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Warre and Vavasour^ 1845-6. 99 No. 8. Survey of Tongue Point on the Columbia River, showing its command over the ship channel. APPENDIX. One result of this expedition was a book entitled : "Sketches in North America and the Oregon Territory." By Captain H. Warre. (A. D. C. to the Commander of the Forces). Lithographed, printed and published by Dickinson and Co., New Bond street. [London, Eng.], and dedicated to "The Governor, Deputy Governor and Committee of the Honorable the Hudson's Bay Company." The book contains, aside from the preface, the following sketches lithographed: 1. Fort Garry. 2. Falls of the Kamanistaquoia River. 3. Buffalo hunting on the W. Prairies and forcing a pas- sage through the burning prairie. (Two on same page). 4. Distant view of the Rocky Mountains. 5. The Rocky Mountains. 6. Source of the Columbia River. 7. Fort Vancouver and Indian tombs. (Two on same page). 8. Mount Baker and Cape Disappointment. 9. Valley of the Willamette River. 10. The American Village (Oregon City). 11. Fort George (formerly Astoria), and McGillivray's or Kootenai River. 12. Les Dalles, Columbia River. 13. Mt. Hood from The Dalles. 14. Mt. Hood. 15. Falls of the Peloos [Palouse] River. 16. The Rocky Mountains from the Columbia River, look-

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