A shining time. vol. I : the fur trade : a sketchbook of the American mountain men (Book, 1992) [WorldCat.org]
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A shining time. vol. I : the fur trade : a sketchbook of the American mountain men

Author: Ted Spring
Publisher: Osseo, MN : Track of the Wolf, ©1992, 1991.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Includes description and many line drawings.
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Genre/Form: History
Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ted Spring
OCLC Number: 31425216
Description: 131 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: London 1819 --
New York 1614 --
A voyageur's sacket --
Coureurs de bois --
Hudsons' Bay co. --
The American mountain man --
Guns of the mountain men --
The N.W. trade fusil --
Common mountain muskets --
The Hawken guns --
Mountain mens' rifles --
Pistols --
Power of powder & ball --
Two trappers --
Winter wear --
Free trappers --
On the Great Plains --
Tools and the trade --
Steel traps --
The beaver pelt --
Shirts --
Jackets --
Horses & saddles --
Pack horse --
Indian horse --
Knives --
Axes --
Hand tools --
Ashley-Henry --
Rendezvous --
Headwear --
Footwear --
Shooting pouches --
The camp --
A parting shot.
Other Titles: Fur trade : a sketchbook of the American mountain men
Sketch book of the American mountain men
Sketchbook of the American mountain men
Responsibility: by Ted Spring.

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Includes description and many line drawings.

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