John Lawson

John Lawson
Portrait of a man reputed to be John Lawson holding a book entitled "John Lawson." John Lawson was a British explorer of Carolina, surveyor, naturalist, and author of A new voyage to Carolina. He helped to establish the settlements of Bath and New Bern. During a trip up the Neuse River, Lawson was captured and killed by the Tuscarora Indians. Date approximated.
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Charles Racine Aug 30 2013

Is there a searchable text of John Lawson' voyage to carolina?

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