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    Robert Campbell moved to the United States and eventually became a fur trapper. This is his buckskin coat, ca. 1840.

    • Judith Clarke

      Robert Campbell moved to the United States and eventually became a fur trapper. This is his buckskin coat, ca. 1840. Courtesy of the Campbell House Museum.

    • Jessica Holloway

      buckskin coat, ca. 1840.

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