Cree woman, Elizabeth Brien, with beaver skin stretched out to dry. North Quebec, Canada.

Cree woman, Elizabeth Brien, with beaver skin stretched out to dry. Wonderful that traditions are kept alive!

The Fur Trade- fun downlloadable lesson plan, free

Grade 5 Learning Goal: I am learning to talk about interactions among and between First Nations and Europeans in Canada prior to

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.

COLORED PENCIL Student: Spring 2014 In this issue: Tools of the Trade:Organizers, Feeling Blue, Lesson #6 Jenny with Roses, Q&A, 10 Quick Tips for Drawing White Fur, Sketchbook: What's New and in the News, A Poet's Perspective, What you Said, Love & Inspiration, Up for the Challenge, Tattoos to Pencils, Art Challenge Winners & Current, Featuring: Amy S. Turner www.coloredpencilmag.com/issues

COLORED PENCIL Student: Spring 2014 In this issue: Tools of the Trade:Organizers, Feeling Blue, Lesson #6 Jenny with Roses, Q&A, 10 Quick Tips for Drawing White Fur, Sketchbook: What's New and in the News, A Poet's Perspective, What you Said, Love & Inspiration, Up for the Challenge, Tattoos to Pencils, Art Challenge Winners & Current, Featuring: Amy S. Turner www.coloredpencilmag.com/issues

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