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" Also the large bean, the potatoe, the turnip; and these vegetables now make a comfortable part of their subsistence; and this year I have promised to carry the plough. Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps,... "
Journal of a Fur-trading Expedition on the Upper Missouri: 1812-1813 - Page 16
by John C. Luttig - 1920 - 192 pages
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The American Fur Trade of the Far West: A History of the Pioneer Trading ...

Hiram Martin Chittenden - Frontier and pioneer life - 1901 - 1029 pages
...Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the...nations, and the consequent choice of their trade. These things I have done, and I propose to do more. The Aricaras, the Mandans, the Gros-Ventres, and...
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The conquest: the true story of Lewis and Clark

Eva Emery Dye - Discoveries in geography - 1902 - 443 pages
...Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the...nations, and the consequent choice of their trade. These things I have done, and I propose to do more." In short, Manuel Lisa laid down his commission...
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South Dakota historical collections, Volume 4

South Dakota State Historical Society, South Dakota. Dept. of History - South Dakota - 1908
...Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the...by these means I have acquired the confidence 'and the friendship of these nations and the consequent choice of their trade. "These things I have done,...
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The Overland Monthly

1917
...will make a comfortable part of their subsistance; and this year I have promised to carry the plow. Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them,...means I have acquired the confidence and friendship of the natives and the consequent choice of their trade." When Manuel returned from the upper Missouri...
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The trans-Mississippi West (1803-1853): a history of its acquisition and ...

Cardinal Goodwin - United States - 1922 - 528 pages
...Besides, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging nothing. I lend them traps, only demanding preference in their trade. My establishments are the...have acquired the confidence and friendship of these natives, and the consequent choice of their trade.12 Commercial trader of the Southwest. There...
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Contributions, with Transactions, Volume 2

Montana Historical Society - 1896
...distance from my own house. I appear as a benefactor, not asa pillager of the Indian. * * * * Beside, my blacksmiths work incessantly for them, charging...means I have acquired the confidence and friendship of the natives and the consequent choice of their trade/' He was twice married; his first wife having,...
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Westward Vision: The Story of the Oregon Trail

David Lavender - History - 1985 - 424 pages
?In one very real sense,? David Lavender writes, ?the story of the Oregon Trail begins with Columbus.? This opening suggests the panoramic sweep of his history of that famous ...
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