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The Whoop-Up Trail

B. M. Bower

The Whoop-Up Trail

by B. M. Bower

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Published by Chivers North America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Westerns

  • Edition Notes

    Gunsmoke Westerns

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9491210M
    ISBN 100745146228
    ISBN 109780745146225

    The Whoop-up Trail. [B M Bower] -- Young Chip Bennett and a small string of horses sets out along the Whoop-up Trail in search of his older brother, developing from a . The Whoop-Up Trail: Early Days in Alberta Montana Paperback – Jan. 1 by Gerald L. Berry (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from 1/5(1).

    Whoop-Up Trail The wilderness plains north of the “Medicine Line” possessed relatively untouched bison herds in the early s. The Ft. Benton “Merchant Princes of the Upper Missouri” (I. G. Baker, the Conrad Brothers, Hamilton, Healy, Power, etc.) devised a plan to wrestle the hides from these herds and from the last Blackfeet stronghold. Send Email. Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Whoop-Up Trail: International Highway on the Great Plains' and will not need an account to access the content.

    Whiskey-Runnin’ Whoop-Up Trail March Candy Moulton The landscape along the Whoop-Up Trail was “rolling prairie, cut up occasionally by collies [coulees]—covered with short, dried up grass and prickly pear—no other vegetation, and not a stick of wood between the Marias and Belly Rivers,” American prospector Charles Schafft said. Whoop-Up Trail Monument Whoop-Up Trail Monument is a park in Montana and has an elevation of feet. Whoop-Up Trail Monument is situated nearby to Fort Benton, close to .


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WHOOP-UP TRAIL. Although the origins of the name Whoop-Up Trail are unclear, the fabled history and significance of this trail, which ran from Fort Benton in Montana to the notorious whiskey fort, Fort Whoop-Up (Fort Hamilton), and later Fort Macleod on the Oldman River in Canada, are not debated.

Playing an important role in the history of the U.S.-Canadian frontier from the s until the late. The Trail That Made Fort Benton Mercantile Owners Rich Written by Suzanne Waring The Whoop-Up Trail connected Fort Benton, Montana, to what is known today as southern Alberta.

When asked, many will wonder aloud whether the Whoop-Up Trail had something to do with prohibition and the illegal transportation of alcohol. Prohibition occurred from to [ ]. Fort Whoop-Up, a seven-day ride from Fort Benton, was easily the best known and certainly the most colorful of the whiskey trading outposts that pocked the Whoop-Up Trail, though other posts bore equally memorable names, such as Forts Slide-Out, Stand-Off and Robbers’ Roost.

Whoop-Up Bug Juice, made of a combination of alcohol, ginger, molasses and red pepper spiced with chewing tobacco and boiled into “firewater,” was among the legendary products.

A jug of bug juice could cost as much as two horses when supplies were tight. History comes alive at Fort Whoop-Up this summer, and guests are invited to step back in time and experience a taste of Life on the Whoop-Up Trail. Enjoy an evening of entertainment, and hear intriguing stories about the Blackfoot, Métis, Canadians and American Whisky traders in the late date: Conrad High School - Whoop Up Trail Yearbook (Conrad, MT), Covers 1 - 4 | has the largest online yearbook collection of college, university, high school, middle school, junior high school, military, naval cruise books and yearbooks.

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In the frontier days before the railroads penetrated the western plains, the Whoop-Up Trail was a high road of adventure and commerce. The Whoop-up Trail (Alberta-Montana relationships) Item Preview Internet Archive Language English.

24 cm Bibliography: p. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by stationcebu on Pages: Beginning in Fort Benton, Montana the Whoop-Up Trail roughly paralleled the Old North Trail, traveling across a rolling prairie, cut up by coulees, and covered with prickley pear cactus and short prairie grass.

Book Description: In the frontier days before the railroads penetrated the western plains, the Whoop-Up Trail was a high road of adventure and commerce. It led Indians, traders, and cattlemen into a great interior market stretching northward from the Missouri River in Montana to the Bow River valley in the Canadian province of Alberta.

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The Whoop-Up Trail, B M Bower,Triangle Books. Item Information. The Whoop-Up Trail, B M Bower,Triangle Books. Condition: Good+ Condition for this vintage hdbk book. Cover shows minor wear to spine ends and corners. Small bleach stain along bottom edge of back Rating: % positive.

The Whoop-Up Trail was a trade route between Fort Benton, northeast of Great Falls, Montana and Fort Macleod in Alberta, Canada. Fort Benton, a National Historic Landmark and the oldest settlement in Montana, was established in the s as a trade hub along the.

The Whoop-Up Trail, also known as the Macleod-Benton Trail was a wagon road that connected Fort Benton, Montana to Fort Hamilton in Alberta. The trail was initially a trade route between Montana and the southern region of Alberta, then known as Rupert's Land, originally controlled by the Hudson's Baynegotiations were taking place to transfer political control to Canada.

The Whoop-up Trail: Early Days in Alberta-- Montana Gerald L. Berry, Carlton Ross Stewart, Lethbridge Historical Society Lethbridge Historical Society, - Alberta - 68 pages.

The Whoop-Up Trail: Bower, B.M.: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello 4/5(1). The Whoop-up Trail split at mile Butte [now Temple Hill, Raymond], with the northerly branch going to The Coal Banks [now Lethbridge] and on to Fort Macleod and Calgary regions.

The southerly fork to Fort Whoop-Up, Slide-out and other posts fell into disuse. [Source: Lethbridge place names and points of interest].Author: Rhys Stevens.Find great deals on eBay for whoop-up. Shop with confidence.