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41. Dedication of the William H. Ashley Marker Dedication of the William H. Ashley Marker October 1939 Included in the proceedings of the 40th DAR state conference is an account of the dedication of the William H. Ashley marker held in October, 1939. The marker was placed on Ashley's grave which is on an...

42. Dick Wootton Dick Wootton 1997 Biographical chapter in the book about Dick Wootton (1816-1893), a Southwestern trader and long-time resident of the Bent's Fort vicinity. He was a native of Virginia moving to Independence, Missouri in...

43. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Short biography of Jim Beckwourth (1798-1866), noted fur trapper, mountain man, army scout.

44. Don Benito Vasquez in Early Saint Louis Don Benito Vasquez in Early Saint Louis July//1970 Biographical article about Don Benito Vasquez (1738-1810), an early Spanish settler of Saint Louis, Missouri. Native of Spain emigrating to Saint Louis in 1869 as a soldier under Lieutenant Pedro Piernas...

45. Dust of Oblivion Is Gathering on This Area's Forgotten Mountain Men Dust of Oblivion Is Gathering on This Area's Forgotten Mountain Men April/15/1946 Biographical article about local mountain men and former residents of the Kansas City area, especially Major Andrew Drips (here listed as "Andrew J. Dripps"), Louis Vasquez, and Jim Bridger, among others...

46. E. Pinkert, Furrier E. Pinkert, Furrier ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Pinkert showing a tray with picture cards on it. The top card has three birds sitting on a limb, one, a robin, singing. One of two cards with similar design and theme. Cards are...

47. E. Pinkert, Furrier E. Pinkert, Furrier ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Pinkert showing a tray with picture cards on it. The top card has three birds sitting on a limb, one singing. One of two cards with similar design and theme. Cards are embossed....

48. E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Pinkert showing a boy and a dog standing on a tree limb. One of two cards with similar design and theme. Front lower left corner of card has number C-785. Back of card has image...

49. E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Pinkert showing an image on a palette of two boys lending a hand to a girl on snowy ground. Front of card says: "E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier." Back of card says: "E. Pinkert .."."...

50. E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier E. Pinkert, Practical Furrier ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Pinkert showing a girl outside in a coat and hat pushing a dog in a wheelbarrow. One of two cards with similar design and theme. Front lower left corner has number C-785. Back of...

51. E. Shukert E. Shukert ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for E. Shukert showing a girl standing with a cat in front of a chair. Back of card has long advertising copy starting: “Ladies! Having just returned from Europe with a large importation...

52. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustration of "the Trapper--an early steamboat in fur trade in the [eighteen] twenties."

53. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Portrait and caption about "Manuel de Lisa," usually referred to as Manuel Lisa, one of the first great fur traders, with a special concession from the Spanish government, controlling the fur trade with...

54. Eastern Beads, Western Applications Eastern Beads, Western Applications Fal 2013 Article on the uses and meanings of wampum among Native American tribes of the Great Plains. Beginning with the wampum traditions of the northeast, the author traces the spread of wampum westward. He argues...

55. Eighteenth Congress--2d Session Eighteenth Congress--2d Session January 1825 Reprint of the Second Session of the 18th Congress of the United States, dealing in part with the establishment of the Santa Fe Trail and trade of furs, hemp, etc.

56. Elias H. Durfee and Campbell K. Peck: Indian Traders on the Upper Missouri Frontier Elias H. Durfee and Campbell K. Peck: Indian Traders on the Upper Missouri Frontier Spring 2004 The Upper Missouri country being the land stretching northwestward from Sioux city, Iowa, to Fort Benton, Montana Territory became very attractive to business after the Civil War. Elias H. Durfee and his...

57. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Photo and bio of Seth Edmund Ward, or Seth Ward, "a pioneer trader in the Platte River region, and one of the most prominent residents of Westport, Missouri." Born in Virginia in 1820 and moving to Independence,...

58. Etienne Provost Etienne Provost 1997 Biographical chapter about Etienne Provost (1785-1850), an early southwestern fur trader dubbed "The Man of the Mountains" and namesake of Provo, Utah. He was a native of Quebec, Canada, becoming a "member...

59. Etienne Provost Etienne Provost 1965-1972 Chapter of the book about Etienne Provost (1785-1850), a French Canadian fur trader and namesake of the town of Provo, Utah. Native of Quebec trapping furs by 1815-1817 with the Chouteau family and possibly...

60. Expansion of the Fur Trade Following Lewis and Clark Expansion of the Fur Trade Following Lewis and Clark Spring 2005