Rocky Mountain Fur Company
This company was the first fur company for which Jim Bridger worked.
American Fur Company
This company merged with the first fur company for which Jim Bridger worked.
Hudson Bay Company
This was a British company.
Missouri Fur Company
Blackfeet Indians cut up a band of trappers that belonged to his company on Pryor's Fork of the Yellowstone.
The Rendezvous, Yearly Rendezvous
This event took place in the summer around the beginning of July.
This was the main route for emigrant wagon trains from the east.
This place was a large valley in the Utah Territory, centered around the Great Salt Lake.
This place was built on the Black Fork of the Green River.
In 1835, this place was bought.
This was a white man who married an Indian woman and moved in with the...
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