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by Alan R. Woolworth,Douglas A. Birk,Bruce M. White,Carolyn Gilman

  • Author: Alan R. Woolworth,Douglas A. Birk,Bruce M. White,Carolyn Gilman
  • ISBN: 0873511565
  • ISBN13: 978-0873511568
  • ePub: 1751 kb | FB2: 1189 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society Press (May 15, 1988)
  • Pages: 144
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Where Two Worlds Meet: The Great Lakes Fur Trade (Museum Exhibit Series) ePub download

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Photos of tools, clothing, and trade items shown in the exhibit are accompanied by beautiful reproductions of eighteenth-century paintings and drawings, some in color.

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Inspired by an exhibit of artifacts from the fur trade of the 1700s, this fascinating and attractive catalog includes a history of the fur trade and essays on various aspects of the early cross-cultural contacts between Indians and whites. Photos of tools, clothing, and trade items shown in the exhibit are accompanied by beautiful reproductions of eighteenth-century paintings and drawings, some in color.
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