U.S. Army Major Randolph Marcy was assigned to explore the Red River Vallye which divided the Indian Territory and the Republic of Texas in 1852. What follows is the original report and documentation of the expedition that Major Marcy presented to the War Department upon completion of his assignment. The book contains his detailed accounts, original maps, diagrams, and illustrations of the native plants and animals.
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