This is the author, who at age 20, joined an expedition to the Oregon Territory, learning quickly to hunt animals including buffalo, beavers, and mountain sheep.
This person was a partner in the Rocky Mountain Fur Company. This individual was continually leading brigades of trappers in hostile Indian territory.
This person was the head of the Columbia River Fishing and Trading Company that supervised the building of Fort Hall before selling it.
Lucien Fontanelle, Fontanell, LB Fontanelle
This person was one of the leaders of the American Fur Company that was very stingy in replacing the author's lost clothing and other possessions after they were robbed.
This person was an English trapper who was with the author on a trapping journey when they were robbed by the Indians.
This person brought up the rear in the initial expedition to...
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