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Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, Man of Two Worlds

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3.8 out of 5
Based on 13 Ratings and 10 Reviews

Book Description
Charbonneau (1805-1866) was a man of two worlds, Anglo/Indian and genteel/frontiersman. How he balanced those differences made him an extraordinary person in the American West. Sacagawea's son, he rode in his Shoshone mother's cradleboard for 4,000 perilous miles with Lewis and Clark (1804-06), but that was only his beginning. The extensively researched text, based on documents gathered from archi... More
Book Information
PublisherCreateSpace
BindingPaperback
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages250
ISBN-101594578680
ISBN-13978-1594578687
Publication Date01/19/2005
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About Michael Lance Ritter (Author) : Michael Lance Ritter is a published author. A published credit of Michael Lance Ritter is Jean Baptiste Charbonneau, Man of Two Worlds.
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4/11/2010 Bruce Stacy said: Son of Sacajawea and a french fur trapper Toussaint Charbonneau an interesting historical biography that illuminates what life was like in the early nineteenth century American West.
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