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.
This person was saved when captured by the Crow Indians.
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.
This individual was attacked by a bear and then abandoned.
Captain William Sublette
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