Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada

Then and Now
  • 124 Pages
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University of Toronto Press
International - General, Business / Economics / Finance, non-fiction, Fur trade, C
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ISBN 100802063845
ISBN 139780802063847

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"Fur Trade Routes". The Canadian Encyclopedia, 05 December The Fur Trade in Canada: An illustrated historyA book that reveals the Aboriginal roots of the fur trade and the development of the major fur trading centres across Canada. From The Fur TradeA history of the Red River Cart and the trails they.

Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada book Defines historical fur-trade canoe routes, linking them where necessary with modern landmarks and roads, and describing their general condition today where they have been changed.

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Eric W. Morse was an author, wilderness canoe traveler and historian. He was born Decem in India and died in Ottawa March Life. In while at an Ottawa dinner party Eric Morse challenged the diplomats and businessmen to.

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Morse.: R/E-PDF "This study is a by-product of several years' summer holidays devoted to retracing by canoe the principal routes, with early journals excerpted and taken along for study on the spot. Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada, Then and Now by Eric W. Morse A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

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[Eric W Morse; Canada. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.; Parks Canada.] -- Defines historical fur-trade canoe routes, linking them where necessary with modern landmarks and roads, and describing their general condition today where they have been changed.

Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada: Then and Now Paperback – February 1, by Eric Wilton Morse (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: Mattawa, Ontario, Canada - An Important Junction during the Fur Trade Hi Al I snapped this picture on my way back from Stonecliffe.

It is a Jesuit burial site, and was possibly used as a landmark during the Fur trade. It is situated directly across from the mouth of the Mattawa River coming unto the Ottawa River. Located high on the Quebec. Get this from a library.

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At the time of its publication inThe Fur Trade in Canada challenged and inspired scholars, historians, and economists. Now, almost seventy years later, Harold Innis's fundamental reinterpretation of Canadian history continues to exert a magnetic influence.

Innis has long been regarded as one of Canada's foremost historians, and in The Fur Trade in Canada he Reviews: 1. Canoe Lady: A Novel of Artist Frances Anne Hopkins’ Years in Canada. Dot Wilson. (Olympia, WA: Boundary Line Books, ) Historic figures meet fictional characters: in the s, a young British woman travels via birch bark canoe through the fur trade routes of.

Fur trade canoe routes of Canada/Then and now, Morse, Eric Wilton. The fur trade in Canada: An introduction to Canadian economic history (A Yale Western Americana paperbound) Published by Book Society of Canada Limited () Used.

Quantity Available: 1. A COMPILATION OF PHOTOS, SLIDES FROM TO Don paddled canoe routes in Northern Ontario between and preparing a draft of NORTHERN ONTARIO CANOE ROUTES for the Ontario Ministry of. Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada/Then and Now, by Eric W. Morse A great study of the voyageurs: where, how, and why they traveled.

Free download e-book from Government of Canada publications. (Image from Wikipedia: Shooting the Rapids, Frances Hopkins. She was the wife of a Hudson's Bay Company official, and traveled with him.

However, canoe trasportation remained important over a large part of Canada well into the mid twentieth century for many of it's inhabitants, as well as the Hudson's Bay Co, which continued to supply their northern posts over the old trade routes.

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Elaborately decorated fur-trade birchbark canoe on Lake Chibougamau, Quebec, ; note the. The Economic History of the Fur Trade: to Ann M. Carlos, University of Colorado Frank D. Lewis, Queen’s University Introduction.

A commercial fur trade in North America grew out of the early contact between Indians and European fisherman who were netting cod on the Grand Banks off Newfoundland and on the Bay of Gaspé near Quebec. The great canoes of Canada's fur trade era opened up our nation's frontiers "Voyaging canoes played a crucial role in the economic, political, military, and missionary affairs of North America over a span of several centuries." Canada is a canoe route.-attributed to Arthur Lower, historian, c.

“Beautiful prairies, bordered by lofty hills sparsely scattered with timber, stretch around. The massive fronds of the Pinus Ponderosa replace the elegant leaflets of the Cedar, no longer found save rarely, perchance, in some deep dell moistened by a purling streamlet.

Canoe Manned by Voyageurs Passing a Waterfall,Source: Library and Archives Canada/Crédit: Frances Anne Hopkins/Frances Anne Hopkins fonds/C Canoe Manned by Voyageurs Passing a Waterfall () was, I believe, done on commission for the couple seated in the center of the canoe.

Their identity is strongly debated among scholars. Different trip, different canoe. Based on the Native birch bark design, the canoe used in the fur trade was a symbol of pride for was their means of transportation during the day and a shelter at night.

Trading companies chose which type of canoe to use according to its features and the waterways it needed to navigate.The "Voyageur Channel" marked on the topos is not the channel used by the Voyageurs. They used instead the "Old Voyageur Channel" (not marked on the topo), as discussed in Toni Harting's book.

It was Eric Morse (Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada / Then and Now, University of Toronto Press, ) who located the correct route, using the old journals.Fur Trade and Empire: George Simpson's Journal.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Moodie, D. Wayne, and Barry Kaye. "Indian Agriculture in the Fur Trade Northwest." Prairie Forum 11 (Fall ) Morse, Eric W.

Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada: Then and Now. Toronto: University of Toronto Press,