Clay Basket tells the returning traders of Lame Beaver's wish for her to be with Pasquinel, unaware that Pasquinel has just married Lise, who is now pregnant. She puts her father's desire ... See full summary »

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Clay Basket tells the returning traders of Lame Beaver's wish for her to be with Pasquinel, unaware that Pasquinel has just married Lise, who is now pregnant. She puts her father's desire ahead of her feelings for McKeag. Pasquinel is hoping that Clay Basket can remember where her father found the gold. In 1809, Clay Basket gives birth to her first son, Jacques Pasquinel, followed two years later by Marcel. Pasquinel moves freely between his two worlds and two families. After the loss of her first child, Lise gives birth to a daughter, Lisette, in 1816, but Pasquinel does not know of this and does not return with McKeag. Pasquinel decides his boys, being half-white, should see the city. McKeag tries to persuade him that the two families should not meet. Clay Basket, who says a woman always knows when a man has another woman, talks him into taking them to the fort just outside St. Louis instead. They run into some prejudice at the fort where Jacques is injured and left with a bad ... Written by clearthinkernow

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In the "Yellow Apron" segment (which timeline-wise would be around 1820), in attempting to break up the fight between McKeag, Pasquinel, and drunken soldiers, Major Sibley fires a revolver (possibly a Colt's Model 1849 pocket pistol), which was not introduced until the 1830s. See more »

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Clay Basket: You didn't eat anything?
Alexander McKeag: No. Not hungry.
Clay Basket: Is something wrong?
Alexander McKeag: No, just not hungry.
Clay Basket: It's been a long time.
Alexander McKeag: Since what?
Clay Basket: Since we we were alone.
[looks across to Clay Basket and Pasquinel's children]
Alexander McKeag: We're not alone.
Clay Basket: He misses his father.
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