First explorations of Kentucky : Doctor Thomas Walker's journal of an exploration of Kentucky in 1750, being the first record of a white man's visit to the interior of that territory, now first published entire, with notes and biographical sketch; also Colonel Christopher Gist's journal of a tour through Ohio and Kentucky in 1751, with notes and sketch / by J. Stoddard Johnston.
- Johnston, J. Stoddard, (Josiah Stoddard), 1833-1913..
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