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The Canadian Fur Trade in the Industrial Age

Author: Arthur J. Ray

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

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Category: History

Page: 283

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This analysis of the fur trade carried on by the Hudson's Bay Company and its competitors in northern Canada from 1870 to 1945 includes material on its relations with Indians, the state of the fur market, activities of the Department of Indian Affairs, and details of othertrading companies such as Lamson and Hubbard, Northern Trading Company and Revillon Freres.

The Subarctic Fur Trade

Native Social and Economic Adaptations

Author: Shepard Krech III

Publisher: UBC Press

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Category: History

Page: 208

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The papers in this book focus on themes which have been near the centre of fur trade scholarship: the identification of Indian motivations; the degree to which Indians were discriminating consumers and creative participants; and the extent of Native dependency on the trade. Spanning the period from the seventeenth century up to and including the twentieth, with distinguished authors such as J. Arthur Ray and Toby Morantz, The Subarctic Fur Trade will help scholars become more fully aware of the issues concerned with Native economic history.

The Fur Trade in Canada

An Introduction to Canadian Economic History

Author: Harold Adams Innis

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 463

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A classic work of Canadian historical scholarship, first published in 1930. In his new introduction, A.J. Ray states that this book is argueably the most definitive economic history and geography of Canada ever produced.

The Prairie West: Historical Readings

Author: R. Douglas Francis

Publisher: University of Alberta

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Category: History

Page: 748

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The Prairie West: Historical Readings is a collection of thirty-five articles on Canadian prairie history written by Canada's leading historians, political scientists and economists. This newly expanded and revised edition of The Prairie West will continue to provide a selection of articles, which present both overview interpretation and current research, for use by scholars and students of prairie Canada. The articles are divided into fifteen topics--Interpretations and Historiography; Native People and the Fur Trade; The Métis, The Red River Colony and Canada; The West and Confederation; Indian Treaties and the Establishment of Canadian Law and Order; The Economics of Settlement; Ethnic Groups and Prairie Society; The Settlement Experience and the Creation of Prairie Institutions; Prairie Women; Rural and Agricultural Society of Prairie Canada; Urban Society and Labour in Prairie Canada; Agrarian Reform/Revo

White Fox and Icy Seas in the Western Arctic

The Fur Trade, Transportation, and Change in the Early Twentieth Century

Author: John R. Bockstoce

Publisher: Yale University Press

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 327

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Cover -- Half Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- OTHER PUBLICATIONS BY JOHN R. BOCKSTOCE -- CONTENTS -- Foreword by William Barr -- Preface -- Part 1 INTRODUCTION -- 1. Fort Ross: Founding and Abandonment, 1937 to 1948 -- 2. White Fox: From the Trapper to the Retail Customer -- Part 2 DEVELOPMENT OF THE WESTERN ARCTIC FUR TRADE TO 1914 -- 3. The Advance of the Maritime Trade in the Bering Strait Region -- 4. Expansion of the Trade in Northern Alaska and Western Arctic Canada -- Part 3 HEYDAY OF THE WESTERN ARCTIC FUR TRADE, 1914 TO 1929 -- 5. Revolution and Civil War on the Chukchi Peninsula -- 6. Growth of the Trade in Northern Alaska -- 7. Competition among Traders in Western Arctic Canada -- Part 4 DECLINE OF THE WESTERN ARCTIC FUR TRADE, 1929 TO CA. 1950 -- 8. State Ownership of the Trade on the Chukchi Peninsula -- 9. Contraction of Trade in Northern Alaska -- 10. Toward Monopoly Control in Western Arctic Canada -- Chronology -- Glossary -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W -- Y

Indians, Animals, and the Fur Trade

A Critique of Keepers of the Game

Author: Shepard Krech, III

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

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Category: History

Page: 216

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Exploring the motivations of Indians involved in the fur trade, the contributors to this volume challenge the spiritualist interpretation set forth by Calvin Martin in Keepers of the Game, which dismisses the lure of European goods--the power and leisure that firearms and other tools afforded the Indians--and instead attributes the Indians' willingness to overkill wildlife to the epidemics that decimated their ranks, that not only shattered their religious bonds with game but also unleashed a furious revenge against the animals.

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