John Colter, His Years in the Rockies

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Index
Absaroka (Indians), see Crow
Absaroka Mountains, 54, 85, 92, 135
American Philosophical Society, 79, 81
Arapahoe, 21, 89
Arapooish, 100
Arikara, 65-67, 137, 139
Arkansas River, 60, 101
Assiniboine (Indians), 68
Assiniboine River, 41, 67
Astor, John Jacob, 159
Astorians, 103, 159-161
Atkinson, Col. Henry, 123
Ayers, —, 144-145
Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 52
Bannock (Indians), 71, 104, 112
Bannock Trail, 112
Basil, Andy, 21
Basin, Wyoming, 21
Beard, William, 105-106
Beaver (habits of), 44-51
Beckworth, Jim, 119
Biddle Lake, 103, 108
Biddle, Nicholas, 36-37, 60, 78-79
Biddle, Major Thomas, 123, 127
Big Boeuf Creek, 157
Big Horn Basin, 83-84, 87-91, 97
Big Horn Mountains, 41, 71, 80-81, 88— 89, 97, 103, 135
Big Horn River, 41, 49, 69-71, 82-84, 89, 92-93, 99-100, 102, 113, 131, 147
Billings, Montana, 54
Bissonet, Antoine, 63
Bitter Root Mountains, 24, 29-30
Bitter Root River, 31
Blackfeet Indians, 32, 40, 68, 71, 103- I04, 107, 112, 121, 135, 142, 148- I50, 159
Bloods (Indians), 143
Blue Bead quarry, 86
Blue Bead River, 86
Boiling Spa, 90-91
Boiling Tar Spring, 95
Bolye, —, 17
Boone, Daniel, 157, 159
Bouché, Jean Baptiste, 62-63, 65, 69- 7I, 116-118
Bozeman's Pass, 31, 121, 141
Brackenridge, H. M., 61, 66-68, 82, 92- 93, 107, 124, 135, 160
Bradbury, John, 82, 124-127, 151, 155- I56, 158-161
Brant, Etienne, 116
Bratten, —, 29
Bridger Mountains, 83
Brown, —, 140-141
Brown, James, 158
Bryant, William, 147
Buffalo Bill Dam, 88, 95
Burroughs, E. C., 10
Cameahwait, 23
Camp Missouri, 123
Campbell, Robert, 100
Canyon City, Colorado, 101
Cedar Mountain, 88-96
Charbonneau, Toussaint, 21, 38
Charette, Missouri, 157, 159
Cheek, James, 142, 145, 148
Chetish Mountains, 41
Cheyenne (Indians), 71, 89
Chouteau, Pierre, 60, 66-67, 136-137, I47
Clark, William, 12, 15, 21-24, 26, 30, 34-38, 69, 75, 79 (maps), 81-87, 97-100, 103, 105, 110, 113, 136, I54-156, 158, 161
Clark's Fork of the Yellowstone, 54, II2
Clark's River, 31
Clearwater, 25
Coalter, Micajah, 12

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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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