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Fort Hall

This station, located near the Portneuf River, was built under the command of Mr. Wyeth when Russell started his work in the Oregon Territory Wilderness. It was later purchased by another company.

Yellowstone Lake, Lake Yellow Stone

This large body of water was a favorite spot for both trappers and Indians. It is about 100 miles in circumference, and it's surrounded by lovely valleys.

The Hot Springs, Geysers

Comprised of heated water and steam that erupts from the ground, many of these are found in the vicinity of large lakes.

Ephishemores

These are a kind of robe made from a buffalo skin.

Secluded Valley

This was a favorite resting spot for trappers. It is located along a river about 15 miles west of another major body of water.

Bear River

This body of water runs into the (Great) Salt Lake towards the south.

Winter Quarters

Generally every year...

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