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Jim Bridger, Mountain Man; a Biography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 4: Guide- Chapter 19, 20, and 21 Summary

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Part 4: Guide- Chapter 19, 20, and 21 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 19, "Sir George Gore" In late 1854, Jim Bridger meets Sir George Gore, a sportsman from Ireland. Bridger stays at Ft. Laramie with Sir George and his entourage. After the winter, the group sets out for the Yellowstone River. Sir George is too lazy to get up early but still assembles a huge collection of trophies from his hunting. Sir George reads Shakespeare plays to Jim, which is a new experience for Jim. In the spring of 1856, Jim leads Sir George to a big camp of the Crow Indians, including the squawmen, who are white men who marry squaws and live with the Indians. Next, the party floats down the Yellowstone to Fort Union. Sir George is angry when Major Culbertson of Ft. Union, refuses to buy his extra goods at a decent price. Instead, Sir George destroys the goods...

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