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Anchor text: Union Pass
Target Entity: Union_Pass
Preceding Context: The Lewis and Clark Expedition (1804–1806) passed well north of the Grand Teton region. During the expedition's return trip from the Pacific Ocean, expedition member John Colter was given an early discharge so he could join two fur trappers who were heading west in search of beaver pelts. Colter was later hired by Manuel Lisa to lead fur trappers and to explore the region around the Yellowstone River. During the winter of 1807/08 Colter passed through Jackson Hole and was the first Caucasian to see the Teton Range. Lewis and Clark expedition co-leader William Clark produced a map based on the previous expedition and included the explorations of John Colter in 1807, apparently based on discussions between Clark and Colter when the two met in St. Louis, Missouri in 1810. Another map attributed to William Clark indicates John Colter entered Jackson Hole from the northeast, crossing the Continental Divide at either Togwotee Pass or
Succeeding Context: and left the region after crossing Teton Pass, probably following the well established Native American trails. In 1931, the Colter Stone, a carved rock in the shape of a head with the inscription "John Colter" on one side and the year "1808" on the other, was discovered in a field in Tetonia, Idaho, which is west of Teton Pass. The Colter Stone has not been authenticated to have been created by John Colter and may have been the work of later expeditions to the region.
Paragraph Title: Fur trade exploration
Source Page: Grand Teton National Park

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