This is a list of explorers, trappers, guides, and other frontiersmen of the North American frontier, known as "Mountain Men", from 1807–1848.
Apr 25, 2016 ... 6 Legendary Mountain Men of the American Frontier ... were small bands of fur trappers, traders and explorers known as “mountain men. ... to the Pacific Ocean and back as part of Lewis and Clark's famed Corps of Discovery.
Oct 26, 2014 ... See a collection of the 10 roughest and toughest mountain men to ever ... His name became famous after being hired by John C. Fremont as an ...
Index to articles and summaries of the hundreds of Explorers, Trappers, Scouts, and Mountain Men of the American West.
May 16, 2016 ... This might help explain why this one former slave went on to become one of the most famous mountain men of the West. Born into slavery in ...
Mountain Men, Fur Trappers in search of beaver and fortunes were brave individuals ... Fur Trapper, Fur Trader and Army scout among famous mountain men .
Nov 26, 2015 ... The men who cut the paths that became wagon routes for the pioneers have long fascinated filmgoers and filmmakers. Here are 10 mountain ...
This board is dedicated to Famous Mountain Men, Woodsmen and Bushcrafters like Horace Kephart, George Washington Pearce, Jedidiah Smith, Daniel Boone ...
Oct 31, 2016 ... I'd say that when it comes to mountain men and fur trappers, we don't ... I find this interesting, as the famous William Sublette that we know was ...