Pierre Bostonnais , known for his yellow hair (Tête Jaune), was active in the fur trade in 1816. He acted as a guide in the Rocky Mountains for Jose Gaubin in 1819 and Ignace Giasson in 1820 in an attempt to prepare the natives for the possible arrival of the HBC as a rival trader to the NWC. Although he was in the New Caledonia area for some time after that, and probably wintered over at Fort Alexandria in 1825-26, he did not appear in the records as frequently as his brother. In September 1827, Tête Jaune, his family and children, as well as his brother and his family, were all killed by a party of natives near the mouth of the Finlay River (FtStJmsPJ 14, April 27, 1828). Tête Jaune had a wife and family but their names have not been traced. The Yellowhead Pass (Tête Jaune Cache) was named after him.