Category: Fur Trade


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Last Of The Great Scouts Life Story Of Col. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) As told by his sister Helen Cody Wetmore

By: Wetmore, Helen Cody

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Duluth, Minn.: 1899

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 446

Condition: Good

267pgs, illus. Red cloth with buffalo imprint,slight fading to the spine, hinges cracked, one illus. Tipped in. Howes W297 Six-Guns2372 scarce, Rader 3617 View more info

Last Of The Great Scouts Life Story Of Col. W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill)As told by his sister Helen Cody Wetmore

By: Wetmore, Helen Cody

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Chicago, Duluth Press Publishing Company: 1994

Seller ID: 874

Condition: As New

296 pgs, illustrations, frontis, Reprint of the 1899 edition. View more info

Lone Elk The Life Story of Bill Williams Trapper and Guide of the Far West 2 volumes Parts 1 & 2

By: Williams, Chauncey Pratt

Price: $145.00

Publisher: Denver, CO, John VanMale: 1935

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 8148

Condition: Very Good+

2 volumes, Part One 50 pages, Part Two 35 pages. The Old West Series Number 6 & 7, LIMITED edition of 500 copies. Story of Bill Williams famous mountain man. Howes W449, Rader 3667 View more info

This Far-Off Wild Land The Upper Missouri Letters of Andrew Dawson

By: Wischmann, Lesley, Andrew Erskine Dawson

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, Arthur H. Clark Company: 2013

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 015142

ISBN: 0870624199

Condition: New

New un-read copy, 336 pages, frontis, illustrations, map. Western Frontiersmen Series XXXVIII. " Three years after he landed in St. Louis, Dawson went up the Missouri in 1847 to what is now North Dakota and Montana, taking command of Fort Berthold, Fort Clark, and eventually Fort Benton, the premier fur trade post of the day. Fort Berthold and Fort Clark, where Dawson worked until 1854, remain two of the least documented American Fur Company posts. Dawson's letters,... View more info

Fort Clark And Its Indian Neighbors A Trading Post on the Upper Missouri

By: Wood, Raymond, William Hunt, Randy Williams

Price: $28.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 14106

Condition: New

317 pages, illustrations. Fort Clark, in what is today western North Dakota, also served as a way station for artists, scientists, missionaries, soldiers, and other western chroniclers traveling along the Upper Missouri River. The written and visual legacies of these visitors-among them the German prince-explorer Maximilian of Wied, Swiss artist Karl Bodmer, and American painter-author George Catlin-have long been the primary sources of information on the cultures of the... View more info

Wyoming's Big Horn Basin to 1901 A Late Frontier

By: Woods, Lawrence M.

Price: $32.00

Publisher: Spokane, Arthur H. Clark Co.: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 14188

ISBN: 87062-267-6

Condition: New

286 pages, frontis, illustrations, still in original shrink wrap, limited to 1,000 copies. "This new study examines the Big Horn Basin during its frontier period. Isolated by Indian lands and impassable natural barriers, the Big Horn Basin remained a frontier for years after the frontier faded from other Western regions. The Indian Treaties of 1868 had left the Basin effectively encircled by Crow, Sioux, and Shoshoni Indians. The Yellowstone cordillera, Big Horn Riv... View more info

The Journal of John Work A Chief-trader of the Hudson's Bay Co. During His Expedition From Vancouver to the Flatheads and Blackfeet of the Pacific Northwest Edited, and With Account of the Fur Trade in the Northwest, and Life of Work

By: Work, John, Lewis, William S. Paul C. Phillips, Robert Carriker

Price: $24.00

Publisher: Spokane, The Arthur H. Clark Co.: 2006

Seller ID: 015028

ISBN: 0870623478

Condition: New

New, unread copy, 209 pages, frontis, illustrations, map, Introduction to second printing by Robert Carriker. The first section of the book gives an overview of the Fur Trade in the Northwest and the competition between the rival fur companies. Work's journal in presented next. His trapping expedition started in 1831 and ended the following year. They traveled through Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana. The party faced numerous hardships, lack of food, a harsh winter,... View more info