By Russell M. Lawson
Here, historian Russell Lawson tells the tale of this multinational day trip, utilizing Berlandier’s copious documents as a fashion of conveying his view of the typical setting. Lawson’s narrative permits us to see over Berlandier’s shoulder as he traveled and recorded his reports. Berlandier and Lawson exhibit us an the United States that now not exists.
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Russell M. Lawson, professor of heritage at Bacone university, is the writer of a number of different books on exploration, so much lately The Land among the Rivers: Thomas Nuttall’s Ascent of the Arkansas, 1819. He lives in damaged Arrow, Oklahoma.
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Frontier Naturalist: Jean Louis Berlandier and the Exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas by Russell M. Lawson