You might have heard of Fort Bridger and the Bridger-Teton National Forest. In this engaging, nonfiction tale, students will read about the man who gave his name to these places. As a fur trapper, Bridger was one of the first white men to see Great Salt Lake and part of today's Yellowstone National Park. As a scout and guide, Bridger led pioneers across the rugged frontier. Students will learn about his legacy through clear, straightforward text and compelling primary source illustrations.
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Frontiersman and Mountain Guide
Famous Explorers of the American West