by Wyoming State Archives, Museums, and Historical Dept. in [Cheyenne] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert S. Ellison ; edited by William H. Barton ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Barton, William H., Wyoming. State Archives, Museums, and Historical Dept.|
|LC Classifications||F769.F54 E44 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||81623625|
Jim Bridger's old trading post --Fort Bridger becomes an army post --Fort Bridger as a frontier army post --Judge William A. Carter of Fort Bridger --Old Fort Bridger since --Appendix A: Commanding officers, Fort Bridger, Wyoming. Responsibility. Laura Dahlquist, First Edition. Stapled Wraps. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ tall. Near Fine. Item # 8vo., 38pp. Fabulous history of Wyoming, early Fort Bridger and Jim Bridger, including the troubles with Brigham Young and his Mormon followers. Illustrated with photographs, maps, including a two-page facsimile of a large map of Wyoming Bridger drew with charcoal on. Get this from a library! Meet Jim Bridger; a brief history of Bridger and his trading house on Black's Fork.. [Laura Dahlquist] -- "To give the busy traveler a sketch of the history of Fort Bridger, and of James Bridger, the man who founded it" -- "Author's aim," page 2. Fort Bridger was originally a 19th-century fur trading outpost established in , on Blacks Fork of the Green River, in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming, United States. It became a vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon Trail, California Trail, and Mormon Trail.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Fort Bridger was originally a 19th-century fur trading outpost established in on Blacks Fork of the Green River and later a vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon Trail, California Trail and Mormon Trail. The Army established a military post here in during the Utah War until it . This "haunting" happened when I was a tour guide and doing living history at Fort Bridger State Historic Site. Here is the backstory. The LOQ was built in and during that time there was a soldier who lived there. His name was Mack McConnell and he was still living there when the Fort was abandoned in Fort Gibson A Brief History book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fort Gibson was not only the oldest and most celebrated milita.