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1. Blazing the Mullan Road Blazing the Mullan Road September 1, 2006 Article describes historical and contemporary travel along the road from Walla Walla, Washington, to Fort Benton, Missouri. Fort Benton, constructed in 1849, was once an important fur trading post, and...

2. Brother to the Fur Trappers of Old Brother to the Fur Trappers of Old October, 2004 Article describes the life of Eric Russell, a native Kansan who strives to capture the way of life of a fur trapper as a historic re-enactor.

3. Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger June 2009 The author traces Jim Bridger's trail beginning in Billings, Montana. Bridger is considered "the most famous mountain man" next to Kit Carson. As a fur trader, Bridger trapped throughout the northern Rocky...

4. RenegadeRoads: Following Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick RenegadeRoads: Following Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick March 2009 Article gives history of Thomas Fitzpatrick in the form of a current travelogue, citing places to stay and eat along the way where Fitzpatrick experienced some of his adventures as a fur trader and emigrant...

5. Trailing Alfred Jacob Miller in the West Trailing Alfred Jacob Miller in the West October 2010 Author Candy Moulton retraces the journey made by artist Alfred J. Miller from Independence, Missouri, to Daniel, Wyoming, 200 years after his birth. Miller accompanied Scotsman Captain William Drummond...

6. Trailing Wilson Price Hunt's Astorians West Trailing Wilson Price Hunt's Astorians West October, 2005 Article retraces the overland journey of Pacific Fur Company founder Wilson Price Hunt and 55 others from Missouri to Astoria, Oregon in 1811 and 1812.