Jim Bridger, Old Gabe, Big Throat - This person served as an adviser and guide to many and had a strong love of the land and wilderness.
Thomas Fitzpatrick, Tom, White Head - This individual was nearly killed going off alone to look a supply wagon train.
Brigham Young, Leader of the Mormons - This person was jealous of a good relationship with the Indians and accused others of inciting attacks.
Joe Meek - This person was saved when captured by the Crow Indians.
Milton Sublette - This individual became a partner in a fur trapping company in 1834.
Major Andrew Henry - This person led the first trapping expedition that we read about in the book up the Missouri River.
Col. William Ashley - This person established the Rocky Mountain Fur Company.
Hugh Glass - This individual was attacked by a bear and then abandoned.
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