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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.

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 Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Antique French clasp knives, trade silver ornaments, shell wampum beads. Fur trade. Native American. Great Lakes. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Hudson Bay Co Port Albany Beaver Indian Trade Medal Medallion. This item was purchased as used with no evidence of proof of originality and will be sold as a reproduction and not an original item. French History, Canadian History, American History, Native American, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Hudson Bay Blanket, Ballerina Jewelry Box, Longhunter, Fur Trade
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Like many other Illinois and Canadian French, Chatillon made his living in the fur trade. Canadian Voyageurs on the job. By illustration artist, John Mantha Canadian History, Canadian Art, American History, Canadian French, Mountain Man, Paris Texas Film, Fur Trade, France 2, American Frontier
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Canadian Voyageurs on the job. By illustration artist, John Mantha

Silver Trade Cross w/ red Beads & HB marked - Kramer Auction Service LLC Native American Ancestry, Native American Beauty, Native American Crafts, American Indians, Woodland Indians, Vintage Silver Jewelry, Fur Trade, Religious Symbols, Iroquois
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Silver Trade Cross w/ red Beads & HB marked

Cross approx. 7`` tall, HB (Hudson Bay) marked w/ RC silversmith & red beads.

Covered copper kettles were first developed by the French; the Hudson's Bay Company began selling them in 1779 and continued selling them until after World War I. MUS OF FUR TRADE Mountain Man Rendezvous, Longhunter, Bushcraft Gear, Fur Trade, Vintage Cabin, Primitive Survival, Hudson Bay, Kettle, Canoeing

Chadron Nebraska American History Museum of the Fur Trade

Covered copper kettles were first developed by the French; the Hudson's Bay Company began selling them in 1779 and continued selling them until after World War I. MUS OF FUR TRADE

Iroquois Great Lakes Trade Silver Cross 1770's - "An absolutely stunning early example of a hallmarked trade silver cross traded by the Hudson's Bay Company dating from the early 1770's. This heavy tested sterling silver cross exhibits wonderful stamp work, the HB Co. hallmark and a central lion passant (which indicated the king's silver), a cross and the makers hallmark (L.J. Louis Jourdan)." Native American Ancestry, Native American Crafts, Native American History, Native American Indians, Mountain Man Clothing, Fur Trade, Iroquois, Ribbon Work, Silver Brooch

Iroquois Great Lakes Trade Silver Cross 1770's

Title: Iroquois Great Lakes Trade Silver Cross 1770's, Price: $2,450 USD, Category: Jewelry:Necklaces:Native American Iroquois, Shop: Uchizono Gallery LLC, Description: An absolutely stunning early example of a hallmarked trade silver cross traded by the Hudson's Bay Company dating from the early 1770's. This heavy tested sterling silver cross exhibits wonderful

Hudson Bay Company Fur Trade Glass Beads

Beautiful Rare Antique Canadian Hudson Bay Company Fur Trade Glass Beads

Hudson Bay Company Fur Trade Glass Beads

Uchizono Gallery: Fall Listing At Uchizono Gallery Native Beadwork, Native American Beadwork, Native American Art, Cross Jewelry, Silver Jewelry, Woodland Indians, Fur Trade, Silver Work, Silver Brooch
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Fall Listing At Uchizono Gallery

UCHIZONO GALLERY Part of the collection of early trade silver that was sold to the Southwest Museum in the 1970's and is now housed in the Gene Autry Museum, this 1780's silver trade gorget was used to secure Native trappers to supply furs for the Hudson Bay Company traders. This early gorget is hallmarked with Robert Cruickshank's initials and the HB mark of the company founded in 1680. Found with it's original beads which date from the mid 1700's, it has been restrung for presentation…

Fur Trade Cross with Nahas, Hallmarked: Hudson Bay (HB), Montreal

hallmarked fur trade cross with Nahas HB

Fur Trade Cross with Nahas, Hallmarked: Hudson Bay (HB), Montreal | eBay

Hudson Bay Company Silver Beaver Pendant for Trade, touchmark for Robert Cruickshank

257: 4 7/8” Trade Silver Beaver Pendant. Cruickshank - Oct 06, 2012 | Tony Putty Artifacts in IN

4 7/8” Trade Silver Beaver Pendant. Has Robert Cruickshank touchmark (for Hudson Bay Company). on Oct 06, 2012

Ryan Howell Researching Fur Trade Era Sites in Wisconsin Mountain Man Rendezvous, Western Saloon, Pioneer Life, Longhunter, Fur Trade, War Of 1812, Primitive Survival, Colonial America, Trading Post

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