Publication: Arthur H Clark Co, 2005, Spokane
First Edition. Cloth. 203pp. Illustrations. Map. Bibliography. Index. An interesting and thoroughly researched biography. Born of Sagajawea, fathered by Toussaint Charboneau, and raised by guardian, William Clark, Jean-Baptiste Charboneau lived a unique and interesting life. He journeyed from North Dakota to the Pacific and back in the arms of his mother and remained at the forefront of western expansion his entire life-from his infancy with the Corps of Discovery, to his years as a fur trader and mountain man on the upper Missouri and the Santa Fe Trail, to his guidance of the Mormon Battalion and administrative term in southern California, and finally to his gold rush years near Sacramento. As new.
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