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Notes

CHAPTER ONE

None.


CHAPTER TWO
(I)
Original Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition 1804-1806. Edited by Reuben Gold Thwaites, New York, I904. (hereafter called Original Jour- nals) Vol. VII, p. 360.
(2)
Three Years Among the Indians and Mexicans. By Thomas James. Edited by W. B. Douglas, St. Louis, 1916 (here- after called James's Three Years Among the Indians) p. 58.
(3)
Vinton, Stallo, John Colter: Dis- coverer of Yellowstone Park. New York, I926. (hereafter called Vinton's John Colter) p. 27.
(4)
James's Three Years Among the Indians. p. 278.
(5)
See Chapter Eight for the inven- tory of the sale of Colter's possessions. (6) Original Journals. Vol. VII, p. 360.
(7)
Wisconsin State Historical Col- lections. (hereafter called Wisconsin Col- lections) Vol. XXII.
(8)
James's Three Years Among the Indians. pp. 57-58.
(9)
Letter dated June 19, 1803, Washington, from Meriwether Lewis to William Clark, quoted Original Jour- nals. Vol. VII, p. 227.
(10)
History of the Expedition Under the Command of Lewis and Clark. Edited by Elliott Coues. New York, 1893. (here- after called Coues' Lewis & Clark) Vol. I, p. LXX-LXXIII.
(II)
Original Journals. Vol. I, p. 10.
(12)
Persimmon Hill. A Narrative of Old St. Louis and the Far West. By Wil- liam Clark Kennerly as told to Elizabeth Russel. Norman, Oklahoma, 1948, p. 141.
(13)
Original Journals. Vol. I., p. 10.
(14)
Ibid. Vol. VII. Whitehouse Jour- nal. p. 36.
(15)
Ibid. Vol. I, Part II. pp. 128- I45·
(16)
A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of Corps of Discovery. Sergeant Gass. Pittsburgh, 1807. p. 38 and p. 43.
(17)
Wisconsin Collections. Vol. XXII, p. 126. and p. 136. Original Journals. Vol. I. Part II, p. 162.
(18)
Original Journals. Vol. I, Part II, p. 162. Sergeant Ordway's Journal in Wisconsin Collections. Vol. XXII, p. 136.
(19)
Fort Mandan was located about 60 miles above modern Bismarck, North Dakota. The site of the original fort had washed into the river before 1833. See North Dakota Historical Quarterly. Vol. II, October 1927, pp. 5 to 22.
(20)
Les Bourgeois de la Compagnie du Nord-ouest, L. R. Masson. Quebec, I889-1890. The Manuscript Journals of Alexander Henry and of David Thomp- son. Edited by Elliott Coues. New York, I897.
(21)
Ordway's Journal in Wisconsin Collections. Vol. XXII, p. 234. Original Journals. Vol. II, Part I. p. 171.
(22)
Original Journals. Vol. III. Part I. pp. 32, 33-42.
(23)
Ibid. Vol. III. Part I. pp. 60, 61.
(24)
Ibid. Vol. III. Part I. pp. 87-89.
(25)
Ibid. Vol. III. Part I. p. 90.
(26)
Coues' Lewis & Clark. Vol. II. pp. 616, 617. Note 48.
(27)
Original Journals. Vol. III. Part II. p. 221. A Journal of the Voyages and Travels of a Corps of Discovery. By Sergeant Gass. Pittsburgh, 1807. p. 163.
(28)
Ibid. Vol. III. Part II. p. 229.
(29)
Ibid. Vol. IV. Part II. pp. 257, 258.
(30)
Ibid. Vol. IV. Part II. pp. 258- 26I.
(31)
Ibid. Vol. IV. Part II. pp. 364- 366.
(32)
Ibid. Vol. V. Part I. p. 107.
(33)
Ibid. Vol. V. Part I. pp. 144, I46.
(34)
Ibid. Vol. V. Part I. pp. 145, I46.
(35)
Sergeant Ordway in Wisconsin Collections. Vol. XXII. pp. 377-380.
(36)
Ibid. Vol. XXII. p. 381.

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  • John Colter - His Years in the Rockies *
  • Table of Contents *
  • List of Maps *
  • Introduction to the Bison Book Edition xi
  • Foreword xix
  • Addenda xxiii
  • Chapter One - Stuffing Dudes i
  • Chapter Two - With Lewis and Clark 11
  • Chapter Three - Winter on the Yellowstone 35
  • Chapter Four - Fort Raymond 59
  • Chapter Five - Colter's Route 73
  • Chapter Six - Blackfeet 115
  • Chapter Seven - 1810 — Three Forks 135
  • Chapter Eight - Retirement in Missouri 152
  • Notes 167
  • Bibliography 173
  • Index 177
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