Beaver Fur Trade
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Suggested Pdf Resources
- Primary Source Lesson Plan Fur Trappers and Beaver Pelts
- introductions to the beaver pelt trade and primary sources by George Frederick Ruxton and Ernest T. Seton about the fur trade, specifically the beaver pelt trade.
- Fur Trade - Autry National Center
- Fur Trade. Pre-Visit. Lesson Plan.
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- And when the beaver trade shifted to the bison robe trade, it nearly destroyed the bison species altogether. The Big Picture.
- Environmental Impacts of the Hudson Valley Fur Trade in Regard to
- Dec 4, 2009 hundred years beaver pelts were the main export of the Hudson Valley with Dutch settlers holding a monopoly on the fur trade at Fort Orange.
- The Historic Fur Trade and Climate Change
- Dec 26, 2006 trading posts for beaver pelts in the Americas.
Suggested News Resources
- Jackson Hole: the rural retreat that Wall Street will be watching closely
- The bottom fell out of the beaver fur trade around 1845, when silk became a more fashionable material for headwear. Once the trappers cleared out, the area was returned to wildlife, and later used for cattle ranching.
Suggested Web Resources
- History of the Fur Trade
- The fur trade began in the 1500's as an exchange between Indians and Europeans. The Indians traded furs for such goods as tools and weapons.
- Fur trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The fur trade is a worldwide industry dealing in the acquisition and sale of animal fur. Fur robes were blankets of sewn-together, native-tanned, beaver pelts.
- The Beaver Fur Trade | University of Minnesota Libraries
- The Beaver Fur Trade. by Ken Mitchell.
- Mountain Men Fur Trade Era Supplies American Trappers Facts
- Native American Indians were the major source of beaver pelts and buffalo hides, for the Canadian, Great Lakes, and upper Missouri River fur trade.
- Mountain Men and the Fur Trade
- There were essentially two realms of trade: The Rocky Mountain Fur Trade and the Upper Missouri. The two In the Rockies, beaver was the fur of choice.
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