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Hudson’s Bay Beaver Pelt Trade Tag 1736 left and 1784 right Canadian History, Native American History, American Indians, Old Friend Slippers, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Hudson Bay Blanket, Longhunter, Fur Trade, First Nations

1733 Hudson Bay Co. Port Albany Indian Trade Medal

3" x 2 1/8". The photos may appear lighter or darker then the actual item due to the flash photography used. | eBay!

Effects on fur trade on way of life -The fur trade changed aboriginal lives. They abandoned their yearly cycle of hunting and preserving food to keep up with the demand for the fur in exchange for goods. Canadian History, American History, Eskimo, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Fur Trade, American Frontier, Hudson Bay Blanket, Historical Art

fur trade: trading post --�Kids Encyclopedia | Children's Homework Help | Kids Online Dictionary

From Britannica, explore the most trusted online kids encyclopedia for homework help and general knowledge information on a variety of subjects like science, history, the arts, math, etc.

Chief Factor Barnston and R. Ballantyne at Tadoussac, 1846 by Charles Fraser Comfort courtesy of the Hudsons Bay Company. Shows clothing that would have been introduced to James Bay Cree around same time. Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Quebec, Hudson Bay Blanket, Bay Point, Blanket Jacket, Wool Blanket, Fur Trade

Wool Capote.

With the cold weather among us, its time to bust out our wool coats to bundle us up. If you were Métis , a Mountain man, or a fur tra...

Home & Native Land Art Print: 1867 Hudson's Bay Beaver - ManMade Art for Guys Beaver Animal, Hudson Bay Blanket, Land Art, Canadian History, Canadian Culture, Fur Trade, Northwest Territories, Indiana, History

1867 Hudson's Bay Beaver

Our '1867 Hudson's Bay Beaver' art print recognizes the importance of the beaver to Canadian heritage. Without our fury friend, Canada would not exist. Early French explorers, or 'voyageurs', discovered the animal and soon realized its fur would be prized in European markets. As they pushed into the hinterland of what was known as Rupert's Land (divided now as Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec and Northern Ontario) from landings on Hudson's Bay, they…

Romance of the Beaver: Chapter 4 Canadian Things, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Rockies, American History, The Snow, Diy Vinyl, Cadre Photo Original, Frames

Romance of the Beaver: Chapter 4

Je pense que la compagnie de la baie d'Hudson était très important à la Canada parce que c'était un des premiers compagnie de commerce en le Canada, établi en 1670. La compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson à commence quelques années après les européens ont arrive en la Canada. C'était fondé par deux hommes francais appelé Radisson et de Groseilliers.

Hudson's Bay Company Plug Tobacco Plug - Fur Trade n. Mountain Man Rendezvous, Longhunter, Fur Trade, Native American Crafts, Canadian History, Hudson Bay, Le Far West, Red River, Vintage Tins

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Hudson's Bay Company Plug Tobacco Plug - Fur Trade n.d.

Inside of the Hudson's Bay Company trading post at Fort William, Ontario watercolour by William Wallace Armstrong. Fort William was the old headquarters for the Northwest Company until American Indian Art, Native American, Canadian Canoe, Hudson Bay Blanket, Discover Canada, Fur Trade, France 2, History For Kids, Fort William

Inside of the Hudson's Bay Company trading post at Fort William, Ontario ca1860-70, watercolour by William Wallace Armstrong. Fort William was the old headquarters for the Northwest Company until 1821.

Trading posts were the place to go for all ones needs, from hunting tools or guns for family defence, to farm implements and seen corn, and even clothing and cloth. A Woodsrunner's Diary: The Colonial Fur Trade. Frank Frazetta, Quebec, Woodland Indians, Native American Images, Fur Trade, Canadian History, American History, West Art, Colonial America

La traite des fourrures

La traite des fourrures était la base des échanges entre Amérindiens et Français. Les chasseurs autochtones chassaient les animaux a l'aide de pièges pour ensuite traiter les peaux qu'ils...