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Chardon"s journal at Fort Clark, 1834-1839

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Missouri River Valley,
  • North Dakota,
  • Fort Clark (N.D.),
  • Missouri River Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Chardon, Francis A., d. 1848 -- Diaries,
    • Fur traders -- Missouri River Valley -- Diaries,
    • Fur trade -- Missouri River Valley -- History -- 19th century,
    • Frontier and pioneer life -- Missouri River Valley,
    • Indians of North America -- Missouri River Valley -- History -- 19th century,
    • Mandan Indians -- Missouri River Valley -- History -- 19th century,
    • Missouri River Valley -- Description and travel,
    • North Dakota -- Description and travel,
    • Fort Clark (N.D.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited with historical introduction and notes by Annie Heloise Abel ; introduction to the Bison Books edition by William R. Swagerty.
      ContributionsAbel, Annie Heloise, 1873-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF598 .C48 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationlxviii, 458 p. :
      Number of Pages458
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL991267M
      ISBN 100803263759
      LC Control Number96029657


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Columbia Journals, Bicentennial Edition. Chardon’s Journal at Ft. Clark: – Pierre: Published under the auspices of Lawrence K. Fox, superintendent, Department of History, State of South Dakota. Oolichan Books and the Institute for Research on Public Policy.

Peter Matthiesen. Penguin Books. Chardon, Francis. Chardon’s Journal at Fort Clark, – Her classic book, originally published in as the third volume of The Slaveholding Indians, makes clear how the Indians became the victims of uprootedness and privation, Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, F.

Chardon Edited by Annie Heloise Abel Introduction by William R. Swagerty. Cherokee Women. About the Book. The American Fur Trade of the Far West is the premier history of its subject.

Its publication in invited historians and general readers to look more closely at the intricate connec-tions of the fur trade with the development of North America. Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, F. Chardon Edited by Annie. Publishes books and journals especially in American history, the American West, and Native American studies.

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Chardon kept a journal of both his business transactions and his life at Fort Clark from to These excerpts from Chardon’s journal describe the daily life, boredom, and dangers of life at Fort Clark as well as the business transactions. Publishes books and journals especially in American history, the American West, and Native American studies.

"[Abel's] story is a tragic one, but leaving it untold would be a greater tragedy. Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, F. Chardon Edited by Annie Heloise Abel Introduction by William R.

Swagerty. Up from These Hills. The Great Plains smallpox epidemic spanned throughbut reached its height after the spring of when an American Fur Company steamboat, the S.S. Peter, carried infected people and supplies into the Missouri Valley. More than 17, Indigenous people died along the Missouri River alone, with some bands becoming nearly extinct.

Disease: Smallpox. SOURCES: Francis A. Chardon (Chardon, Francis A., Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, ; Descriptive of Life on the Upper Missouri, of a Fur Trader's Experiences Among the Mandans, Gros Ventres, and Their Neighbors; of the Ravages of the Small Pox Epidemic of ).

Annie Heloise Abel was an American educator. He worked as a teacher and historian known for her studies of Native Americans. Mato-tope (also known as Ma-to-toh-pe or Four Bears, from mato "bear" and tope "four") (c.

- July 30, ) was the second chief of the Mandan tribe to be known as "Four Bears," a name he earned after charging the Assiniboine tribe during battle with the strength of four bears. Four Bears lived in the first half of the 19th century on the upper Missouri River in what is now North memoriesbythesmile.comtion: chief of the Mandan tribe.

Rocky Mountain Rendezvous (A History of the Fur Trade Rendezvous ). For first hand descriptions of the epidemic and the reaction of personal at Fort Union and Fort Clark see: Chardon, Francis A. Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, Edited by Annie Abel. Published by Bison Books as a reprint of the edition.

Larpenteur, Charles. Forty Years a Fur Trader. Published by Francis P. Harper, New York. Francis Chardon, in his Journal at Fort Clark –, wrote that the Gros Ventres (ie. Hidatsa), "swear vengeance against all the Whites, as they say the small pox was brought here by the S[team] B[oat]." (Chardon, Journal, p.

Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, by F. Chardon, Annie Heloise Abel and William R. Swagerty (Feb 28, ) Chardon and Chardon Township (Images of America) by Debbie Chuha, Bill Jackson and Chardon Bicentennial Celebration Steering Committee (Nov 28, ).

Sources Cited. Abbot & Hollenberg. Abbot, Isabella A., and George J. Hollenberg. Stanford University Press, Abel (CJ) Abel, Annie Heloise.

Chardon's Journal at Fort Clark, – Pierre: State of South Dakota, Abel (TD) in brackets with numbers refers to a species item number in the book. APS (Arch) American. Footnotes. 1 Frank H. Hodder, ed., The Present State of European Settlements on the Mississippi by Captain Philip Pittman (Cleveland, ), 2 A.

P. Nasatir, Before Lewis and Clark (St. Louis, ), I, 3 Failing to establish a foothold in the Blackfoot country and its party attacked by the Arikara inthe Rocky Mountain Fur Company abandoned the Upper Missouri and.The population figure of indigenous peoples of the Americas before the Spanish voyage of Christopher Columbus has proven difficult to establish.

Scholars rely on archaeological data and written records from European settlers. Most scholars writing at the end of the 19th century estimated that the pre-Columbian population was as low as 10 million; by the end of the 20th century most.The Hidatsa tribe was one party in the Treaty of Fort Laramie, Along with the Mandan and the Arikara, they got a treaty on land north of Heart River.

Eleven years later, the Three Tribes would not inhabit a single summer village in the treaty area.