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The American Fur Trade: A Bibliography of Sources in English (Stokvis Studies in Historical Chronology & Thought : No 9)

M. Louise Reynells

The American Fur Trade: A Bibliography of Sources in English (Stokvis Studies in Historical Chronology & Thought : No 9)

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The American Fur Trade: A Bibliography of Sources in English (Stokvis Studies in Historical Chronology & Thought : No 9) by M. Louise Reynells Download PDF EPUB FB2

PRIMARY SOURCES - NORTH AMERICAN FUR TRADE. Atcheson, Nathaniel. On the Origin and Progress of the North-West Company of Canada: With a History of the Fur Trade, as Connected with That Concern, and Observations on the Political Importance of the Company's Intercourse with, and Influence Over the Indians or Savage.

In-text: (The English River book: a North West Company journal and account book of) Your Bibliography: Choice Reviews Online, The English River book: a North West Company journal and account book of 27(08), pp culture. Copper citations appear under Native American and Copper Mining and the same is true for furs and the fur trade cited under French, British or American eras but also under citation Furs.

Items under shipping might also refer to the early American period. New to. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Beads, Native American Glass Trade Beads, Glass Beads, Trade Beads of the American Fur Trade, Stone beads, and California Shell Beads Download.

pdf) Researching the Worlds Beads: An Annotated Bibliography: Australia and Pacific -- Updated 1721 more. An Appendix lists the American Maritime Museums. Also included are a Select Bibliography and an Index. The story is not one of genealogical detail or records for searching, instead, it provides the framework for understanding the lives and experiences of those who lived on or near the sea.

1st Edition. US THE FUR TRADE REVISITED; Selected Papers of the Sixth North American Fur Trade Conference, Mackin Brown, Jennifer, W. Eccles and Donald P. Heldman, editors. 1st Edition. US CHILDREN OF THE FUR TRADE: FORGOTTEN Metis of the Pacific Northwest. The item The Montagnais "hunting territory" and the fur trade, by Eleanor Leacock represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or.

maintained that the whole of the American fur crop eventually found its way to the London mar ket. Lampson to Ramsay Crooks, December 1,American Fur Company Papers. For a thorough bibliography on the economics of the post-Civil War fur trade, see Ernest Thomas Seton, Life-Histories of Northern Animals: An Account of the Mammals.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Describes the early fur trade in the New World and discusses its influence on North American history Notes.

(source edition) Show More. Full catalog record MARCXML. plus-circle Add Review. American Fur Company invoices, Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Contributor: American Fur Company - State Historical Society of Wisconsin. In past reports I have restricted the bibliography to those sources cited in the footnotes. In the case of Grand Portage, I am including dozens of sources not cited. Ledger Book, Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Company (XY Company), including dates "The French Element in the American Fur Trade, ," PhD dissertation, U.

Not a fur trade book, per se, however a really interesting account of a trip inright at the threshold of when the traditional ways of the north were changing. Motors were in the process of replacing paddles, and the author was seeing what he knew to be one of the last of the aboriginal annual trips to trade.

It looks at the fur trade from the perspective of labor relations, and clearly identifies the differences in class, culture, and power that were common to the 18th and 19th century especially in connection with the North American fur trade.

The author covers the ground thoroughly, and readers will come away having learned a great by: Coates, Julia. Trail of Tears. 1st ed.

Santa Barbara: Greenwood. Julia Coates, with the Landmark of the American Mosaic Series, gives a complete in-depth look at the entire event of the trail of ng on the Cherokee tribes firsthand account history along with many other factors like treaties and wars, the book shows the complete story of the trail of tears from start to finish.

Native American Indians were the major source of beaver pelts and buffalo hides, for the Canadian, Great Lakes, and upper Missouri River fur trade from the late 17th to the early 19th century.

During most of this period, Native Americans used nets, snares, deadfalls, clubs, etc. to. 1 edition published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide A preliminary bibliography on the American fur trade by Stuart Cuthbertson (Book). Publication Information The main body of the Publication Information page contains all the metadata that HRAF holds for that document.

Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Leacock, Eleanor Burke, Title: The Montagnais 'hunting territory' and the fur trade Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph American anthropologist -- Vol.

56, no. 5, part 2. The name of war: King Philips War and the origins of American identity. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Malone, Patrick M. The Skulking way of war: technology and tactics among the New England Indians. New York: Madison Books, Martin, Calvin.

Keepers of the game: Indian-animal relationships and the fur trade. English. Most tribes engaged in the fur trade wielded substantial autonomy and influence as independent political and economic actors in the dynamics of the North American fur trade.

Most Native American groups involved in the fur trade inextricably tied trade and exchange of any kind directly to personal relationships. One generally did. The American Fur Trade Of The Far West: A History Of The Pioneer Trading Posts And Early Fur Companies Of The Missouri Valley And The Rocky Mountains Hiram Martin Chittenden, Earthclock A Narrative Calendar Of Nature's Seasons|Anita Nygaard, First Lessons In Algebra, Embracing The Elements Of The Science (Bibliobazaar Reproduction)|Charles Davies, The Spirit Of Social Work:.

Other animals, including the koala, the kangaroo and the platypus, have been victims of the fur trade. However, there is growing awareness of the need to protect endangered animals. Inthe Mason Act if New York State was enacted. It banned the sale of leopard, snow tiger, ocelot, margay, red wolf, vicuna, polar bear and cougar skins.

Press, xxvi, ; viii, p. Illustrations, maps, bibliography, indexes. ) In her introduction to the edition of Hiram Martin Chittenden's The American Fur Trade of the Far West Grace Lee Nute, Research Asso-ciate of the Minnesota Historical Society, noted how well Chittenden's.

William B. Butlers new history, The Fur Trade in Colorado, compiles a host of primary and secondary sources into a readable, useful, and well-illustrated survey of those years.

Its filled with intriguing facts: Taos lightning, a clear, wheat-based alcohol distilled near that New Mexico town, was sometimes laced with molasses or chiles or even. Tonquin was a ton American merchant ship initially operated by Fanning Coles and later by the Pacific Fur Company (PFC), a subsidiary of the American Fur Company (AFC).

Its first commander was Edmund Fanning, who sailed to the Qing Empire for valuable Chinese trade goods in The vessel was outfitted for another journey to China and then was sold to German-American entrepreneur John. "Here is a book for the historian, the student, the gun collector or aficionado It approaches understatement to call Guns on the Early Frontiers an outstanding contribution to firearms literature.

It sets its own standard. "--New York Times. "A Glossary of Gun Terms, ample footnotes most skillfully arranged and illustrations beyond the dreams of avarice complement the text, which.

Throughout the book, Podruchny guides the reader through a wealth of source material, drawn from archives across the country, and makes use of photographs, illustrations, maps, and tables. The last pages of the book are devoted to comprehensive endnotes, and a bibliography which is divided into archival sources and published scholarship.

The fur trade influenced every aspect of life-from how Europeans related to the Indians, how and where settlements were built, to how our nation formed.

Drawing on primary sources, including the diaries of Ojibwa, American, and French traders of the period, this Society of School Librarians International Honor Book gives readers a glimpse of. In this Book. Written in a unique biographical format, Robert Willoughby interweaves the stories of six brothers who shaped the American trans-Mississippi West during the first five decades of the nineteenth century.

After migrating from French Canada to St. Louis, the brothers Robidoux-Joseph, Francois, Antoine, Louis, Michel, and Isadore. Chapter IV: Illustrates the relations of a culture's material life to its cosmological concepts.

Uses examples from Itel'mens, Chukchi and Evenks. 72 pages; bibliography. Bogoras, Waldemar The Chukchi of northeastern Asia. American Anthropolo- gist Based largely on field work.

Covers many topics briefly. Early history: early contact and warfare of the Chukchi with the. The rich history of the Native American brims with agriculture, hunting, crafts, music, culinary arts, storytelling, religious culture, battle prowess, medicine, and mythology.

It is also a history marked by bloodshed and battle, conquest, violence, religious conflict, disease, and starvation. American Indian Chronology guides the reader through the most significant events in Native North. In the longest chapter of the book, Fur, Hudsons Bay and North-West Company histories are told from side to side the lives of company men.

Each man stands for an era and a company, but also a person response to landscapes that turn out to be Alberta and to the First Nations peoples already living on that land. More than a third of the papers concern the fur trade with the Dakota Indians of the Upper Mississippi Valley from todocumenting Sibley's business association with the American Fur Company and its successor, Pierre Chouteau, Jr.and Company, as well as his interest in the treaties, wars, and welfare of the Dakota.

The bulk of the bibliography deals with printed sources which can be of primary or secondary in nature. I have avoided trying to present the holdings of the many archives throughout the states of Michigan and Wisconsin. For the convenience of the information seeker the bibliography has been broken down into various topics to make the search more.

"On the Fur Trade. " Agricultural Magazine, vol. 6, no. 30, Jan.pp. American Antiquarian Society (AAS) Historical Periodicals Collection: Series 1.

Note: This source is written by an author known only by initials; therefore, the easiest method is to treat the initials as a unit. fur trade, in American history. Trade in animal skins and pelts had gone on since antiquity, but reached its height in the wilderness of North America from the 17th to the early 19th cent.

The demand for furs was an important factor in the commercial life of all the British and Dutch seaboard colonies, as well as of S Louisiana, Texas, and the. linear feet. This series contains Paul Phillips' writings, both published and unpublished. Most of the series consists of edited typescripts for a two-volume manuscript analyzing the history and cultural impacts of the North American fur trade.

These typescripts exhibit notes from Phillips and his editor. Why Fur and Why Families. Sources and Definitions Maps and Signposts Part I Replacing a State: The Continental Web of Family Trade Chapter 1 Families and Fur: The Personal World of the Early American West The Chouteau Family and the Missouri River World 30 "Middle Ground" or "Native Ground".

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