Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper: Edited from the Original… - pp. 144- 163 Summary & Analysis

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pp. 144- 163 Summary and Analysis

A trapper who is an Iroquois Indian strips naked and leads the other trappers in battle. The Blackfeet attack, but the Iroquois organize the trappers to outflank and defeat them, and the Blackfeet flee. Russell and the men with him pass a Blackfeet village and plan to destroy it. A party comes out and makes peace and asks to trade. The white men trade instead. Later they meet a party of ten men whose horses have been killed or hurt by Blackfeet.

The men continue hunting and trapping. In late June 1838, the men are by Grey's River and set traps. Later, when they go into the mountains, Russell's horse falls off a precipice and is killed. There are often thunder storms, and sometimes there are thunder storms without rain. The party leaves a valley and climb up into the...

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