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I appreciate the description, but have a suggestion regarding phrase "up to Green River". "The trapper's famous Green River knife...were made beginning in 1834 - by John Russell on the Green River in Greenfield Massachusetts...To drive a knife in "up to Green River" meant all the way to the hilt; to the factory stamp" "A Majority of Scoundrels An Informal History of The Rocky Mountain Fur Company", Don Berry, Oregon State University Press, 1961, pg 68 (A Northwest reprints edition, 2006)