The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the 1800's.

The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to 1800: The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

First Peoples, Early Survival and Settling Canada- Settlers to The Vikings, Portuguese, French and Loyalists. This site also includes a video map of various European Explorers [Canadian Geographic]. You can also find information about the Fur Trade.

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade

First Nations and Europeans in New France Part 4 - The Fur Trade - supports the Grade 5 and Grade 7 Ontario Social Studies Curriculum!

Forts Across Canada - module 1 - Fur Trade Posts

Here is a fun and interesting way to learn about the Geography and History of Canada. Along with the two other modules you could cross Canada through three distinct time periods! Fur Trade posts began European settlement in the New World.

Have your students use their creative, critical and historical thinking skills to demonstrate what they have learned about life in Early Canada dur...

Design a Fur Trading Post Historical Thinking Activity

Have your students use their creative, critical and historical thinking skills to demonstrate what they have learned about life in Early Canada dur...

British Conquest of North America - Overview

New France was the area colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the exploration of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France to Great Britain and Spain in

Beaver vs. Polar Bear as Canada's National Symbol | graphic by by Steve Murray, National Post

Should a Polar Bear Replace the Beaver as Canada’s National Emblem?

York Factory, Hudson Bay Company outpost on the Nelson River, Manitoba, Canada

Aerial picture of This Hudson Bay Company outpost on Nelson River began as a fur trading post in The present structure was opened in 1793 and operated until It is now maintained as a historic site

finger-woven sash from the Canadian fur trade -- "arrow" or "fleche" pattern. Find out how it got so strongly constructed that it was used as a garter belt so the men could carry heavy loads without injury.

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