Robert Gray (May 10, 1755 – circa July, 1806) was an American merchant sea
captain who is known for his achievements in connection with two trading ...
Compiled by Stephenie Flora. Captain Robert Gray, a Yankee trader, was born in
Rhode Island in 1755. In his early twenties he served in the navy during the ...
In 1787 Captain Gray and Captain John Kendrick were sent out by their backers
from Boston with a cargo of buttons, beads, blue cloth, and other items. Arriving ...
Jan 13, 2003 ... Captain Robert Gray becomes the first non-Indian navigator to enter the
Columbia River, which he later names, on May 11, 1792.
The Columbia River was given the name it bears today in May 1792, by
American Captain Robert Gray, after his ship, the Columbia Rediviva. On May 11,
About Captain Robert Gray. Captain Robert Gray's discovery of the Columbia
River on May 11, 1792, proved to be highly significant to the new born United ...
Captain Robert Gray, 1755-1806 was a sea captain and explorer. This Tiverton
native commanded the Columbia from 1789-1793, a vessel on which he became
Dec 2, 2008 ... A Boston fur trader and captain of the Columbia Rediviva (the name means “
Columbia Triumphant”), Robert Gray made two trips to the ...
The story of Captain Gray reads like a classic Victorian mystery from the pen of
Wilkie Collins. ... John Gray's story begins on the island of Unst in the Shetlands.
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