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ISBN:093330725X
Author: Richard E Jensen
ISBN13: 978-0933307254
Title: The Fontenelle and Cabanne trading posts: The history and archeology of two Missouri River sites, 1822-1838
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Language: English
Publisher: Nebraska State Historical Society; First Edition edition (1998)
Pages: 169

The Fontenelle and Cabanne trading posts: The history and archeology of two Missouri River sites, 1822-1838 by Richard E Jensen



The Fontenelle and Cabanne trading posts: The history and archeology of two Missouri River sites, 1822-1838. ISBN 9780933307254 (978-33307-25-4) Softcover, Nebraska State Historical Society, 1998. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

Cabanne's Trading Post was established in 1822 by the American Fur Company as Fort Robidoux near present-day Dodge Park in North Omaha, Nebraska, United States. It was named for the influential fur trapper Joseph Robidoux Located 10 miles north of Omaha, Nebraska; six miles south of Fort Atkinson, and 2 miles south of Fort Lisa, Cabanné's Post was an . .Jensen, M. (1999) The Fontenelle and Cabanné Trading Posts: The History and Archeology of Two Missouri River Sites, 1822-1838, Nebraska State Historical Society.

In 1822 Joshua Pilcher of the Missouri Fur Company built a fur trading post on the west bank of the Missouri River to trade with the local Native American tribes of Omaha, Otoe, Missouri and Pawnee. Fur trading in the United States was not regulated by governments, and fur traders competed madly for the lucrative business, enticing the American Indians with various trade goods and often liquor. At first Pilcher competed with John Jacob Astor's Cabanné's Post of the American Fur Company (AFC) north of Bellevue  . Richard E. Jensen, The Fontenelle and Cabanné Trading Posts: The History and Archeology of Two Missouri River Sites, 1822-1838, Nebraska State Historical Society, 1998. v. t. e. Pioneer Omaha. It was named for the influential fur trapper Joseph Robidoux Cabanne Archeological Site. National Register of Historic Places. Coordinates: 41°22′32″N 95°57′31″W, 4. 7556°N 9. 5861°W, 4. 7556; -9. 5861.

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219. The Fontenelle & Cahanne Trading Posts: The History and Archeology of Two Missouri River Sites. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, 1998. ix+169 pp. Tables, figures, maps, plates, notes, references. More than a mere archeological site report, this volume is an important contribution to the history and archeology of the fur trade of the American West. It tells the story of two early nineteenth-century trading posts that operated, sometimes in competition with one another, during the same approximate time and in the same region. Cabanne's Post was situated near the mouth of Ponca Creek north of present-day Omaha, Nebraska. Fontenelle's was located about fifteen miles to the south and gave one of its several historical names to the present city of Bellevue.