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see Fort HallFort Hall,
trading post on the Snake River, near Pocatello, SE Idaho; est. 1834 by U.S. trader Nathaniel Wyeth. It was sold in 1836 to the Hudson's Bay Company, which occupied the post until 1856. Fort Hall was the main stopping point on the Oregon Trail W of Fort Bridger.
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Fort Hall,

trading post on the Snake River, near Pocatello, SE Idaho; est. 1834 by U.S. trader Nathaniel Wyeth. It was sold in 1836 to the Hudson's Bay CompanyHudson's Bay Company,
corporation chartered (1670) by Charles II of England for the purpose of trade and settlement in the Hudson Bay region of North America and for exploration toward the discovery of the Northwest Passage to Asia.
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, which occupied the post until 1856. Fort Hall was the main stopping point on the Oregon TrailOregon Trail,
overland emigrant route in the United States from the Missouri River to the Columbia River country (all of which was then called Oregon). The pioneers by wagon train did not, however, follow any single narrow route.
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 W of Fort Bridger. It was destroyed by floods in 1862 and 1864.
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And we turned off at Fort Hall, where the Oregon emigration went north'ard, and swung south for Californy," was his way of concluding the narrative of that arduous journey.
He said the petitioner zeroed in on Lamu Fort hall polling station no 1 of 5 and submitted that the petitioner's results were reduced by 63 votes while Muthama's votes were inflated by 28 votes.
Koilegen was sent to Fort Hall (Murang'a), Boisio to Nyeri, and Sing'oei to Meru.
Also, the book notes that Indian doctors were stationed in Fort Hall and Kiambu in the early 1920s, a time when these reserves were hotbeds of African political activity where local chiefs and activists endorsed and challenged the racial policies of the colonial state and debated the presence of Indian traders in their midst.
THE WEARY PIONEERS STRAGGLED INTO FORT HALL, A MAJOR STOP ON THE ORESON TRAIL.
Fifty-five chapters are divided into three parts: from the banks of the Missouri to Fort Laramie; from Fort Laramie to Fort Hall and Salt Lake City; from Fort Hall and Salt Lake to the Sierra Nevada.
The FMC facility lies within Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund Site and occupies more than one thousand acres of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes' Fort Hall Reservation.
But once the travelers reached Fort Hall in Idaho, the Great Trail forked, with parties headed for California separating from those en route to Oregon Territory, and the accounts become much more diverse.
Wadham came close to winning the Horse and Hound Cup with champion point-to-pointer Fort Hall in 1991 and Eleazar will bid to go one better on May 27 in what is now the W+S Recycling Stratford Foxhunters' Champion Hunters' Chase.
Her research was prompted by her exposure to current land issues on Fort Hall Reservation.
Bozeman) examination of the troubled history of the federal government's quasi-privatization of Indian lands are his interviews with landowners, poems, and photos of un/logged reservation forests and a memorial to the Lehmi Indians who were forcibly removed to the Fort Hall reservation in Idaho in the early 1900s.
May 23-25, 2008, Fort Hall, Idaho--Rachel 1-800-497-4231; email

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