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The Fur Trade


Garrett VanLent

on 24 November 2009

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Transcript of The Fur Trade

The Fur Trade French British The First Natoins Ethnocentrism:
a viewpoint that judes other global cultures and ideas according to personal values and standards; believing one's own ethnic group is superior. The Great peace of montreal: the english built their forts along the icy shores of the
hudson's bay.
1 because: abundandt furs (thick furs)
2 good transportation
3 large sapply ships could drliver heavy supplies directly to thr eng. frorts hello how are you today?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?????????????????1!? french fur trade the english fur trade Native tribes would bring furs to
the french.
The haudenosaune fought many of these tribes making it hard for them to get the furs to the french.
the French, first nations allies and the houdenosaunee sined a treaty.
no longer would the first nations battle each other or the french.

the coureur de bois spent their wages in the shop.
in the early days of the frence fur trade was the econamy.
the french king sontrolled the fur trade and used the profits tobenefit the colony.
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