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CHAPTER CONTENTS

JEAN BAPTISTE CHARBONNEAU, MAN OF TWO WORLDS​
 

Preface​
Introduction​


1. SACAGAWEA AND TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU​
    A wilderness couple in the northern plains​
2. AMERICANS IN THE VILLAGES​
    The explorers arrive, the Charbonneaus join in​
3. ON THE VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY​
    The column struggles, a different view, intimacies​
4. CLARK, JEAN BAPTISTE & THE CHARBONNEAUS​
    Clark beseeches the parents, bonds, life’s tolls​
5. THE SAGA OF TOUSSAINT CHARBONNEAU​
    Clark’s friend, the early West, his contributions​
6. JEAN BAPTISTE WITH CLARK IN ST. LOUIS​
    Life with the most important man in the West​
7. AWAY TO EUROPE​
    Two companions in a German kingdom​
8. INTO THE OPEN WEST​
    A crucial decision, visceral life in the wilderness​
9. BENT’S FORT​
    Life at the great crossroads, an army expedition​
10. THE WAR WITH MEXICO​
    A dubious conflict, an epic desert march​
11. POSTWAR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA​
    Anarchy, ranchero reign, a heady challenge​
12. THE ALCALDE​
    Jean Baptiste’s diplomatic, analytic skills emerge​
13. THE GREATEST RUSH OF ALL​
    The gold camps, old friends, settling down​
14. LISTENING TO THE WIND​
An ancient message, into the Great Basin



Epilogue​
Appendix i          Clark and Settlement Conflict​
Appendix ii         Finance, Land and Manifest Destiny​
Appendix iii        Creating a Myth​
Appendix iv        Baptiste's Descendants​
Sources​
Index

The book is 248 pages in length.​

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