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" Toussaint Charbonneau, the late Mandan Interpreter, arrived here from the Mandan villages, a distance of 1600 miles, and came into the office, tottering under the infirmities of 80 winters, without a dollar to support him... "
Journal of a Fur-trading Expedition on the Upper Missouri: 1812-1813 - Page 134
by John C. Luttig - 1920 - 192 pages
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Letters of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, with Related ..., Volumes 1-2

Donald Jackson - History - 1978 - 806 pages
...Commissioner of Indian Affairs Superintendy. of Indian Affs. Sir: St. Louis, Augt. 26, 1839 On the 2 1 st. inst. Toussaint Charbonneau, the late Mandan Interpreter,...Interpreter for the Mandan sub-agency, for the 1st & ad quarters of this year, with the understanding that his services are no longer required. This man...
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Sacajawea

Anna L. Waldo - Fiction - 2010 - 1424 pages
...successor as Superintendent of Indian Affairs, wrote in a letter that Charbonneau came to St. Louis "tottering under the infirmities of 80 winters, without a dollar to Support him."20 A promissory note written on August 14, 1843, by Francis Pensoneau stated that he would pay...
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Lewis and Clark: Partners in Discovery

John Bakeless - Biography & Autobiography - 1947 - 498 pages
...Pilcher, Clark's successor as Superintendent of Indian Affairs. In August, 1839, he arrived in St. Louis, "tottering under the infirmities of 80 winters, without a dollar to Support him." He had been discharged as interpreter but, the notice having failed to reach him, had worked six extra...
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The Fate of the Corps: What Became of the Lewis and Clark Explorers After ...

Larry E. Morris - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 284 pages
...Leavenworth's Missouri Legion with Charbonneau, wrote: "On the 2ist inst. Toussaint Charbonneau . . . arrived here from the Mandan villages, a distance...as Interpreter for the Mandan sub-agency, for the ist & 2nd quarters of this year, with the understanding that his services are no longer required. This...
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