• Fur trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fur_trade Russian fur trade. Before the European colonization of the Americas, Russia was a major supplier of fur pelts to Western Europe and parts of Asia.
  • The Fur Trade in Canada and America | Old Montana Prison Museums

    www.pcmaf.org/wordpress/about/local-information/fur-trade The fur trade was one of the earliest and most important industries in North America. The fur trading industry played a major role in the development of the
  • The Fur Trade | Historic Fort Snelling

    www.historicfortsnelling.org/History/fur-trade Voyageurs ("travelers" in French) were men hired to work for the fur traders to transport trade goods throughout the vast territory to rendezvous posts.
    • Fur Trade - The Canadian Encyclopedia

      www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/fur-trade Links to other sites. Fur Trade Wars: The Founding of Western CanadaA colourful, in-depth account of the titanic struggle for control of Canada’s lucrative fur ...
    • Fur trade - Northwest Power & Conservation Council

      www.nwcouncil.org/history/FurTrade Furs, particularly those of sea otters and fur seals, lured the first European explorers, and later Americans, to the Pacific Northwest and the Columbia River.
    • Museum of the Fur Trade | Chadron, Nebraska

      www.furtrade.org The Museum of the Fur Trade, located 3 miles east of Chadron, NE, has an extensive collection of fur trade artifacts and clothing.
    • Fur Trade | Indians of the Midwest - Newberry

      publications.newberry.org/indiansofthemidwest/people-places-time/.../fur-trade The fur trade also resulted in an intensification of warfare among Native peoples, who competed for access to the French. East of Lake Huron, Iroquois people obtained ...