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  • In 1625 an established Dutch fur-trading settlement became known as Nieuw, i.e., New, Amsterdam.

    The English Is Coming!

  • In 1625 an established Dutch fur-trading settlement became known as Nieuw, i.e., New, Amsterdam.

    The English Is Coming!

  • White men, however, during the early fur-trading days, took Indian wives for sex and companionship.

    Dorothy Garlock discusses the western novel genre and the art of writing a 'western'.

  • But "the leaders of Plymouth soon realized that the Indians wanted corn," and so in September 1621, six months after the Mayflower's arrival, a Pilgrim contingent set out on the colony's first fur-trading mission.

    The Riches Came Pelting Down

  • Champlain was attacking one of the principal towns of the Onondaga nation, who had been very active in raiding fur-trading routes to the north.

    Champlain's Dream

  • And we'd do it along one of the most historic fur-trading routes in the land of the maple leaf: the Missinaibi-Moose River corridor.

    T.

  • From Talkeetna, a onetime fur-trading village that's now a seasonal resort filled with espresso bars and alpine outfitters, the plane follows virgin forests north toward the Alaska Range, just 300 miles below the Arctic Circle.

    Dangling At 19,000 Feet

  • During this period, the French held onto their claims by continuing their fur-trading operations.

    The Grand Derangement

  • Following the Tlingits, sporadic settlements arose in connection with European mining, fur-trading, logging, commercial fishing and pioneering.

    Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, United States

  • Champlain was attacking one of the principal towns of the Onondaga nation, who had been very active in raiding fur-trading routes to the north.

    Champlain's Dream

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