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"Hunters and boatmen took the weather as it came, believing that men who never slept under a roof were in little danger of sickness."
Chapter 2, p. 12

"Hundreds of miles below the Colonel had run into trouble at the Ree villages. Eight hundred Injuns had caught him napping, had killed thirteen men, wounded a dozen others, got all his horses."
Chapter 3, p. 27

"It was Henry's plan- an idea adopted from Manuel Lisa- not to engage Indian trappers, but to hire white men and keep them on the job the year round."
Chapter 4, p. 29


"And so the Major decided that two men must remain behind and care for Glass until he died- or was able to travel. That meant, to everyone present, until he died. Nobody really expected him to recover."
Chapter 5, p. 44

"And suddenly, to his intense satisfaction, he also realized that exploration was the principal part of the fur...

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