HUGH GLASS (c.1780-1833) was an American fur trapper and frontiersman noted for his exploits in the American West during the first third of the 19th century. He is famous as an explorer of the watershed of the Upper Missouri River in present day North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana. Glass was famed, most of all, as a frontier folk hero for his legendary cross-country trek after being mauled by a grizzly bear (drawing is not Hugh, no portrait has ever been found).
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Hiram Scott (1805-1828) – Mountain Man, trapper, and trader, Scott was born about 1805 in St. Charles County, Missouri and grew up to join William Henry Ashley's Rocky Mountain Fur Company. Described as an unusually tall and muscular man of dark complexion, his first adventure was Ashley's Expedition up the Missouri River in 1822-23. On June 1, 1823, he was known to have taken part in a battle of the Arikara War, which resulted in about a dozen of the trader’s deaths.