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Text:"...■CD LIST OF MAPS AND OTHER PLATES. VOLUME I. Portrait of Zebulon M. Pike, . . . Frontispiece Facsimile Letter of Zebulon M. Pike, . Facing Page Ix VOLUME IIL Falls of St. Anthony. Map..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1807
Place:Mississippi, USA
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Text:"...LIST OF MAPS AND OTHER PLATES. VOLUME I. Portrait of Zebulon M. Pike, . . . Frontispiece Facsimile Letter of Zebulon M. Pike, . Facing Page Ix VOLUME in. Falls of St. Anthony. Map of the Mississippi..."
Date:1895
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...[Reprinted from THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, Vol. XIII., No. 4, July, 1908.] DOCUMENTS Papers of Zebulon M. Pike, 1806-1807. THE accompanying papers are some of those taken in 1807 from Lieutenant..."
Date:Between 1806 and 1908
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...LIST OF MAPS AND OTHER PLATES. VOLUME I. Portrait of Zebulon M. Pike, Facsimile Letter of Zebulon M. Pike, Frontispiece Facing Page Ix VOLUME IIL Falls of St. Anthony. Map of the Mississippi River..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1806
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., while memory holds her are permitte«l,to «trot tbeidtowlng passage hav-inff reference idtheminir of tKt late gallant and lamented Gen. ZebulonPike ! 1 had Seen Misinforned ia regard to Mrs. Pike belil..."
Date:Sep 16 1843
Publication:Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
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Text:".... Mr. Pike. Zebulon Montgomery Pike lost his life m the war of 1812 when a powder magazine exploded after he had successfully commanded the assault on York, now Toronto, Canada. SS YEARS AGO..."
Date:June 23 2006
Publication:Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States of America
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Text:"...164 EXPLORERS AND TRAVELLERS named, to a young and promising officer of the regular army, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, then a first lieutenant and paymaster in the First regiment of Infantry. Pike..."
Date:1893
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE. CHAPTER I. His Birth and early Education. - Obtains a Commission in the Army. - His Promotion. Appointed to command an Expedition up the Mississippi. - Departs from St. Louis..."
Publication date:1834
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE 193 work was awaiting a white flag when the main magazine was exploded. Pike, who had a minute before assisted in making a wounded soldier comfortable, was fatally injured..."
Date:1893
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...CHAPTER XIII ZEBULON M. PIKE SIDE by side in fact - ^though by no means in popular estimation - ^with the heroic explorers, Lewis and Clark, stands Zebulon M. Pike, the young soldier, who first..."
Publication date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...164 EXPLORERS AND TRAVELLERS named, to a young and promising officer of the regular army, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, then a first lieutenant and paymaster in the First regiment of Infantry. Pike..."
Date:1894
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...164 EXPLORERS AND TRAVELLERS named, to a young and promising officer of the regular army, Zebulon Montgomery Pike, then a first lieutenant and paymaster in the First regiment of Infantry. Pike..."
Publication date:Between 1892 and 1893
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and noble and beautiful, and terrible and forbidding, in Nature. ZebulonPike could not have had a more befitting namesake...."
Date:Between 1734 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE. CHAPTER I. His Birth and early Education. - Obtains a Commission in the Army. - His Promotion. Appointed to command an Expedition up the Mississippi. - Departs from St. Louis..."
Publication date:Between 1834 and 1848
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of the Prairies Alexander Mackenzie Samuel Parker Lewis and Clark Thomas J. Farnham Zebulon M. Pike Fremont One of the most stirrmg and inspiring chi^ters in the history of our country is made up of the picturesque..."
Publication date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:".... It was altogether to be expected that the man who later sent Lewis and Clark to the Pacific and ZebulonPike to the wilds of Colorado should lend a ready ear to the patriotic young Kentuckian, and his plan..."
Date:Between 1734 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... Mackenzie- III 121 VIII. Lewis and Clark- I 138 IX. Lewis and Clark-- II 154 X. Lewis and Clark- III 169 XI. Lewis and Clark- IV 179 XII. Lewis and Clark- V 190 XIII. Zebulon M. Pike- I 207 XIV. Zebulon M..."
Publication date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE 193 work was awaiting a white flag when the main magazine was exploded. Pike, who had a minute before assisted in making a wounded soldier comfortable, was fatally injured..."
Date:1894
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of these troops had been irregularly paid. Writing in September, 1796, General Wayne informed Gaptain ZebulonPike that no payroll for the garrison at Fort Massac had been received that year. Wayne to Pike, 2..."
Publication date:1955
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...ZEBULON MONTGOMERY PIKE This gallant officer, whose fate so closely resembles that of the chivalric, ardent, and romantic Montgomery, was bred in a camp, lived a soldiers life, and died a soldiers..."
Date:1849