Fur Trade Stories

Welcome to Fur Trade Stories, a unique presentation of primary and secondary resources found in the collections of Canada's National History Society, HBCA - Archives of Manitoba, The Manitoba Museum, Parks Canada and several First Nations communities.

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I used some of the grade documents with my last year when we learned about Residential Schools.

Hbc Heritage | E-Books

Hbc Heritage | E-Books

Begbie Contest Society - Rebellions of 1837

Begbie Contest Society - Rebellions of 1837

Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit

Impact of Non-Aboriginal Activities on the Inuit

Modern VS Traditional Life | Inuit Cultural Online Resource

The Ottawa Inuit Childrens Centre has expanded it's Website with this additional site featuring an introduction to Inuit culture. The site is primarily target to help school age children but anyone can benefit from what can be learned.

A Provincial Centre, 1793-1851 - The History of Toronto: An 11,000-Year Journey - Virtual Exhibits | City of Toronto

The third Parliament Buildings in York, Upper Canada - on Front Street.

The Peacemaker’s Journey & The Great Law of Peace - YouTube

As visitors transition from the first floor to the second floor, they will learn the story of the Peacemaker and his helpers Jikonsaseh and Hiawatha, as they.

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Feature stories include Canada's Year Without a Summer, the Early years of Parks…

Learn how the environment plays a bigger role in our history than we think! 🍂

Feature stories include Canada's Year Without a Summer, the Early years of Parks…

When America won its independence, what became of the slaves who fled for theirs?

Goodbye, Columbus

Wonder Woman's creator, William Moulton Marston, had a secret life: He had a wife and a mistress and fathered children with both of them. Jill Lepore explains in The Secret History of Wonder Woman.

Lessons from the War of 1812: A Six Nations Perspective - YouTube

Richard Hill, (Six Nations Legacy Consortium at Grand River) reveals his research into the impact of the war on the various Six Nations communities at Grand .

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