First Permanent Fur Post
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member MNSearchers
N 44° 16.832 W 099° 54.323
14T E 427754 N 4903430
Quick Description: The partnership of Registre Loisel and Hugh Heney in 1802 set a fur post on Cedar Island.
Location: South Dakota, United States
Date Posted: 5/30/2007 9:12:22 PM
Waymark Code: WM1M87
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member MNSearchers
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Long Description:
This was about 4 miles down stream. Loisel was called Little Beaver by the indians. This was part of Louisiana, receded by Spain to France in 1800 and ceded by France to the US in 1803. On September 22, 1804 Lewis & Clark stopped at this post and described it. "Log palisade 13 1/2 feet high with sentry boxes at the corners 65X75 in size. Four room house within, one room for storage, one for trade, a common hall and a family house". Trade went on until 1810 when it burnt down, then the property of the St. Louis Missouri Fur Company.
Marker Name: First Permanent Fur Post

Marker Type: Roadside

Marker Text: Not listed

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