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Osborne Russell"s Journal of a Trapper

by Osborne Russell

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Published by University of Nebraska Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history: c 1800 to c 1900,
  • Biography: general,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • USA,
  • General,
  • United States - Antebellum Era,
  • Adventurers & Explorers

  • Edition Notes

    Bison Book

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7905459M
    ISBN 100803251661
    ISBN 109780803251663

    Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper edited by Aubrey L Haines. Oregon Historical Society, Hardcover. Limited to copies. Glassine DJ. The Journal of a Trapper is perhaps the best account of the life of a fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its peak. In , Osborne Russell joined an expedition from Boston, which proceeded to the Rocky Mountains to capitalize on the lucrative salmon and fur trade. Beginning at the age of 20, he detailed the life of a trapper in his journal and recorded his adventures through treacherous terrain, encounters with dangerous wildlife, and confrontations with the natives of the Rockies.

    Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey , 'perhaps the best account of the fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its peak. It is a factual, unembellished narrative written by one who was not only a trapper but also a keen observer and an able writer'/5(). Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper by Russell, Osborne and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

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Osborne Russell"s Journal of a Trapper by Osborne Russell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Journal of a Trapper is one of the most important first hand accounts of the mountain man era. In it, Russell provides a detailed narrative describing the day-to-day life of an ordinary trapper in the Rocky Mountains. The Journal begins when Russell hired on with Nathaniel Wyeth's second expedition to the by: 9.

Journal of a Trapper Or Nine Years Residence among the Rocky Mountains Between the years of and () Osborne Russell. out of 5 stars Kindle : Russell Osborne. Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey'perhaps the best account of the fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its is a factual, unembellished narrative written by one who was not only a trapper but also a keen observer and an able writer'/5().

Russell’s journal reflects the complex character of Osborne Russells Journal of a Trapper book of the independent men of that era: adventurous, tough, and resourceful. He was a politician in Oregon when he decided to write about his earlier life as a trapper in the Rockies, and he retained the authentic “voice of the West.”Released on: Ma Osborne Russell was a New England born man who left to find his destiny in the Rocky Mountains in the s and s.

He spent 9 years living with friendly Indians, trapping, riding, fighting hostile Indians, working for various fur companies, and keeping a daily diary. This book is his (basically) unedited diary, and it's a treasure/5.

This book was first published in (), has pages, 33 chapters but no maps or photos. The book narrates OSBORNE RUSSELL's (born in Maine and died on in California) adventures in the Rocky Mountains from to /5(). Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey L.

Haines, "perhaps the best account of the fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its peak. It is a factual, unembellished narrative written by one who was not only a trapper but also a keen observer and an able writer."5/5(1).

Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper | 'Reader, if you are in search of a Classical and Scientific tourist, please to lay this Volume down, and pass on, for this simply informs you what a Trapper has seen and experienced.

But if you wish to peruse a Hunter's rambles among the wild regions of the Rocky Mountains, please to read this and forgive the authors foibles and imperfections Brand: Bison Books.

Journal of a Trapper by Osborne Russell, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® InOsborne Russell joined an expedition from Boston, under the direction of Nathaniel J. Wyeth, which proceeded to the Rocky Mountains to capitalize Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: Kismet Publishing.

Osborne Russell's journal covering the years to is, in the words of editor Aubrey L. Haines, "perhaps the best account of the fur trapper in the Rocky Mountains when the trade there was at its peak.

It is a factual, unembellished narrative written by one who was not only a trapper but also a keen observer and an able writer.". This is by far one of the best books that a fur trade re-enactor can read.

It is also a must read for the modern beaver trapper as well. Osborne describes the everyday events of the fur brigades in their heyday. If you are a buckskinner, living historian, trapper or just an old west history buff then this is a MUST have!Cited by: 9.

Journal of a Trapper: Or, Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains, by Osborne Russell, Lem A. YorkPages: Buy Journal of a Trapper (Bison Book) by Russell, Osborne, Haines, Aubrey L. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). Osborne Russell was a New England born man who left to find his destiny in the Rocky Mountains in the s and s. He spent 9 years living with friendly Indians, trapping, riding, fighting hostile Indians, working for various fur companies, and keeping a daily diary.

This book is his (basically) unedited diary, and it's a treasure/5(). A place described by Osborne Russell in Forrest’s favorite book, The Journal of a Trapper, as a beautiful valley filled with wildlife, history and significance to the Native Americans.

Even now there are tales of spots in the Lamar that few people have ever seen, like the Fairyland Basin [ YouTube ]. Russell eventually went to California. Although not published until well after the establishment of Yellowstone National Park, Osborne's Journal of a Trapper contains an early description of Yellowstone and surrounding areas.

Works. Russell, Osborne and Aubrey L. :Maine. Journal of a Trapper Or Nine Years Residence among the Rocky Mountains Between the years of and Comprising A general description of the Country, Climate, Rivers, Lakes, Mountains, etc The nature and habits of Animals, Manners and Customs of Indians and a Complete view of the life led by a Hunter in those regions.

Journal of a Trapper by Osborne Russell, Aubrey L Haines (Editor) starting at $ Journal of a Trapper has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace4/5(2). Buy Journal of a Trapper by Osborne Russell online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 4 editions - starting at $ Shop now.4/5(2).

"The sight of danger is less hideous than the thought of it." This rambling and almost punctuation-free journal of the life of a Rocky Mountains trapper at the tail end of his profession's heyday is difficult to read at times, and often devolves into mere listing of distances traveled and landmarks passed, but when he gets into the actual narratives of his life, few firsthand sources of the /5.

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Author: Bookrags. The Paperback of the Journal of a Trapper: Nine Years in the Rocky Mountains by Osborne Russell at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on Brand: Enhanced Media Publishing. Journal of a Trapper: Or Nine Years Residence among the Rocky Mountains between the Years of and is the recollections of a frontiersman.

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