Fur Trade

Fur Trade

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  •   They wore fabric. They're outfit would include items like a cotton or linen shirt and also  knee-length canvas pants. On their head they wear  something like a scarf or a wool toque to keep sweat from pouring on the men's face.
  • No sweat.
  • Scarf.
  • Cotton Shirt.
  • Canvas Pants.
  • They travel by canoes. The canoes were made out of bark on a wood frame. Most modern canoes are made out of molded plastic.
  • They're activities were trading and they use canoes to search  they fished and they hunt for fur and trade it they traded things like cutlery or weaponry for beaver fur or pelts.
  • Trade?
  • OK!
  • The Coureur De Bois forts were made out of high tall woods and when you look from the top to bottom it looks like a ninja star with four sides.
  • This is our fort its big.
  • They were independent fur traders/small businessmen. Coureur de bois trapped and travelled into the wilderness to trade with the Indigenous communities also they kept the profits.
  • Im just a bunny dont eat me.
  • Yes i got one.
  • They had materials like woods fur and they also  have knives but they traded them for fur and they also have foods because they fished.
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