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An Encounter Between a Coureur du Bois and a First Nations chief
The coureurs du bois would pack there their canoes with goods such as metal pots, pans and silverware to trade with the First Nations.
The coureurs du bois would travel in birch bark canoes for several weeks to get to the trading site.
After several weeks of travel the coureurs du bois would sometimes portage to the trading site occasionally hunting for food and fur.
The coureurs du bois would go hunting for deer, beaver and buffalo.
Once the coureurs du bois arrived at the trading site, he and the First Nations chief would exchange gift to maintain a strong trading relationship.
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