The Revenant Setting

Michael Punke
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The Grand River

The American Wilderness, otherwise referred to as the uncharted American frontier, is where a large majority of the story takes places covering various locations of the The Grand River. Captain Henry and his men are dispatched up the river by William H. Ashley. Starting at the Grand River, Captain Henry and his men ascended up as far as possible, leaving Glass behind at the river. They stop before reaching their initial destination of Fort Union, and instead detour and end up at the Fort on the Bighorn.

Glass follows a different path. After he is attacked by the Grizzly Bear, he goes down the river to Fort Brazeau, then to Fort Talbot, Fort Union, and finally, Fort on the Bighorn, where he meets up with the rest of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company.

Arikara Villages

Glass finds his way into the burnt remains of an Arikara...

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