The Effects on the Native Peoples from the Introduction of the Commercial fur Trade into Canada
An essay describing the effects of the fur trade on the Native peoples of Canada Excellent.
The trapping of beavers for their fur had always been an integral part of native culture. The introduction of the profit-seeking fur trade caused drastic changes in the native way of life. These changes ultimately concluded with the destruction of an enormous part of native culture. It can be said that, "The introduction of the commercial fur trade into the area now known as Canada, sounded the death knell for the native peoples culture."
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