George Drouillard: Hunter and Interpreter for Lewis and Clark and Fur Trader, 1807-1810

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GEORGE DROUILLARD
HUNTER AND INTERPRETER
for
LEWIS AND CLARK
and
Fur Trader, 1807–1810

by
M.O.SKARSTEN

With an introduction by Robert C. Carriker

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
LINCOLN AND LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction to the Second Printing ix
  • Preface xv
  • 1 - A Promising Recruit 17
  • 2 - No Positive Bargain 27
  • 3 - Anchor’s Aweigh 35
  • 4 - Westward Bound 41
  • 5 - Desertion 45
  • 6 - Enter, the Red Men 53
  • 7 - The Tetons 65
  • 8 - Danger Ahead 81
  • 9 - In Search of the Red Men 95
  • 10 - A Shoshone Chieftain 117
  • 11 - Among the Shoshones 127
  • 12 - Across the Bitterroots to the Nez Perces 137
  • 13 - Down the Columbia 147
  • 14 - Inclement Weather 159
  • 15 - Fort Clatsop 165
  • 16 - Horse Traders 177
  • 17 - Camp Chopunnish 187
  • 18 - The Bitterroots 205
  • 19 - Trailing the Horse Thieves 219
  • 20 - Encounter with the Blackfeet 225
  • 21 - Drouillard and the Expedition- An Appraisal 237
  • Fur Trading Ventures 249
  • 22 - First Fur Trading Venture 251
  • 23 - Reconnoitering for Customers 259
  • 24 - The Grip of the Law 271
  • 25 - Second Fur Trading Venture 281
  • 26 - The Three Forks 297
  • 27 - The Prairie Wind 305
  • Appendices 315
  • Indian Sign Language 317
  • B - The Squall on May 14 321
  • C - The Grizzly 323
  • D - The Crossed-out Sentence 326
  • E - Crossing the Bitterroots 328
  • F - Litigations 14 329
  • Bibliography 339
  • Index 347
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