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Title John Colter, discoverer of Yellowstone park; an account of his exploration in 1807 and of his further adventures as hunter; trapper; Indian fighter; pathfinder and member of the Lewis and Clark expedition
Author Vinton, Stallo (1876-1946)
Date 1926
Document Type Rare Book
Names Colter, John; Clark, William; Lewis, Meriwether; Potts, John; Jefferson, Thomas; Boone, Daniel; Irving, Washington; Pike, Zebulon M.
Region Wyoming; Montana; Idaho
Places Ohio River, Missouri River, Rocky Mountains, St. Louis, Manuel's Fort, Three Forks, Yellowstone River, Colter's Hell
Keywords exploration, Lewis and Clark expedition, hunting, Native Americans, Blackfoot, Crow, Flathead, 1808 battle
Theme Pioneers, Hunters and Explorers; Agricultural Development, Landscape and the Environment; The Imagined West
Publisher Edward Eberstadt
Place of Publication New York
Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana
Reference Graff 4490
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue