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Thoughts on the Mountain Man and the Fur Trade CritiqueThis article was somewhat interesting it was not a very appealing title for the author to have chosen to write about He talks about the importance of Fur Trade in the 1800s even though there are those who say it was not a very important export that required few men I strongly believe that this did play a very big role in history What I found very interesting in this article was the fact that even though the mountain men seemed to have very many conflicts with the Native Americans they were still attracted to the Native American women They kept clean because of these Native American women The Mountain Men if married to a Native American they would turn their lives to ranching and this I believe helped industrialization There are a lot of different things that helped the industrialization time but this was one of them I also thought about how the times then relate to the way we live now We are again very similar to past people One thing that really caught my attention was that the way we women and men are is exactly the way it was before The example that I can think about right now is when young teenage women go out they tend to get dressed and put on make-up and really clean themselves up to try to impress the opposite sex They try their hardest to really have the attention from the opposite sex I personally know that when I go out that I try to look the best so that I can have a little attention from the opposite sex So in a very similar way we resemble the past life of Mountain Men and Native Americans I think another example that I can use is when the Latin men get angry because for some strange reason most Latin women are very attracted to
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