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ANTOINE ROBIDOUX and Fort Uncompahgre by Ken Reyher
by Ken Reyher

The Story of a Western Colorado Fur Trader.

front cover painting "Paradise", oil on canvas, copyright 1997 Dan Deuter.

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Antonie Robidoux, 1843. At home in either the latest fashions of the day or the greasy buckskins of a mountain trapper, young Antoine Robidoux  proved himself the master of both worlds.  Within four years of first entering Santa Fe, he had become a Mexican citizen, was married to the governor's daughter and had been granted the right to control trade in  what would someday become western Colorado and eastern Utah.
Contents
Preface
  • From Canada to Santa Fe
  • Roads of Commerce
  • Traders and Trade Goods
  • Competition, Horses & Slaves
  •  A Time of Change
  • A Time for War 
  • Looking Back

Bibligraphy 

  
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