Objects & Places from Crow Killer; the Saga of Liver-Eating Johnson

Raymond W. Thorp
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St. Louis, Missouri - This place was where the subject of the book joined the Union Army in later years.

St. Joseph, Missouri - As a strapping twenty-year-old, the subject of the book began a trapping career in this place.

Little Snake Valley - This place was the location of the cabin owned by the subject of the book's first trapping partner.

Musselshell, Montana - When trappings were scarce, the subject of the book operated a side-line in this place cutting cords of wood and selling them to steamboat operators.

Bitter Root Mountains - The Flathead tribe was located in this place.

Continental Divide - In 1861, the subject of the book helped set up a winter trapping camp east of this location.

Fort Laramie - The subject of the book sold and traded a large amount of fur bounty at this location.

Fort Kearny - This...

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