the progression of the fur trade
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For many years, First Nations groups had traded with other First Nations groups. This is built relationships between the First Nations.
Then, when the Europeans came to North America, they began to trade with the First Nations.
The Europeans traded things like metal pots and beads. The First Nations traded fur, food and medicine.
The Europeans found that the best fur came from the north, so they convinced the First Nations to trade to get more fur from the other First Nations. These people became te middle men.
Middle men traded with the First Nations to get furs.They would then negotiate with the Europeans for more goods to trade.
To understand more about trading, groups of young french men, traveled with the First Nations to learn more about their traditions in trading. these people are coureur de bois.
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