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Journal of a trapper

or, Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains, 1834-1843

by Osborne Russell

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Published by Syms-York Company, inc.] in [Boise, Id .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northwestern States,
  • Northwestern States.
    • Subjects:
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Northwestern States.,
    • Fur trade -- Northwestern States.,
    • Northwestern States -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      Edited from the original manuscript by L. A. York.

      Statementbeing a general description of the county, climate, rivers, lakes, mountains, etc., and a view of the life led by a hunter in those regions, by Osborne Russell ...
      ContributionsYork, Lemuel A., 1866-1957.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF597 .R93
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 p. l., [v]-xviii p., 1 l., [7]- 149 p.
      Number of Pages149
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6636479M
      LC Control Number21013999
      OCLC/WorldCa3395380

        Book Summary: The title of this book is Journal of a Trapper and it was written by Osborne Russell, Aubrey L. Haines (Editor). This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Bison Books and has a total of pages in the : Full text of "Journal of a trapper, or, Nine years in the Rocky Mountains, being a general description of the country, climate, rivers, lakes mountains, etc., and a view of the life led by a hunter in those regions" See other formats.

      A Life Wild and Perilous by Robert Utley is a good book relating true stories of the free trappers. I have a lot of mountain man books and journals, and There are a lot of good ones. Osborne Russell was a company man, and I find the journals of the free trappers more interesting, plus Russell was known to embellish events and tell some tall tales. Journal Of A Trapper - Nine Years In The Rocky Mountains - - Being A General Description Of The Country, Climate, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, Of The Life Led By A Hunter In Those Regions by Osborne Russell.

      Written in an intensely personal style that lacks punctuation at times, The Journal of a Trapper abounds with details about hunting and trapping in the Rocky Mountains, including descriptions of the animals he encountered. He travelled along the Yellowstone, Snake, and Sweetwater rivers (among others), through the Rockies and : Skyhorse Publishing.   The tale book for this Tall Tale is in a unique place. You will need to visit the land of the dead on the Ferry of the Damned to vote. Next to the Ferryman is the book. Voting on it will reveal the following book on Old Faithful Isle: A Ghost Watch. Check the South East cave of Old Faithful Isle near the white flag for this journal.


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Journal of a Trapper is one of the most important first hand accounts of the mountain man era. In it, Russell provides a detailed narrative describing the day-to-day life of an ordinary trapper in the Rocky Mountains.

The Journal begins when Russell hired on with Nathaniel Wyeth's second expedition to the by: 7. Russell's journal reflects the complex character of many of the independent men of that era; adventurous, tough, and resourceful. He was a politician in Oregon when he decided to write about his earlier life as a trapper in the Rocky Mountains, and he retained the authentic "voice of the west" -- Read it for its exact yet colorful descriptions Pages: Journal of a Trapper - Kindle edition by Russell, Osborne, Aubrey L.

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He was a politician in Oregon when he decided to write about his earlier life as a trapper in the Rockies, and he retained the authentic “voice of the West.”Released on: Ma Beginning at the age of 20, he detailed the life of a trapper in his journal and recorded his adventures through treacherous terrain, encounters with dangerous wildlife, and confrontations with the natives of the Rockies.

Osbourne would remain there - hunting, trapping, and living off the land - for the next nine years. Journal of a Trapper; He also hunted buffalo and trapped beaver, looked for new trails west, and kept a journal that forms the basis of this vigorously authentic book, only including information he considered "proved true by experience." Written in an intensely personal style that lacks punctuation at times, The Journal of a Trapper abounds.

Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey L. Haines, "perhaps the best account of the fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its peak. It is a factual, unembellished narrative written by one who was not only a trapper but also a keen observer and an able writer."/5().

Journal of a trapper - Fascinating A truely fascinating account of a trapper’s life in the Rocky Mountain wilderness. It rings true. A life of constant adventure, danger, and hardship. I particularly enjoyed his descriptions of the Indian tribes and encounters.

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InOsborne Russell joined an expedition from Boston, under the direction of Nathaniel J. Wyeth, which proceeded to the Rocky Mountains to capitalize on the salmon and fur trade. He would remain there, hunting, trapping, and living off the land, for the next nine years. Journal of a Trapper 5/5(1).

Journal of a Trapper, good history book. Very interesting book if you like early history of the American west. The book is basically a daily account of /5(8).

A Bison book reprinted form the edition Oregon Historical Society. Description: staying in the mountains until the great Westward migration began. Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey L.

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Journal of a trapper. [Osborne Russell] -- "Born in a little Maine village inOsborne Russell ran away to sea at the age of sixteen, but he soon gave up seafaring to serve with a trading and trapping company in Wisconsin and Minnesota.".