Publication: Binsford & Mort, 1967, Portland
First edition. Cloth, 180pp., numerous illustrations. Maps on endpapers. Ewing Young was a most influential figure in the history of the American fur trade of the Far West. He came to Santa Fe over the trail in 1822. Young trapped throughout the West: the Southwest, California, Oregon Country. In 1837, he led a cattle drive of over 600 head of longhorns from California to Oregon. An excellent, well-researched biography. Fine copy in dust jacket.
Inventory Number: 48085