5 edition of Fur traders from New England found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -132) and index.
|Statement||edited, with notes and introduction by Briton C. Busch and Barry M. Gough.|
|Series||Northwest historical series ;, 18|
|Contributions||Sturgis, William, 1782-1863., Swan, James Gilchrist., Busch, Briton Cooper., Gough, Barry M.|
|LC Classifications||F851.5 .P49 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||96014833|
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Fur Traders from New England: The Boston Men in the North Pacific, (Volume 18) (Northwest Historical Series) Hardcover – December 2, by Briton C. Busch (Author), Barry Gough (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Briton C.
Busch, Barry Gough. Fur Traders from New England: The Boston Men in the North Pacific, the Narratives of William Dane Phelps, William Sturgis, and James Gilchrist Swan Volume 18 of Northwest historical series: Authors: William Dane Phelps, William Sturgis, James Gilchrist Swan: Editors: Briton Cooper Busch, Barry M.
Gough: Publisher: Arthur H. Clark. The Hardcover of the Fur Traders from New England, the Boston Men, The Narratives of William Dane Phelps, William Sturgis and James Gilchrist.
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From to ; IV. The Fur Trade of the Merrimac Valley; V. The Fur Trade in the Foreign Relations of New England. New England and the Dutch; 2.
New England and the French; VI. The Organization. His most recent book is Fur, Fortune, and Empire: The Epic History of the Fur Trade (W. Norton, July ), a national bestseller, was chosen by New West, The Seattle Times, and The Rocky Mountain Land Library as one of the top non-fiction books of /5(75).
Someone could write a fascinating book about those pioneer American fur traders, from New England to Georgia, who sent pack trains westward and enriched themselves from sales to. After the War ofin the wake of the over-hunting of sea otters, American maritime fur traders took more and more beaver skins, which came via intertribal trade from New Caledonia, the northern interior of the HBC’S Columbia Department (the company’s administrative name for the Oregon Country).
The fur trade was a vast commercial enterprise across the wild, forested expanse of what is now Canada. It was at its peak for nearly years, from the early 17th to the midth centuries. It was sustained primarily by the trapping of beavers to satisfy the European demand for felt hats.
The intensely competitive trade opened the continent. Canadian fur traders and Mountain Men in search of beaver were the major explorers of North America and ultimately American Western Expansion.
In addition to the economic benefits of the fur trade, Mountain Men were a major factor in determining the boundaries of the United States, especially the Pacific Northwest. OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm: Contents: v. 1: The demand for furs --Foundations of the American fur trade --The early French monopolies --The French advance on the St.
Lawrence --The English advance and first conquest of New France --The Hundred Associates --Early traders in New England --Dutch and Swedish fur traders. Skinheads, Fur Traders, and DJs book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The true story of a legend of Canadian pop culture b /5(6). Get this from a library. Fur traders from New England: the Boston men in the North Pacific, the narratives of William Dane Phelps, William Sturgis, and James Gilchrist Swan.
[William Dane Phelps; William Sturgis; James G Swan; Briton Cooper Busch; Barry M Gough] -- Examines the work of Boston mariners in the fur trade and other trades during the late. The fur trade in the New World it is said started back in the 16th century.
If you arrived in the New World without a trade, short of labouring, getting into the fur trade may have been you're easiest option. If you could convince a trader to hire you and supply you with all you're needs, then you were off to a good start.
"Bloody Mohawk offers an enjoyable and readable run through the history of the Mohawk River Valley, embroiling the French and British empires, the Iroquois Federation and various American settlers ranging from Dutch fur-traders to German farmers to New England's evangelicals.
From the best-selling author of Leviathan comes this sweeping narrative of one of Americas most historically rich industries.
Beginning his epic history in the early s, Eric Jay Dolin traces the dramatic rise and fall of the American fur industry, from the first Dutch encounters with the Indians to the rise of the conservation movement in the late nineteenth century/5(69).
Much conniving went on between the French and English fur traders while France and England kept up the war for mastery in America. The fur struggle and the land struggle continued between the two nations untilwhen France ceded Canada to England. With Canada in English hands, the troubles of the Hudson’s Bay Company might have been over.
French, British, and Euro‐American trappers and traders did business with American Indians all over the frontier. (Atlas of Canada, Natural Resources) The North West Company had an agent by the name of Charles Chaboillez (shah- bwah-Yay) who established the first trading post in North Dakota in BOOK REVIEWS Fur, Fortune, and Empire: The Epic History of the Fur Trade in America.
By Eric Jay Dolin. (New York: W. Norton and Com-pany, Pp. xviii, $) Eric Dolin’s new book may help bring fur-trade history back into the academic mainstream.
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