The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846 ePub download
by David J Weber
- ISBN: 0806109440
- ISBN13: 978-0806109442
- ePub: 1394 kb | FB2: 1377 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press; First Edition edition (1971)
- Pages: 263
- Rating: 4.1/5
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David Weber has written a very detailed work on the Taos trapper
David Weber has written a very detailed work on the Taos trapper. It was a fascinating period of gradual admission that Mexico's government could not control a territory that was inexorably pre conquered by men whose allegiance remained with the United States. With the declaration of war in 1846 trappers that had settled throughout New Mexico, California and as far north as Oregon would provide a reliable 5th column containing many knowledgeable guides to the United States Army for the conquest of what would become the American Southwest. 6 people found this helpful.
Fur trade - New Mexico - Taos - History, Fur trade - Southwest, New - History. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press.
The Taos Trappers book. In this comprehensive history, David J. Weber draws on Spanish, Mexican, and American sources to describe the development of the Taos trade and the early penetration of the area by French and American trappers.
Author: Weber, David J; Format: Book; xiii, 263 p. illus. The Taos trappers; the fur trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846 David J. Weber. Book, Online - Google Books.
In this comprehensive history, David J. Weber draws on Spanish, Mexican, and American . Great Book on Taos Area Fur Trade History. Weber draws on Spanish, Mexican, and American sources to describe the development of the Taos trade and the early. This is the classic study of the fur trade in the southwest and covers New Mexico, Arizona, eastern Utah, and southern Colorado. A must read if you are interested in the fur trade. com User, March 12, 2008. The notes are awesome!!
In this comprehensive history, David J.
Webber, David J. Published by Norman, 1971. Publication Date: 1971. Book Condition: Good. Condition: Good Hardcover. From T A Swinford, Bookseller (Sun city west, AZ, . Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: Cwo, defered billing to known dealers, reciprocal discount.
This Southwest trade in soft furs is the focus of this work. 2 As cited in David J. Weber, The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1982), 15. 3 Ibid. Foreigners saw the value in trading furs in the Southwest while it was under the control. 4 It is important to note that the term Southwest emerged after the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo of 1848 as a reference to the southwestern part of the United States.
David Weber was the oldest child of Theodore Carl Weber and Frances Jean; he had two younger brothers . Weber earned a master's degree in 1964 and a doctorate in 1967, with the dissertation The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540-1846.
David Weber was the oldest child of Theodore Carl Weber and Frances Jean; he had two younger brothers and a sister. He was born on December 20, 1940, in Buffalo, New York and raised in nearby Cheektowaga. After several years of Catholic school, Weber finished his education in local public schools. He graduated from Maryvale High School in 1958.