English 334 & English 410, Northwest Travel Narratives: Home
Travel Narratives in the Rare Book Collection
John Hawkesworth, compiler. An Account of the Voyages undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for Making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere and successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Carteret, Captain Wallis and Captain Cook in the Dolphin, the Swallow, and the Endeavour, drawn up from the Journals which were kept by the several commanders, and from the Papers of Joseph Banks, esq. (1773)
James Cook, A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean: undertaken, by the command of His Majesty, for making discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere : to determine the position and extent of the west side of North America ; its distance from Asia ; and the practicability of a northern passage to Europe (1784)
Zimmermann's Captain Cook: An Account of the Third Voyage of Captain Cook around the World, 1776-1780 (1930 republication of 1781 edition)
The Journals of Captain James Cook on his Voyages of Discovery (1955-74 edition)
William Beresford, A Voyage Round the World, but more particularly to the North-West Coast of America, performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788, in the King George and Queen Charlotte, Captains Portlock and Dixon (1789)
Stephen Reynolds, The Voyage of the New Hazard to the Northwest Coast, Hawaii and China, 1810-1813 (1938)
Camille de Roquefeuil, A Voyage Round the World, between the Years 1816-1819 (1823)
George Vancouver, A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and Round the World (1798). Digitized by Google Books.
Charts and Engravings of George Vancouver's Expeditions, from A Voyage of Discovery (1798). Digitized by WWU's Center for Pacific Northwest Studies.
Edward Bell, A New Vancouver Journal on the Discovery of Puget Sound (1957), Northwest Collection, Wilson Library 4C
William Farrand Prosser, A History of the Puget Sound Country: its resources, its commerce and its people, with some reference to discoveries and explorations in North America from the time of Christopher Columbus down to that of George Vancouver in 1792 (1903)
Alexander Rattray, Vancouver Island and British Columbia: where they are, what they are, and what they may become: a sketch of their history, topography, climate, resources, capabilities, and advantages, especially as colonies for settlement (1862)