Joseph Bailly

Joseph Bailly (7 April 1774 – 21 December 1835) was a fur trader and a member of an important French Canadian family that included his uncle, Charles-François Bailly de Messein.

Bailly was one of several Canadians from prominent families who were important in the western fur trade. In 1822, he established a trading post near present-day Porter, Indiana, making him the foremost pioneer of that area.

Read more about Joseph BaillyEarly History & Ancestors, Fur Trader, First Marriage and Expansion of The Business, Second Marriage and Beginning of A Trade Empire, Third Marriage Theory, War of 1812, Legal Case of Dominique Rousseau, The Pioneer Becomes A Citizen, Descendents, Bailly's Death and Legacy, Research Continues

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Joseph Bailly - Research Continues
... teams under the direction of Valparaiso University professor Randa Duvick began translating Joseph Bailly's 1799-1802 fur trade business account book from the original French language ... life over the large areas of Michigan, Indiana and Illinois that Bailly covered in his trade ...
Bailly Cemetery - Cemetery History
... In 1827, Joseph Bailly chose the sand hill as a resting place for his son Robert ... The entire Joseph Bailly family is interred in this cemetery ... also used this site as a cemetery, until Rose Bailly Howe restricted it to the Bailly family after 1866 ...
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore - Historic Areas
... Bailly-Chellberg Farms The Bailly-Chellberg farmstead is located close to the geographic center of the National Lakeshore, at U.S ... Bailly Homestead Main article Joseph Bailly Homestead This is the location of the pioneer trading post established in 1822 by fur trade pioneer Joseph Bailly ... Bailly settled here and his last home, adapted from his 1830s retirement house, survives ...