The Blazed Trail of Antoine Leroux
Westernlore Press, 1965 - 235 strani
Biography of important, but almost forgotten woodman, guide and explorer, Antoine Leroux. He became a noted guide and expert of the mountains of Colorado and Utah and the deserts of Arizona. He was the chief guide of at least four major expeditions and of numerous lesser journeys.
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