Title: Marie L'Aguivoise Dorion: Catholic Indian Heroine of the Oregon Country
Author: Catherine W. Ely
Description: No date (circa 1960's). Staple-bound in card covers. Light wear. 6 pp. 8.5 x 5.5 inches. One copy noted on OCLC (Autry Museum of the American West).
Biographical sketch of Marie L'Auivoise Dorion (ca. 1786-1850), the remarkable Indian woman of French Canadian-Sioux (Iowa tribe) descent, who accompanied Wilson P. Hunt's 1810/11 overland expedition to the mouth of the Columbia River. She also made an additional two, maybe three, journeys between the Missouri Territory and the Oregon Country, serving as guide. She died and was buried near Salem, Oregon. A contemporary of Sacajawea.
Binding: Staple bound soft cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Young Ladies Institute / Marie Dorion Institute
Place: Salem, Oregon
Year: No date (circa 1960's).
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