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A Rendezvous Reader: Tall, Tangled, and True Tales of the by James H. Maguire, Peter Wild, Donald A. Barclay

By James H. Maguire, Peter Wild, Donald A. Barclay

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Yount's Dream of the Donner Party from George C. Yount,George C. Yount and His Chronicles of the West 314 150. A Mountain Man's Lament from Howard L. Conard,"Uncle Dick" Wootton 315 151. 29). Page xix ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank the Boise State University Library, my Boise State University English Department colleagues, my wife (Betty), my children (Emily and Stephen), my mother-in-law (Kathleen Keller), and my mother (Margaret Maguire). JAMES H. MAGUIRE I want to thank my colleagues at New Mexico State University Library, Ellen Drewes of Las Cruces, my parents and sisters in Idaho, and especially my understanding wife, Darcie.

Elkanah Walker and Mrs. Cushing Eells" 184 91. Mountain Men in General and in Particular from W. H. Gray,A History of Oregon 186 92. "A Great Majority of Scoundrels" from Nathaniel J. Wyeth,Correspondence and Journals of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth, 1831-1836 190 Section VII Critics of the Fur Trade 93. Arguments Against Trapping from John B. Wyeth,Oregon 194 Page xiii 94 and 95. OppositiontoWanton Destruction and Trapper Excesses 197 94. A Motley Bunch of Trappers from John James Audubon,Audubon and His Journals 197 95.

Elkanah Walker and Mrs. Cushing Eells" 184 91. Mountain Men in General and in Particular from W. H. Gray,A History of Oregon 186 92. "A Great Majority of Scoundrels" from Nathaniel J. Wyeth,Correspondence and Journals of Captain Nathaniel J. Wyeth, 1831-1836 190 Section VII Critics of the Fur Trade 93. Arguments Against Trapping from John B. Wyeth,Oregon 194 Page xiii 94 and 95. OppositiontoWanton Destruction and Trapper Excesses 197 94. A Motley Bunch of Trappers from John James Audubon,Audubon and His Journals 197 95.

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