Journal of a Trapper

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Reader, if you are in search of a Classical and Scientific tourist, please to lay this 'volume' down, and pass on, for this simply informs you what a Trapper has seen and experienced. But if you wish to peruse a Hunter's rambles among the wild regions of the Rocky Mountains, please to read this and forgive the authors foibles and imperfections, considering as you pass along that he has been chiefly educated in Nature's School under that rigid tutor experience...' Born in a little Maine village in 1814, Osborne Russell ran ...

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James W

Feb 14, 2015

Good read

The book is very interesting and easy to read. It was hard to believe that he could keep such a detailed journal with all the moving and events that occurred. Anyone that is interested in the mountain men will enjoy the book.

Dustytrails

Aug 2, 2007

Great Book

I'm from Idaho and he was one of the first settlers in here. You will find it interesting.

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