"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015). Hugh Glass, ed J. E. Hall.
"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015)
"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015)
"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015)
"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015)

"The Missouri Trapper" in The Port Folio, March 1825: first published account of the narrative that is the basis for "The Revenant" movie of 2015)

Philadelphia: Harrison Hall, 1825. Hardcover. Appears to be the full issue of March 1825, lacking the original wraps which would have had the publisher's information, etc., now bound in modern cloth, gilt stamped on front cover, paginated 177-264, with "Letters from the West no. XIV, the Missouri Trapper" printed on pp. 214-219, and including a vivid account of Glass's encounter with a bear that is also the centerpiece of the movie. Very Good. Item #H15893

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