Pease, Fellows David
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Fellows David Pease: Major F.D. Pease was born in Tioga County Pennsylvania in 1835. He married Magretta Wallace of the Crow Tribe. Three of his brothers were killed in the Civil War. In 1861 he entered the Yellowstone country and organized a fur trading company known as the �Little Opposition.� In 1869, he became Indian agent under General Sully in Blackfeet country, Montana. Was fluent in English, Santee Sioux, and Crow. He was chosen to succeed E.M. Camp at the First Crow Agency in 1870 and served through 1873. He died on October 20, 1920 in Oregon and is buried at Rosebud Cemetery, Absarokee, site of the 2nd Crow Agency. - See Montana, Its Story and Biography by Stout. Hardin Tribune - July 30, 1953). He might be standing with one of his many grandsons - George D. Pease, Douglas G. Pease, or Charles Pease.
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- Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County. Pease, David Fellows. Wallace, Margretta. Fur traders. Indian agents. Blackfeet Indian Reservation (Mont.) Crow Agency (Mont.)
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