Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper: Edited from the Original… - Part 2, pp. 44-63 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, pp. 44-63 Summary and Analysis

The men set out to Lewis' Fork, in June 1835. The men cross Lewis' Fork by making a boat of stretched buffalo skin over logs and cross successfully, except for a man who tries to ford the river on his horse and drowns. The men then follow a creek into the Teton Mountains. On June 28th, the men see 60 Indians in the morning who grab some of their horses and surround the trapper's camp, making circles around it. After two hours, the trappers sneak up on the Indians and kill some of them. The trappers find that they lose eight horses in the battle and some men are injured. The men cross the Teton Mountains, though one man is in a lot of pain from being shot in the leg. The party makes it to the Salt River...

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