cleveland: A. Clark Company. ), Personal Narrative of Travels in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky; and of a Residence in the Illinois Territory: Captain Philip Pittman's The Present State of European Settlements on the Mississippi with a Geographical Description of that River.

Pittman, Philip Montg H2c. Pittman, Philip (fl. ) Book. Title: The Present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi [1st ed.] First book in English concerning the Illinois region.

By Captain Philip Pittman. GLC Date: "A Plan of Cascaskies," from Captain Philip Pittman, The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi (London, ). The Newberry Library. The little town at Kaskaskia was the most southerly among the settlements in the Illinois Country.

Pittman was a lieutenant or captain in the British Army. He was an engineer and cartographer, and was stationed at Fort de Chartres in the later part of the s.

He was later stationed in the Illinois Territories. InPittman published The Present State of the European Settlements Missisippi [sic]: With geographical description of the river. He mapped the region thoroughly for his government as Ross had done, to Fort Chartres., From: The present state of the European settlements on the Mississippi: with a geographical description of that river illustrated by plans and draughts / by Captain Philip Pittman.

–»French Dominion. ; First European settlement in Mississippi established. Map of France's colonies. Fort Maurepas was built in present day Ocean Springs by Frenchmen Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville. The French in the Mississippi Valley (Urbana, ) McDermott, John Francis, ed., Old Cohokia: A Narrative and Documents Illustrating the First Century of its History (St.

Louis, ) McDermott, John Francis, ed., Captain Philip Pittman's The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi (Memphis, ). At St. Philip the "captain of the militia" had about twenty slaves; and at Ste.

Genevieve, Mons. Valet is said to have owned one hundred negroes. In this connection see H. Schoolcraft, A View of the Lead Mines of Missouri, pp. I4, I5; Captain Philip Pittman, Present State of the European Settlements (ed.

i), p. 93; E. Mason. Start studying Mississippi Studies Chapter 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

who established the first European settlement in the present day site of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Who was the first governor of the state of Mississippi. David Holmes. Mississippi History Now. Welcome to Mississippi History Now, the award-winning electronic publication that offers a wide variety of essays on the history of Mississippi, covering the periods from prehistory through the 20th ed inMississippi History Now has appeal for the history lover, the student, and for the general reader with a lively curiosity.

Fort Kaskaskia and Fort de Chartres I were two in a series of forts built by the French along the Mississippi River in the first half of the 18th century. The sites of these forts are now Illinois State property, the first being a State Park. In order to assess the archaeological resources inside the known boundaries of Kaskaskia and to locate the boundaries of de Cited by: 8.

Riley County Genealogical Society helps family researchers find information about ancestors either online or in person. We hold educational meetings and genealogy classes. The Louisiana Colony included the Natchez district and the area along the Mississippi Gulf Coast in present-day Mississippi.

France was the first European country to settle this area of North America (). The American land was much .The Present State of the European Settlements on the Mississippi. Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, Hardcover in original cloth no dj, spine faded, minor repairs to top and bottom of spine and rear board, interior and maps very good.

Gilt on top edge. One of a numbered edition of Reprint of the very rare first hand account of.Whatever the reason for the move, the new location was entirely unsuited for farming; indeed, as Captain Philip Pittman lamented in"on account of the sandiness of the soil, and the lowness of the situation, which makes it subject to be overflowed, [the Post inhabitants] do not raise their necessary provisions (26).".