The Progression of the Fur Trade
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The Europeans settling and the First Nations giving them things to survive and teaching them the way of the land
Use these items in this bag
In the return the Europeans traded pots, knives, jewelry, and beads
Later the Europeans started the fur trade by taking fur from beavers
We can use this for fur!
Meanwhile.... The Europeans brought more of their people and used more land and resources such as fur and fish.
The Europeans and First Nation formed their own colonies because of the Europeans using so many resources and not making them brought arguments between them
This led to competition and conflict all groups wanted to protect or expand their share of it.
This part of the land is ours!
No it's for us!
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