The SCHS/MMM continues to publish interesting, well-documented histories on the mountain men, rendezvous and fur trade era, 1820-1840.
Rocky Mountain Fur Trade Journal
The Rocky Mountain Fur Trade Journal is an academic peer-review publication intended to further the knowledge base and discussion of the Rocky Mountain fur trade era and provide an avenue for researchers to showcase their work.
“Obstinate Hope: the Western Expeditions of Nathaniel J. Wyeth” Volume I is written by our RMFT Journal Editor, Jim Hardee. Hardee spent the past three years researching Wyeth’s eastern business ventures, entrepreneurial ambitions and stubborn pursuit of his western fur trade expedition in 1832.
The Fur Trade & Rendezvous of the Green River Valley
This book introduces the history of the Rocky Mountain fur trade and the cast of characters who pursued that business in Wyoming’s Green River Valley until 1840
Proceedings of the 2012 Fur Trade Symposium
The 2012 Fur Trade Symposium, a celebration of the Astorian bicentennial hosted by the Museum of the Mountain Man, was the twelfth in a series of national gatherings hosted by a number of institutions since 1987
Pierre’s Hole! The Fur Trade History of Teton Valley, Idaho by Jim Hardee connects the reader to the entire sweep of fur trade history in the American West, from Fort Astoria on the Pacific Coast to the trading houses of St. Louis, Missouri.