Diary of a trip from San Francisco to Vancouver, and return to California. Much of the diary is almost illegible, but what can be deciphered indicates that Kearney had a low opinion of Oregon and Oregonians.
Kearney came to Ft. Vancouver by sea to march the mounted Riflemen from Oregon to California.
The original diary is privately owned.
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[Identification of item], Philip Kearny diary, A 065, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.