trading post at Fort

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  • His family relocated to Wyoming and his father opened a trading post at Fort Bridger. ...
  • During the next four years, he ran a cattle business with his brother Ben, and operated the trading post at Fort Apache. ...
  • At this point, the now larger company took the established Oregon Trail toward the trading post at Fort Bridger. ...
  • After the British took over New France, he entered the fur trade and operated a trading post at Fort Michilimackinac.
  • They established a trading post at Fort Christina, now in Wilmington, Delaware. ...
  • A secondary goal of the colony was to help defend Alta California against perceived Russian colonial ambitions from the trading post at Fort Ross. ...
  • The British had captured the important American trading post at Fort Mackinac by surprise in the Siege of Fort Mackinac early in the war. ...
  • In 1803, Robidoux's father sent him to organize a trading post at Fort Dearborn, the site of present-day Chicago. ...
  • During the testimony Marsh testified that Belknap and both his wives had accepted money in exchange for the lucrative trading post at Fort Sill. ...
  • When Thomas Jefferson became the United States' third president, Wells requested that he establish a trading post at Fort Wayne to encourage friendly relations with the area natives. ...
  • In 1835 Leonard returned to Independence, Missouri with enough wealth in furs to establish a store and trading post at Fort Osage. ...
  • Moreover, Claiborne's erstwhile Susquehannock trading partners took their furs to the new Swedish trading post at Fort Christina. ...
  • John Jacob's fur trading company established a Columbia River trading post at Fort Astoria in 1811, the first United States community on the Pacific coast. ...
  • Even though the British had established a trading post at Fort William (in modern day Kolkata), Bengal Presidency acquired its proper form after the Battle of Buxar in 1764. ...
  • In 1813, Sibley opened a temporary trading post at Fort Sibley, now known as the town of Arrow Rock, Missouri which remained in operation until 1822. ...
  • The primary beneficiary of this agreement was the Hudson's Bay Company, which, in 1825, established a major trading post at Fort Vancouver across the Columbia River just north of today's Portland, Oregon. ...
  • Belknap's wife Carrie, who desired to profit from these wealthy contracts, managed to secure a private trading post at Fort Sill for a personal friend from New York, Caleb P. Marsh. ...
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