The lost trappers;
a collection of interesting scenes and events in the Rocky Mountains; together with a short description of California; also, some account of the fur trade, expecially as carried on about the sources of Missouri, Yellow Stone, and on the waters of the Columbia.
By David H. Coyner.
|Main Author:||Coyner, David H.|
Cincinnati, J.A. & U.P. James, 1847.
Williams, Ezekiel, /
Fur trade > Fur trade / West (U.S.)
Overland journeys to the Pacific.
West (U.S.) > West (U.S.) / Description and travel.
California > California / Description and travel.
Purports to be a narrative, taken from the journal of Ezekiel Williams and other sources, of the wanderings of Willims, James Workman and Samuel Spencer in the western country from 1807 to 1810. The work is called a fabrication by H. M. Chittenden (American fur trade, 1902, v. 2, p. 651-656) It apparently has, however, some foundation in fact. cf. Louis Houck, Hist. of Missouri, 1908, v. 3, p. 93-94.
xv, 255 p.
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