"Three Men and a Sasquatch" is a short story by Harry Turtledove, first appearing in the anthology Next Stop on the #13 (Trade paperback, January, 2019, ebook August, 2019) It is the third in a series of stories that pastiche Jerome K. Jerome's work, Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog). It also ties into the State of Jefferson Stories series, serving as a prequel set in the 1890s.
J narrates a travelogue of his trip to San Francisco with George and Harris. While visiting San Francisco's Chinatown, they encounter a sasquatch named Charlie Lewis, a native of northern California who is studying law in San Francisco, with the short term goal of helping his fellow sasquatches, and a long-term goal of entering politics. Later, they encounter Lewis again at an establishment where he serves as a bouncer.
This story is also unusual in that it ties together two works, the Three Men Stories and the State of Jefferson stories, in a way that Turtledove has rarely done. It also serves as a direct appearance and brief origin story for Charlie "Bigfoot" Lewis, who becomes the first sasquatch governor of Jefferson.