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1. Ray Allen Billington, Westward Expansion, pp. 529-530.

2. Walter W. DeLacy, "A Trip up the South Snake River in 1863," Contributions to the Historical Society of Montana, 1 (1876):113-118, transcript in the Grand Teton National Park Library.

3. Ibid.

4. Ibid. Hillerman informed DeLacy that his partner had shot himself accidentally, then died of the wound.

5. Haines, The Yellowstone Story, 1:68.

6. St. John, "Report of Orestes St. John," Eleventh Annual Report, p. 445.

7. Elizabeth Wied Hayden, From Trapper to Tourist in Jackson Hole, 4th ed., with revisions (Moose, WY: Grand Teton Natural History Association, 1981), pp. 29-30.

8. T. A. Larson, History of Wyoming (Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1965), pp. 112-113.

9. Fritiof Fryxell, "The Story of Deadman's Bar," Campfire Tales of Jackson Hole, pp. 38-42. Fryxell's story of this incident remains the most reliable account, as it was based on an interview with Emile Wolff, who had first hand knowledge of the incident.

10. Hayden, Trapper to Tourist, p. 30; Noley Mumey, The Teton Mountains: Their History and Tradition (Denver: Artcraft Press, 1947), pp. 359-361; and National Archives, Record Group 49, "Records of the Bureau of Land Management," Homestead Certificate 373, Lander, J. Conrad, 1902.

11. Census of the United States, 1900, Wyoming, Uinta County, Enumeration District 65, Jackson Precinct, Elec. Dist. 15, Schedule 1, Population, 9 sheets; and Fritiof Fryxell, "Prospector of Jackson Hole," Campfire Tales, pp. 47-51.

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