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Very interesting site, with a broad range of historical information about mountain men, trappers, rendezvous, re-enactors, Native American history, and much more. Nice photo library of old Native American images, and some really nice images of rendezvous in the US and Finland. As Frank puts it, "Internet is full of websites that offer most interesting things and facts. One thing I too often see is pages with false information about North-American Indians or some other characters of the Old West. For example, you might see a picture of Dull Knife and text below the picture says: Lakota Chief... or you might read from somewhere that Billy The Kid killed 21 men... ...aaaarghh... So this is the reason I build this website, to help people know how things really were.." Check the site out when you have some time, it's worth the trip! The above link will take you to the rendezvous and re-enactment images.
Selected paintings of these two well-known artists of the early 1800s. An accompanying narrative discusses their work & its relevance to the time.
Over 300 of Catlin's works. Most with images, even a history of their display and ownership.
Comprising the series of original paintings to illustrate the text, by Karl Bodmer. This link takes you to The American Mountain Man Association web page where they have directly linked to several of these images in various museums & libraries.
Gallery of 16 images, including: Jim Bridger, Jedediah Smith & Kit Carson. This link takes you to The American Mountain Man Association web page where they have created this gallery.