(SOLD) Fur Trader George Drouillard: Interpreter for Lewis and Clark

George Drouillard, Hunter and Interpreter for Lewis and Clark and Fur Trader, 1807-1810. SKARSTEN, M.O. Glendale, (CA): Arthur H. Clark Co., 1964. Western Frontiersmen Series XI. First ed. 356pp. Seven illustrations, two folding maps, bibliography, index. 8vo. Orig. red cloth. Near fine: minor bump one corner, small indentation to front cover, very light shelf wear.

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“Drouillard played a primary role in the success of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Following that service he was a partner of Manuel Lisa in the fur trade and established several forts in the Missouri Basin. He trapped with John Colter and others on the Yellowstone, Big Horn, and other rivers. He was killed by Blackfeet in 1810.” –Clark/Brunet #232.



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