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The other side of the ledger is an Indian view of the Hudsons Bay company The Hudsons Bay companys 300th anniversary celebration where Queen Elizabeth II among the other guests was present was no occasion for joy among the people whose lives were tied to the trading stores During the past 300 years the history has been written by white men They have only focused on the generosity of the traders and the benefits brought to the Indians However there is a sharp contrasting view from what Indians have to say about their lot in the companys operations At the time of the history Hudsons Bay company was expended over 1 million square miles of land which is now known as Canada The Ruperts Land at that time was occupied by the Indians They Indians believed that the land belonged to all men and hence the land owned by the individual was unknown However they failed to recognize that the white men had felt superiority to impose power over their identities Hence they just drifted bit by bit into white mens monopoly and never got out of it Overall I think the film has covered up all the basic arguments of the Indians and has helped to understand the period and the people of that time It has covered all the basic problems of Indians having with the Hudsons Bay Company In the following I have highlighted the main points covered in the film which illustrate the basic problems of Indians and to which I agree As it is shown in the film I too think that the introduction of the new weapons ie guns was the beginning of the Indians revolution All the other hunting methods were band The distribution of weapons in Ruperts land was done by the HBC Since company had established treading posts throughout the land and each post was run by the manager raising up
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