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State Historical Society of North Dakota
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Edited by Virginia L. Heidenreich The impact of the fur trade on American Indian cultures in North Dakota from the 1730s to 1880s is captured in four well-written essays by W. Raymond Wood, C.L. Dill, Gregory S. Camp, and Jacqueline C. Peterson. The essays detail the people, companies, and forts that dominated the era, making a case that the fur trade...
Edited by Virginia L. Heidenreich The impact of the fur trade on American Indian cultures in North Dakota from the 1730s to 1880s is captured in four well-written essays by W. Raymond Wood, C.L. Dill, Gregory S. Camp, and Jacqueline C. Peterson. The essays detail the people, companies, and forts that dominated the era, making a case that the fur trade and encounters with European races were primary factors in the destruction of Indian culture. This book also is an articulate overview of the fur trade, Indian traders, intertribal relations, and interaction between environment and economics. An exceptional complement to collections on fur trade and history, this book also is an excellent resource on Chippewa and Métis history on the Plains.
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