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Title Narrative of the Adventures of Zenas Leonard, a Native of Clearfield County, PA, Who Spent Five Years in Trapping for Furs, Trading With the Indians, &c., &c., of the Rocky Mountains
Reference VAULT 978 L55 1839
Library California Historical Society
Date 1839
Publisher Pa D W Moore
Place of Publication Clearfield
Author / Creator Leonard, Zenas
Document Type Printed Book, Journal
Theme(s) Trade and Commerce; Race Relations; Social Life; Exploration and Discovery; Travel and Tourism; The Natural World
Keywords fur trade, travel, trappers, indigenous peoples, clerk, adventure, hostility, journey, expedition, merchant, territory, hunting, beaver, deer, bear, elk, buffalo, wigwam, camp, attack, trail, fish, timber, economy, death, voyage, ship, climate, customs, geography, culture, livestock, Blackfeet
Countries USA
Places Rocky Mountains; Clearfield; Pittsburgh; Missouri River; Jackson; St Louis; Kansas River; Laramie River; Santa Fe; Columbia River; Lewis River; Great Salt Lake; California; San Juan; Hawaii; Colorado River; Barren River; Yellowstone River; Bighorn River; Platte River; Independence
Ports Monterey, USA
Company North-West Company
Ships Lagoda
Language English
Additional Information Please note that some of the metadata for this document has been drawn from the California Historical Society's North Baker Research Library catalogue.
Copyright California Historical Society