2 edition of Adventures of Zenas Leonard, fur trader found in the catalog.
Adventures of Zenas Leonard, fur trader
John Canfield Ewers
|Statement||edited by John C. Ewers. --|
|Series||American exploration and travel series -- v. 28, American exploration and travel series -- v. 28.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
Edition Print-run from a single setting of type without substantial change. As we approached the foot of the mountain the snow became softer and would not carry fur trader book. In this painful position they are kept a year, and in some instances over a year. I accordingly fixed myself and pulled trigger. Several scouting parties were sent out in search of beaver signs, who returned in a few days and reported that they had found beaver signs and Captain Gant then gave orders to make preparations for trapping.
Life in the Rocky Mountains. Workman, W. Accordingly we made preparations, and started. I turned and faced his lordship, when he approached within about six feet of me, rose on his hind feet and most impudently stared me right in the face, for more than a minute.
As we travelled along we saw many fresh signs of Indians, and apprehended much danger from them, which caused us to labour under the most intense fear, lest fur trader book should fall into an ambush of this crafty tribe. New York: F. Although Walker scolded the men who committed this act, the party became anxious that the Indians would seek revenge. On the 20th of Sept. History Press, Charleston, The country through which we passed is rather rough, abounding with game of every description, and is remarkable for the plentitude of wild goats.
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The next day we travelled about twenty miles, without meeting with any thing of consequence. Journals of Harrison G. A free trapper until the summer ofwhen he entered the employ of Captain B. After remaining here until today, during which time Mr.
At this time the moon was just rising above the summit of the mountain, and casting its glimmering Adventures of Zenas Leonard o'er the valley beneath, but did not shine on the Indian camp.
On the 3d of September, Captain Blackwell, with two others, joined Fitzpatrick, and started back to the fur trader book of Missouri, for an additional supply of merchandise, and were to return in the summer of I then picked the flint of my gun, fired and broke the back of one of the Buffaloe, my ball not taking effect within 18 inches of where I thought I aimed.
In he went with Gant and Blackwell's company of about 70 men on a trapping and trading expedition. Had he been destroyed by the savages? Instead of travelling in a close mass as heretofore, we now scattered over a considerable range of country for the purpose of hunting, leaving ten or twelve men only to bring on the pack-mules, and at night we would collect together with our game, which generally consisted of wolves, wild cats, muscles, and some times an Antelope.
Judge, W. Sometimes refers to a volume given by a notable donor. Catlin, George. This night we selected a high piece of ground for our encampment, where the wind continued to assail us most violently during the whole night.
He was delivered by his maternal grandmother, Dr. On the morning of the 22d Sept.
Morgan, Dale. After travelling a few miles this morning, some of the men, in taking a view of the country before us, discovered something like people upon horses, who appeared to be coming towards us.
The next morning finding all things in order, we continued travelling down what is called Pieres hole, or valley.
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