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Scotsman in Buckskin

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    Mae Reed Porter(Author),Odessa Davenport(Author)

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Mae Reed Porter, noted student of Western Americana, assembled the material for "Ruxton of the Rockies". --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • By Roger O. Blevins on June 14, 2013

    I've always been interested in Sir William Drummond Stewart, and this biography filled in many details of his life of which I was previously unaware. Much of the documentation came from "Fourty Years a Fur Trader" (below) and reading that volume first is both helpful and interesting. This is a must for students of the western furtrade of the 1800s.

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