She fell in love with a trapper and he took her back to what we all describe as civilization.
Baraboo was named in honour of Jean Baribault, an early French trapper, and was chartered as a city in 1882.
The abundance of game made the region between the lakes and the Mississippi a favourite hunting ground of the Indians, and later a productive field for the trapper and fur trader.
Almost half a century later, in the winter of 1824-25, James Bridger, a trapper, discovered the Great Salt Lake while seeking the source of the Bear river.
The traveller on the prairie is naturally a hunter, on the head waters of the Missouri and Columbia a trapper, and at the Falls of St. Mary a fisherman.
Mead is the leader in school supplies and produces not only the Mead brand name, but also popular product lines including Five Star, Trapper, Cambridge, and Académie.
It's always best to dust your mini blinds with a duster or dust trapper, if you have allergies.
The coal owners were much too thrifty to supply candles to trapper boys.
The following year he became a trapper at the Victoria Colliery.
An ornamented cloth covering for a war horse was called a trapper.
Figures include a Canadian trapper, a Zulu warrior, a turbaned Indian an Australian farmer and a New Zealand Maori.
Mba was a very good trapper and loved hunting, but he had no farm.
Smith was fortunate to meet Hezekiah Burkitt, a knowledgeable black man, who taught him secrets of the fur trapper trade.
A double-breasted navy jacket was teamed with a round red fur trimmed skirt, cowgirl boots and checked red trapper hat.
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