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The First Trade By: Mac Rayner
In the 1600s ships from france and england can to what is now canada.
apon arival they saided up the ST lawrence river. It was there where that they traded with the first nations.
the settlers traded guns and tools and the first nations trade food and animal fur. The goods that the settlers received were then sent back home.
The first nations took their good and traded with other first nations to get more pelts. This spread the goods around all of Canada.
This allowed the settlers to create towns and city and eventually become a country we know as Canada.
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