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Canadian Fur Trade By Michael Bell E-mail mucco100hotmailcom The Fur Trade in Canada is a huge part of our history and has played a big role in shaping us as a country There are many aspects of the Fur Trade that must be looked at to see how Canada has been shaped economically and politically in the past and present The Fur Trade has also affected the lives of people who lived during the Fur Trade as well as people today through the way capital has been controlled and distributed within society We must look at the many aspects of the Fur Trade to examine who has benefited and who has been harmed from its effects A look at the rise and fall of the Fur Trade and a look at the economic and political history of Canada will show who has benefited and who has been harmed Lets begin with the arrival of Cartier one of the first founder of the New America to see how the Fur Trade began The early beginning of the Fur Trade started in the early sixteenth century It began with the finding of the great amount of fish along the banks of the New America that really attracted the Europeans to take an interest The fishing was so great along the banks that the fish would come to you to be caught Swarming with fish which can be taken not only with the net but in buckets let down with a stoneFinlay 1984 pg17 The fishing was great but it was not enough to attract fishermen from Europe to colonize this new land Cartier who had become associated with the natives of the land begun to see that they had a great interest in the goods they had with them The natives were smart and knew that the items like kettles and iron pots were more useful then there own traditional ways They found that the goods of
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