Astoria is a history book published in 1836 by Washington Irving. The full title being "Astoria: Or, Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains". The book was commissioned by John Jacob Astor as an official history of his company's expedition to Oregon in 1810–1812. The book became a bestseller in 1836 and at the time was required reading in some schools.
For a synopsis of the accuracy of Irving's work, see the Edgeley W. Todd edition (1964).
- Washington Irving (1836). Astoria: Or, Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains.
- Peter Stark (2014). "Epilogue". Astoria: John Jacob Astor and Thomas Jefferson's Lost Pacific Empire: A Story of Wealth, Ambition, and Survival. Ecco. ISBN 978-0062218292.
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