The Rocky Mountain Company

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Jun 1, 2002 - Fiction - 350 pages
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This new trilogy kicks off in 1841, when St. Louis businessman Guy Strauss puts together a team of adventurers to open up the far reaches of the Yellowstone River to trade with native tribes. Led by half-civilized mountain man Broken Leg Fitzhugh, the plan is to establish a trading post on the edge of the land he knows--if they can survive the harsh wilderness, competing traders, and brutal winter. (June)

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Richard Wheeler, an ex-marine, is the author of sixteen other books of military history, eleven of which deal with different Civil War campaigns and battles, including Voices of the Civil War, winner of the New York City Civil War Round Table's Fletcher Pratt Award. Wheeler is also the author of Voices of 1776: The Story of the American Revolution in the Words of Those Who Were There (Meridian). He lives in Pine Grove, Pennsylvania.

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