2 edition of Men and trade on the Northwest frontier as shown by the Fort Owen ledger. found in the catalog.
Men and trade on the Northwest frontier as shown by the Fort Owen ledger.
George Ferdinand Weisel
Bibliography: p. 251-256.
|Statement||Edited with an introd.|
|Series||Montana State University studies,, v. 2|
|Contributions||Owen, John, 1818-1889.|
|LC Classifications||F731 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 291 p.|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||a 56002930|
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Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier, as Shown By the Fort Owen Ledger. Montana State University Studies.
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(editor) Weisel. AS SHOWN BY THE FORT OWEN LEDGER. Historical background, including the life of Major John Owen. Frank B. Owen. The part of the Fort Owen Ledger kept by Major McCormick.
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[George Ferdinand Weisel; John Owen]. Apr 05, · Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger ed. by George F. Weisel (review) M. Zaslow; The Canadian Historical Review Biographical notes onsome individuals andorganizations whotradedat Fort Owencomprise thebulkof the book; manyof these will interest students of the Canadian fur eventfr.comollectively Author: M.
Zaslow. George F. Weisel, ed., Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger (Missoula: Montana State University Press, ), 4. Phillips, Journals and Letters, Map No. RECENT BOOKS IN REVIEW. Marshall, Adventure in Two Hemispheres, by Donald Sage, 29 Gregg, History of the Oregon Trail, Santa Fe Trail, and Other Trails, by Robert McKinney, Weisel, ed., Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger, by Aubrey L.
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MEN AND TRADE ON THE NORTHWEST FRONTIER AS SHOWN BY THE FORT OWEN LEDGER. Weisel, George F. (editor) MT in the Bitterroot Valley, Montana and he renamed it Fort Owen. The first portion of the ledger book was from Major Owen's entries and the second portion from the next owner of the fort, Washington J.
McCormick. Includes short. Indian and White in the Northwest, or, A History of Catholicity in Montana by L.B. Palladino (J. Murphy, ) Jesuits in Montana by Wilfred P. Schoenberg (Jesuits, ) Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger edited by George Ferdinand Weisel (Montana State University Press, ).
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Weisel (p. 60). Vol. 58, No. 1, Mar., Published by: Oregon Historical Society. Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger by George F. Weisel. Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger by George F. Weisel.
“In Owen sent him to the St. Ignatius Mission to repair the plows of the Indians. In July of the same year he registered as one of the few voters in Missoula County, Washington Territory.” From "Men and Trade on the Northwest Frontier as Shown by the Fort Owen Ledger", George G.
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Book on the American Fur Trade and Mountain Men for sale by Town's End Books. Books on the American Fur Trade and Mountain Men As stated in Clark/Brunet "John Work's journal is one of the cornerstone works of the fur trade in the Northwest.
He was one of the greatest of the Hudson's Bay Company traders, and his explorations ere more. The Canadian Historical Review offers an analysis of the ideas, people, and events that have molded Canadian society and institutions into their present state. Canada's past is examined from a vast and multicultural perspective to provide a thorough assessment of all influences.
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c by George F. Weisel. Missoula, Montana: Montana State University. Fort Missoula Museum; Societies [edit | edit source] Western Montana Genealogical Society ed. Ancestry’s Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources, Rev. ed. (Provo.Dec 10, · While the rifle might be the classic Mountain Man weapon-of-choice, he wouldn’t have turned up his nose at a smoothbore.
Northwest Trade Guns were ubiquitous in the Fur Trade era — mostly going to Indians in exchange for furs, but many ending up in the hands of Mountain Men.Books shelved as western-frontier: These Is My Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, by Nancy E.
Turner, Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry, Unde.