By Don. A Berry
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Ashley was not then, and never became, fond of the mountains. ) Sometime in the early spring of 1823—before Blackfoot trouble materialized on the upper river—Major Henry had sent an express downriver with the young hunter Jedediah Smith. Neither the date nor the contents of this message are accurately known; students of the trade have assumed it was a request for horses to replace those stolen by the Assiniboines. This seems unlikely, because Ashley was at the Yellowstone fort after the theft and was well aware of this need.
Rumor had it, and rumor was correct, that John Jacob Astor’s American Fur was at last planning to open an establishment in St. 2 Companies which had corporately survived the depression were increasing their capital and new partnerships were being formed. It was the biggest news on the river; the trade was coming to life. St. Louis—always a trade town—shook herself and began to take an interest in life again. Her neighbors, many of them of French peasant stock who had come west when Britain took over the east bank, called her Pain Court, Short-of-Bread, because food sometimes had to be imported.
The trunk is girdled completely around, and the tree falls in the direction in which it is tilted. Near a stream the trees generally incline slightly toward the water, and this is responsible for the beaver’s presumed precision. They make a lot of mistakes, as any naturalist can tell you. Beaver seem to have an irresistible impulse to stop flowing water; modern beaver placed in an artificial pond promptly dammed the input stream with the unfortnmate consequence of killing by flood the neighboring cottonwoods on which the colony depended for food.
A Majority of Scoundrels: An Informal History of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company by Don. A Berry