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Four Years in the Rockies ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Four Years in the Rockies Author James B. Marsh – The hunters and trappers of the far west were a brave hardy and adventurous set of men and they had peculiarities in their characters that cannot be found in any other people Their character is a comp The hunters and trappers in the eBook ✓ of the far west were a brave hardy and adventurous set of men and they had peculiarities in their characters that cannot be found in any other people Their character is a compound of two extremes — recklessness and caution — and isolation from the world makes them at all times self reliant From the time they leave civilization they — metaphorically speaking — carry their lives in their hands Four Years PDF \ In moments of the greatest peril or under the most trying circumstances they never lose their presence of mind but are ready to take advantage of any incident that may occur to benefit themselves or foil their enemies James Marsh’s fascinating book gives brilliant insight into the life of Isaac P Rose who was one such man who forged his own path in the wilderness of the far west Four Years in the Rockies is Years in the PDF ☆ a wonderful account of one mountain man’s life at the height of the fur industry in the nineteenth century as he overcomes adversity learns from those around him including famous figures like Kit Carson and Nathaniel Wyeth and becomes one of the most successful trappers of the Rockies During the course of these years Rose overcomes extremely tough conditions survives meetings with some of the most dangerous animals to be found in North America and almost loses an arm during a skirmish with some Native Americans This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the nineteenth century fur trade and the adventurers who risked their lives to be part of it Isaac Rose returned east after his stint in the fur trade and passed away in This book was published thirty years later in .

10 thoughts on “Four Years in the Rockies

  1. Jim White Jim White says:

    Pretty Much Non stop ActionThe Rocky Mountain trapper in this case Isaac Rose was as tough and hearty as they come If they weren't they didn't live long This book makes it clear the worst enemy of the trappers was the Blackfeet Indians Really an interesting and entertaining book

  2. shari lee shari lee says:

    A wonderful narritive of those who pioneered the westWhile written over a century and a half ago this narrative the trappers that populated the Rockies in the early to mid 1800's was exceedingly informative I learned so much about our country's beginnings not known at all before

  3. John Luten John Luten says:

    A Well written AccountIt was written in a fast moving pace It covered the four years relatively well The language used was good with no profanity It was so written one could pretty well picture what was going on It was a nice relaxing fread Well do

  4. mike walters mike walters says:

    While this is a t tragic subject it seems to be 'repeated hout the years It shames me I guess greed is a human factor that we must accept At least it seems to be repeated throughout history

  5. Kay Schmitz Kay Schmitz says:

    A True AdventureThere is a very clear message in the endAn amazing story of survival I never knew there were so many tribes of indians

  6. mike lopez mike lopez says:

    Interesting adventureAnother great read of adventure just makes you want to experience that frontier life yourself Even though the hardships these men went through if you are the outdoor type you will see what I mean

  7. Mai-Lan Hanley Mai-Lan Hanley says:

    Excellent description of the place and timeVery readable and absorbing narrative of a man with an adventurous nature and his four years adventure in the Rocky Mountains as a trapper

  8. Robert Van buhler iii Robert Van buhler iii says:

    Another entertaining read about a Mountain Man trapper The the merrier

  9. Jeremy Rippy Jeremy Rippy says:

    Very interesting I enjoy books about the area of the United States I am from and familiar with A perspective of life almost lost

  10. Vince Pillig Vince Pillig says:

    Someone I never heard of ?Very interesting Never heard of this individual but it was a good read seems accurate depicts the adventures of that time

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