GEORGE DROUILLARD, Hunter and Interpreter for Lewis and Clark and Fur Trader, 1807 - 1810

Skarsten, M.O.

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Title: GEORGE DROUILLARD, Hunter and Interpreter ...
Publisher: Arthur H. Clark, Glendale, CA
Publication Date: 1964
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition

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Book Description University of Nebraska Press, United States, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bison Books.. 224 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.George Drouillard s service to the Lewis and Clark Expedition was long obscured by the stronger light cast on the leaders and Sacagawea. Drawing from the various journals of the expedition and from many more obscure documents, letters, and legal records, M. O. Skarsten presents not merely an account of the pursuits in which Drouillard engaged but also an idea of the kind of man he was, as a member of the famous expedition and later as a partner of Manuel Lisa in the fur trade. The variety of responsibilities assigned to Drouillard during the expedition form an impressive list--recruiting personnel, message bearing, retrieving a deserter, pursuing strayed and stolen horses, trading for horses and canoes, horse gelding, and serving as riverboat helmsman, diplomat to the Indians, and boon companion to Lewis--in addition to the hunting and interpreting for which he was specifically hired. Skarsten also pays detailed attention to Drouillard s fur-trade activities, including his trial for the murder of Bissonette, his attempt to trade with the Blackfeet, and later his death at their hands in 1810. Robert C. Carriker s introduction to this edition includes information on Skarsten, an evaluation of his treatment of Drouillard, and new information on Drouillard revealed since the book s original publication in 1964. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780803293090

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Book Description University of Nebraska Press, United States, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 224 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. George Drouillard s service to the Lewis and Clark Expedition was long obscured by the stronger light cast on the leaders and Sacagawea. Drawing from the various journals of the expedition and from many more obscure documents, letters, and legal records, M. O. Skarsten presents not merely an account of the pursuits in which Drouillard engaged but also an idea of the kind of man he was, as a member of the famous expedition and later as a partner of Manuel Lisa in the fur trade. The variety of responsibilities assigned to Drouillard during the expedition form an impressive list-recruiting personnel, message bearing, retrieving a deserter, pursuing strayed and stolen horses, trading for horses and canoes, horse gelding, and serving as riverboat helmsman, diplomat to the Indians, and boon companion to Lewis-in addition to the hunting and interpreting for which he was specifically hired. Skarsten also pays detailed attention to Drouillard s fur-trade activities, including his trial for the murder of Bissonette, his attempt to trade with the Blackfeet, and later his death at their hands in 1810. Robert C. Carriker s introduction to this edition includes information on Skarsten, an evaluation of his treatment of Drouillard, and new information on Drouillard revealed since the book s original publication in 1964. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9780803293090

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Skarsten, M. O.; Carriker, Robert C. (introduction).
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Book Description University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, 2005. Softcover. Book Condition: New. Reprint Edition.. 336 pages. Softcover. New book. BIOGRAPHY. George Drouillard's service to the Lewis and Clark Expedition was long obscured by the stronger light cast on the leaders and Sacagawea. Drawing from the various journals of the expedition and from many more obscure documents, letters, and legal records, M. O. Skarsten presents not merely an account of the pursuits in which Drouillard engaged but also an idea of the kind of man he was, as a member of the famous expedition and later as a partner of Manuel Lisa in the fur trade. The variety of responsibilities assigned to Drouillard during the expedition form an impressive listÑrecruiting personnel, message bearing, retrieving a deserter, pursuing strayed and stolen horses, trading for horses and canoes, horse gelding, and serving as riverboat helmsman, diplomat to the Indians, and boon companion to LewisÑin addition to the hunting and interpreting for which he was specifically hired. Skarsten also pays detailed attention to Drouillard's fur-trade activities, including his trial for the murder of Bissonette, his attempt to trade with the Blackfeet, and later his death at their hands in 1810. Robert C. Carriker's introduction to this edition includes information on Skarsten, an evaluation of his treatment of Drouillard, and new information on Drouillard revealed since the book's original publication in 1964. M. O. Skarsten, a professor emeritus at Pacific University, was a long-time admirer and student of Lewis and Clark affairs. Robert C. Carriker, historian of the fur trade, Lewis and Clark, and Western exploration, is the author of several books, including America Looks West: Lewis and Clark on the Missouri. "In the parlance of our day, Droullard seems to have been Lewis and Clark's go to man. Somehow or other, he seems to always have been present at the critical junctures of the expedition. . . . Fine book."ÑGlenn M. Busset, Manhattan Mercury "Skarsten does an excellent job of assembling the patchwork quilt of references to Drouillard in order to fashion a biography of a great frontiersman."ÑSan Francisco Corral (Key Words: ). book. Bookseller Inventory # 66031X2

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