Historic Treaties and Treaty First Nations in Canada Infographic

This Infographic represents the Historic Treaties signed with First Nations across Canada with some interesting facts.

The Fur Trade -- Includes information on the fur trade.

Fur Brigade in a north canoe in Canada mid Fur Trade Canoe Hudson's Bay Company in Canada - Hudson's Bay Company Fur trade canoe Artist - Frances Anne Hopkins, artist, Montreal

Captain Chauvin made the first organized attempt to control the fur trade in New France. In 1599 he acquired a monopoly from Henry IV and tried to establish a colony at the mouth of the Saguenay River (Tadoussac, Quebec). French explorers (and Coureur des bois—Étienne Brûlé, Samuel de Champlain, Radisson, La Salle, Le Saeur

My trading post became the base for missionaries, soldiers, French explorers, and Fur traders for the 150 after I built it.

The Fur Trade -- Not all of the information is prior to 1713 -- Includes a film as well. Shows how the fur trade works.

The Fur Trade -- Not all of the information is prior to 1713 -- Includes a film as well. Shows how the fur trade works.

First Nations Interactive Map

First Nations Interactive Map

The fur trade

Radisson and Groseilliers, Frederic Remington. Oil on canvas, 17 x 30 Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming.

Lots of information on New France and interactions with the Aboriginal Peoples.

Ballantyne and others in HBC coatsR. Ballantyne, Clerk and Chief Trader George Barnston arrive at Tadoussac, 6 February 1846 Charles F. Comfort Reproduced with the permission of the Hudson’s Bay Company From the HBC Corporate Collection

Background information on Canada's history. Only need to look until 1713.

The Departure of John and Sebastian Cabot on their First Voyage of Discovery, 1497 by Ernest Board 1906

John Cabot Info -- A video included.

Explorer and navigator John Cabot was born Giovanni Caboto in Italy around By he had moved to Bristol, England, with his family. He made a voyage in 1497 on the ship Matthew and claimed land in Canada—mistaking it for Asia—for King Henry VII of England

Interactions between First Nations Peoples and the Europeans.

A clickable map of Canada exhibiting its ten provinces and three territories, and their capitals.

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