Yesterday & Today

"They were now advancing diagonally upon the chain of Wind River Mountains...could they force their way through them, they might proceed in a straight line. The mountains were lofty, with snowy peaks and cragged sides; it was hoped, however, that some practicable defile might be found."

-Washington Irving's The Adventures of Captain Bonneville

Did you ever wonder what the white women from the fur trade era did? Well, if you were, I will tell you right now what they wore, what they did, and what they ate, and cooked.

First I will tell you what they wore. They wore big bonnets to keep the sun out of their eyes and for fashion styles. They also wore no...

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Supported in part by an award from the Wyoming State Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), National Archives and Records Administration.