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The coureur de bois traveled 12 hours a day by canoe on a river and sometimes they would travel by land.
The coureur the bois ran into one of the first Nations people and they helped them and showed a shortcut to the fort.The coureur the bois only trusts the First nations.
go that way it will lead you to your fort.
They had forts to hold and provide enough room for goods and shelter.The shortcut they used was underground tunnel.They made it to their fort by the underground tunnel the First Nations told them. The fort's walls are really long because if they were short it would be easier to climb.
come inside and eat.
The coureur the bois went hunting for food and goods such as Jewelry glass,glass bottles,wood logs,and whiskey.They hunted Muskrat,moose,deer,and caribou.
they secretly visited the First Nations to trade for what they got from hunting.They traded knifes, goods, clothing, food, types of fur, blankets,musket, pots and whiskey.
we better hurry!
The coureur the Bois went back to the fort to show their family what they got from the trade.
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