Colonial American Travel Narratives - Secret History of the Line - April to November, 1728 Summary & Analysis

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Secret History of the Line - April to November, 1728 Summary and Analysis

Byrd leaves his wife and family again on September 17, moving toward the point agreed on to meet on the 20th with the North Carolina team. The leaders and men assemble along the way in much the same fashion as in the earlier expedition. As their expedition will take them beyond the settled area of the colonies, extra men are brought along to hunt for game to provide meat. They move along as before, with the surveyors moving ahead in the morning and the others breaking down, moving, and setting up camp further along. Depending on the weather and terrain, sometimes the surveyors measure only a few miles, sometimes as much as 12 miles in a day. An Indian man is hired as a guide and to...

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