Paintings depicting a journey by mountain men to the animal fur-traders' rendezvous of 1837.
United States USA Date:1966 Duration:3 min 9 sec Sound:Yes
A film includes accounts of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803–1806) and a journey to animal fur-traders' rendezvous in the Green River Valley, Wyoming in 1837. The Missouri River Basin and the Rocky Mountains in the area. Interiors of a house showing beads, fur clothing, North West Indian guns of the Fur Trade Era. Drawing of a mountain man who roamed the North American rocky mountains. A painting by American painter Alfred Jacob Miller depicts a journey to the animal fur-traders' rendezvous in the Green River Valley, Wyoming in 1837. Paintings depict that the rendezvous was organized by American fur company and provided mountain men and Native Americans with an opportunity to come together to exchange their furs for supplies that would sustain them through the winter. Paintings depicting buffalo hunts by men.
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