By Ross Cox
During this era the writer ascended the Columbia 9 instances, and descended it 8; wintered between a variety of tribes: was once engaged in numerous encounters with the Indians; was once misplaced fourteen days in a desolate tract, and had many different notable escapes.
He saved journals of the critical occasions which happened in the course of the higher a part of this era, the substance of as a way to be discovered imbodied within the following pages. those that like to learn of “battle, homicide, and unexpected death,” will, in his description of the risks and privations to which the lifetime of an Indian dealer is topic, locate a lot to gratify their flavor; whereas to corresponding to are keen on nature, in its rudest and so much savage kinds, he trusts his sketches of the wild and wandering tribes of Western the US will not be chanced on uninteresting.
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