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Updated: 1/17/2020
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  • Phases of the Fur Trade
  • By Riley Patzer
  • Phase 1: 1500's- 1603
  • Come back.
  • I caught a lot of cod.
  • Phase 2: 1603- 1670
  • We now form a partnership.
  • Run!!!
  • Go!
  • It's war now let's fight!!!
  • Phase 3: 1670- 1760
  • We are headed to a trading post.
  • (Fish) The French dried the fish at a drying station. They French fished off of the East coast to fish the cod. It was beneficial for the Mi'kmaq and the Europeans. They used the flakes to dry the fish.
  • Phase 4: 1760- 1821
  • You are apart of a British colony now.
  • (French Control) The trade was centered around Quebec and down through the St. Lawrence River to Montreal. The French and the Haudenosaunee had war against each other. The French had partnerships with the Ouendat.
  • Phase 5: 1821- 1870
  • Today we form an alliance between the NWC and the HBC
  • (Economic Competition – Britain arrives) Britain established the Hudson Bay Company (HBC). The voyageurs took the small boats and traveled to trading posts. The French and Scottish Metis culture emerged together.
  • (British Control) New France became a British colony. The NWC was made by a group of British Merchants. The Metis went with the traders as interpreters, guides and business partners.
  • (Decline) The NWC and the HBC merged together and had a monopoly, but the HBC already had a monopoly so they had two.
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