Definition of John c. fremont
1. Noun. United States explorer who mapped much of the American west and Northwest (1813-1890).
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Literary usage of John c. fremont
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1. Poems of American History by Burton Egbert Stevenson (1908)
"TO john c. fremont [August 31, 1861] THY error, Fre'mont, simply was to act A brave man's part, without the statesman's tact, And, taking counsel but of ..."
2. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Martha Joanna Lamb, Henry Phelps Johnston, Nathan Gilbert Pond, William Abbatt (1884)
"john c. fremont. It was a torment to the Republicans, and in no sense a delight to the ... The Republicans chose john c. fremont as their first candidate. ..."
3. The Beginnings of San Francisco: From the Expedition of Anza, 1774, to the by Zoeth Skinner Eldredge (1912)
"... NOTE 31 john c. fremont No history of California would be complete without some account of john c. fremont, the man who Senator Nesmith of Oregon said ..."
4. History of Arizona by Thomas Edwin Farish (1915)
"Soon thereafter Weller was superseded by john c. fremont who, having been elected Senator from California, during that year resigned from the position of ..."
5. Kit Carson's Life and Adventures: From Facts Narrated by Himself : Embracing by De Witt Clinton Peters (1873)
"Bent and St. Vrain—The Commencement of his Acquaintance with john c. fremont on a Steamboat—Ts employed as a Guide by the Great Explorer—The Journey—Arrival ..."