Chouteau, Pierre, 1758-1849
- Existence: 1758 - 1849
Pierre Chouteau (1758-1849) was a prominent citizen of St. Louis, Missouri. He was active in the fur trade and in politics.
Citation:A guide to the microfilm edition of ... Papers of the St. Louis fur trade, c1991: page xiii (Pierre Chouteau, 1758-1849)
Encyc. Amer., 1987 (Chouteau, (Jean) Pierre; born 10/10/1758, died 7/10/1849; one of the organizers of the St. Louis Missouri Fur Company)
Pierre Chouteau statement, 1817 July 14: page 1 (signed Pierre Chouteau)
Wikipedia, March 19, 2021 Jean-Pierre Couteau; known as Pierre; born 10 October 1758 in New Orleans, Louisiana; died 10 July 1849; French Creole fur trader, merchant, politician, slaveholder; early settler of St. Louis, Missouri; became one of its most prominent citizens)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten and signed statement dated 14 July 1817 (1 page). The item was presented in the circuit court meeting in Saint Clair County, Illinois. Chouteau states he needs to secure Auguste Chouteau as a witness to affirm that a Black man was delivered as claimed.
Handwritten and signed statement dated 3 Jan. 1829. The item was sworn before A. Gamble, a judge. The manuscript concerns a case being appealed to the Supreme Court of the state of Missouri.