Mountain Men -- The History of Fur Trapping Coloring Book

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-10-21
  • Publisher: Dover Publications

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Travel back in time to explore the wilderness with American trappers! Follow in the footsteps of frontiersmen as they seek their fortunes during the early nineteenth century in beaver-rich trapping grounds across North America. Thirty illustrations to color depict Hugh Glass (the inspiration for the award-winning 2015 movie The Revenant starring Leonardo DiCaprio), Manuel Lisa, Jedediah Strong Smith, and other intrepid trappers and their trade, including their tools and weapons as well as their encounters with explorers and both hostile and friendly Indians.

Author Biography

Jeff Prechtel has worked in the arts for more than 25 years as an illustrator, graphic designer, and Western and historical artist. He specializes in historical subject matter as well as in gothic horror.

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