FRENCH FUR TRADERS & VOYAGEURS IN THE AMERICAN WEST
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edited by LeRoy R. Hafen. Softbound, 333 pages, 6" x 9". In the nineteenth century Frenchmen dominated the fur trade in the United States. Here are trappers who joined John Jacob Astor's ill-fated fur venture on the Pacific, St. Louis traders who hauled goods to Spanish New Mexico along the Santa Fe Trail, and those who traded with Indians in the western plains and mountains.
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