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Riordan, Jim; Sue Bridger, Eds

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN (1992)

ISBN 10: 0253349907 ISBN 13: 9780253349903

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN, 1992. Cloth. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 235 pp. Tightly bound. Corners not bumped. Text is free of markings. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 014487

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Bridger, Jim

Published by University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln (1970)

ISBN 10: 0803257201 ISBN 13: 9780803257207

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About this Item: University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 1970. Softcover / Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Trade paperback. Cardstock wraps are clean and intact with light wear. Text block is clean and intact with B+W maps. 333 pages. Shipping charges may be adjusted. Photo of book provided upon request. Seller Inventory # 00032454

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RIORDIAN, Jim and BRIDGER, Sue (Eds)

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington, US

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, US. 1st edition 1992 paperback fine 235pp. Seller Inventory # 658

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Riordan, Jim; Bridger, Sue

Published by Indiana University Press (1992)

ISBN 10: 0253206960 ISBN 13: 9780253206961

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1992. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. PAPERBACK. Condition: VG. Spine is uncreased. Seller Inventory # 019955

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Riordan, Jim, and Sue Bridger, Eds.

Published by Indiana University, Bloomington (1992)

ISBN 10: 0253349907 ISBN 13: 9780253349903

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About this Item: Indiana University, Bloomington, 1992. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Light grey boards, black lettering spine/fr. cover, covers show light soiling, spine label/barcode residues clear-taped at spine base, slight bumping/wear to spine ends/corners, library stamps fep, eight various corners creased denoting light pencil underlining, else contents clean, binding tight. VG. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # 002032

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Riordan, Jim, and Sue Bridger

Published by Indiana University Press (1992)

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Trade paperback, new, but does have light shelf wear from warehouse storage. 0253206960. Seller Inventory # 78640

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Riordan, Jim; Bridger, Sue

Published by Indiana University Press, Bloomington (1992)

ISBN 10: 0253206960 ISBN 13: 9780253206961

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About this Item: Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1992. Paper Back. Condition: Very Good. The cover has light shelf wear. The edge of the book is a little scuffed in places. 235 pages. Size: Size F: 9"-10" Tall (228-254mm). Seller Inventory # 81996

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Manuscript Document Signed by John P. Sarpy: BRIDGER, JIM]: [SARPY,

About this Item: St. Louis. June 20, 1843. [1]pp., docketed on verso. Folio. Old fold lines; some separation at folds, a few repaired with older archival tape. Quite clean and bright. Good. Jim Bridger's Bad Debts A remarkable window into the business dealings of famed mountain man Jim Bridger, this signed manuscript affidavit of John P. Sarpy, testifies to his actions on behalf of the estate of fellow fur trader Henry Fraeb, who was killed by Indians in the Rocky Mountains. Sarpy, who was a partner in the major firm Pierre Chouteau &. Co., had worked closely with Fraeb and knew him well. In his affidavit he writes about the Chouteau Company's concerns about Jim Bridger, Fraeb's partner at the time of his demise, and the difficulty of getting Bridger to pay his debts. Dated at St. Louis, Sarpy's affidavit says that "on the 8th day of August last he was appointed.administrator of the estate of Henry Fraeb then lately deceased. Said Fraeb had been a trader in the mountains, & was at the time of his death in partnership with a man of the name of James Bridger, & said Bridger & Fraeb were indebted to the firm of Pierre Chouteau Jr. & Co., & it was feared by the members of said firm that unless some one became the administrator of the said Fraeb, the said Bridger might interpose difficulties in the settlement of the accounts existing between them & Bridger & Fraeb. & for the purpose of doing justice to themselves, as well as to the said Fraeb, the said Sarpy applied for letters of administration, which were granted to him as above mentioned. The said Bridger has however since this time been here & has settled in full the accounts existing between the firm of Pierre Chouteau Jr. & Co. & the said Bridger & Fraeb. And the said Sarpy says that no property has come into his hands as the administrator of the said Fraeb, although it may be that the said Fraeb has property in the [mountain?] country or in the hands of James Bridger his former partner." Though he may have been one of the greatest and most beloved mountain men of all time, Jim Bridger was not the best debt in the world, nor did Pierre Chouteau & Co. forget business. Seller Inventory # 24188

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Bridger, Jim]: [Sarpy, John]: [Fur Trade]:

Published by St. Louis. June 20, 1843. (1843)

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About this Item: St. Louis. June 20, 1843., 1843. [1]p., docketed on verso. Folio. Old fold lines; some separation at folds, a few repaired with older archival tape. Quite clean and bright. Good. A remarkable window into the business dealings of famed mountain man Jim Bridger, this signed manuscript affidavit of John P. Sarpy testifies to his actions on behalf of the estate of fellow fur trader Henry Fraeb, who was killed by Indians in the Rocky Mountains. Sarpy, who was a partner in the major firm of Pierre Chouteau & Co., had worked closely with Fraeb and knew him well. In his affidavit he writes about the Chouteau Company's concerns about Jim Bridger, Fraeb's partner at the time of his demise, and the difficulty of getting Bridger to pay his debts. Dated at St. Louis, Sarpy's affidavit says that "on the 8th day of August last he was appointed.administrator of the estate of Henry Fraeb then lately deceased. Said Fraeb had been a trader in the mountains, & was at the time of his death in partnership with a man of the name of James Bridger, & said Bridger & Fraeb were indebted to the firm of Pierre Chouteau Jr. & Co., & it was feared by the members of said firm that unless some one became the administrator of the said Fraeb, the said Bridger might interpose difficulties in the settlement of the accounts existing between them & Bridger & Fraeb. & for the purpose of doing justice to themselves, as well as to the said Fraeb, the said Sarpy applied for letters of administration, which were granted to him as above mentioned. The said Bridger has however since this time been here & has settled in full the accounts existing between the firm of Pierre Chouteau Jr. & Co. & the said Bridger & Fraeb. And the said Sarpy says that no property has come into his hands as the administrator of the said Fraeb, although it may be that the said Fraeb has property in the [mountain?] country or in the hands of James Bridger his former partner." Though he may have been one of the greatest and most beloved mountain men of all time, Jim Bridger was not the best debt in the world, nor did Pierre Chouteau & Co. forget business. Seller Inventory # WRCAM 42012

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