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1. Fort Osage at Sibley, Missouri Fort Osage at Sibley, Missouri File contains among many other items a portrait of Pierre Chouteau, Jr., the father of Francois Chouteau.

2. Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County Fort Osage: First Settlement in Jackson County October/3/1921 Brief descriptions of Pierre Chouteau, Jr., "General Agent for the [Osage] Indians," and his important role in an Indian treaty during the establishment of Fort Osage in 1808 and again in 1812.

3. Friends and Partners: William Clark, Meriwether Lewis, and Mid-America's French Creoles Friends and Partners: William Clark, Meriwether Lewis, and Mid-America's French Creoles July 1, 2004 Article explores the relationship between Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and the French, particularly in St. Louis. Both Pierre and Auguste Chouteau were closely associated with these explorers, especially...

4. Fur, Defeat and Pluck Fur, Defeat and Pluck April, 2005 Article details the early history of the Chouteau Family, including the marriage of Marie Therese Bourgeois to Rene Choueau in New Orleans, and the birth of their son Auguste two years later in 1850. The...

5. Fur, Fortune, and Empire Fur, Fortune, and Empire 2010 The author "traces the dramatic rise and fall of the American fur industry, from the first Dutch encounters with the Indians to the rise of the conservation movement in the late nieteenth century."

6. Old and New St. Louis: A Concise History of the Metropolis of the West and Southwest, with a Review Old and New St. Louis: A Concise History of the Metropolis of the West and Southwest, with a Review of Its Present Greatness and Immediate Prospects 1894 Portraits and descriptions of Pierre Chouteau, Jr. (ca. 1789-1865), and his son, Charles Pierre Chouteau, or Charles Chouteau, both businessmen of Saint Louis. Description of Pierre as the nephew of Auguste...

7. Painted Portrait of Pierre Chouteau Painted Portrait of Pierre Chouteau Photograph of a painted head and shoulders portrait.

8. Painted Portrait of Pierre Chouteau Painted Portrait of Pierre Chouteau Photograph of a painted head and shoulders portrait.

9. Pierre Chouteau, Entrepreneur as Indian Agent Pierre Chouteau, Entrepreneur as Indian Agent July//1978 Article about the "career of Pierre Chouteau, Jr. [or Jean Pierre Chouteau, 1758-18??, the father of Francois Chouteau], a prominent French fur trader who served as the American government's first Indian...

10. Pierre Chouteau, Jr. and Company Pierre Chouteau, Jr. and Company 2001 There are numerous references in the book to the Chouteau family and in particular Pierre Chouteau, Jr. and his involvement in the fur trade on the upper Missouri River. The focus of the book is the history...

11. The American Fur Company The American Fur Company Summer 1985 A transcribed report written by Philander Prescott in 1833. Prescott wrote the report just before the Chouteau family took over the American Fur Company and it describes its history, trade activity, and...

12. The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources The City of Saint Louis and Its Resources 1893 Photo and bio of Pierre Chouteau, "now the most active member of this great family."

13. The David Adams Journals The David Adams Journals Summer 1998 Transcribed journal entries of David Adams from 1841-1845. Adams was an explorer of the Missouri Valley region and participant in the Western fur trade during this time period. His journal entries describe...

14. The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West The Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West 1972 Portrait and chapter of the book about Pierre Chouteau, Jr. (1789-1865), "the second son of Pierre Chouteau and the grandson of the founder of St. Louis, Pierre Laclede Liguest," involved in the fur trade...

15. Trading Traditions Trading Traditions December 1, 2003 Part 6 of the 7-article series about Lewis and Clark in Missouri. This one discusses the fur trade up to and after the time Lewis and Clark traveled through the area. Includes a small chart--Partial Fur...