Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper: Edited from the Original… - pp. 84-103 Summary & Analysis

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pp. 84-103 Summary and Analysis

Yellow Stone Lake is large, about 100 miles in circumference. The men camp by the famous hot springs that bubble from beneath the surface. The earth seems hollow and the springs make a loud noise. The men are happy telling stories in the cool August evenings by the fireside. The men march over some mountains and arrive at the Secluded Valley, a favorite rest stop for the trappers and Indians. They meet some friendly Indians there and trade with them. At Gardner's Hole, the large party breaks up, with Mr. Bridger making camp there, and small parties going out to trap beaver. By September, Russell reaches a relatively northern point in his travels, the 25-Yard River. He traps there and meets some friendly Delaware Indians, and game is abundant. Large numbers of grizzly bears are seen in the area enjoying...

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