In the first Phase, the British and The French Fished off the coast. They tried to trade with the First Nations, But they had some failed attempts.
Trading with the First Nations West is hard.
In the Second Phase, the French made permanent settlements and traded with the First Nations. They set up trading posts, and shipped furs to France. The French worked with the Ouendat, Mi’kmaq, Innu and Kichesiprini, and the Howdoshonee French war began.
You are from the Western Colony. For you, only 3 furs.
In the Third Phase, the British set up the HBC to rival the NWC. They each had their own area, and traded with the First Nations for Furs. The French established a colony, and the British pushed the First Nations off the land of the Thirteen Colonies, and traded with them in Ruperts land.
I am from the HBC. You trade with me or no one!
In the Fourth Phase, the British and France pushed Westward to trade. They then relied on the First Nations to provide for them during the long trips. The Oendat worked for the middleman for the British, and the French used Voyagures.
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In the Fourth Phase, the British and France pushed Westward to trade. They then relied on the First Nations to provide for them during the long trips.
In the Fifth Phase, the French sold the NWC to the HBC, giving Britain a monopoly. They kept trading, and eventually became Canada, as we are today.