Chouteau, (Jean) Pierre
Chouteau, (Jean) Pierre (1758–1849) US fur trader and politician. With René Auguste Chouteau, he controlled the important trade with the Osage Native Americans. In 1804, he became US agent for all Native American tribes w of the Mississippi. Chouteau founded the first permanent white settlement in Oklahoma.
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