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This Reckless Breed of Men (1950)

by Robert Glass Cleland

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To Keith and LOIS good companions of the river and the open road
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The beaver, whose peltry constituted the basis of the Western American fur trade, flourished in North America from the Arctic Circle to the gulfs of Mexico and California.
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Among the early mountain men—trappers and traders—to be encountered in This Reckless Breed of Men are Jedediah S. Smith, Joseph Reddeford Walker, James Ohio Pattie, Jim Bridger, William H. Ashley, Kit Carson, Captain Benjamin Bonneville, Peter Skene Ogden, William A. Sublette, Zenas Leonard, and Ewing Young. This highly acclaimed book by Robert Glass Cleland was first published in 1950.

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