The Lure of the Black Hills (Classic Reprint)

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Important trails from the Rocky Moun tains, from the great plains east and west and from the mysterious Bad Lands and Black Hills crossed here, and all the furs caught by red and white trappers on the far away headwaters of the big muddy Missouri passed through Fort Pierre. The Indians brought to it thousands of buffalo Skins and tons of meat, tallow, and buffalo tongues to barter all for the goods which the traders brought up from St. Louis.

Travelers, government officials, and S01 diers bound for the western Indian country, always Stopped here. Many other noted men also visited Old Fort Pierre. The artist, Catlin, who arrived on the first steamboat in 1832, painted some of his famous Indian pic tures at Fort Pierre, and the great Audubon studied here the birds and animals of the plains in 1843.

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