2 edition of Fur trade posts of the Northwest Territories, 1870-1970 found in the catalog.
Fur trade posts of the Northwest Territories, 1870-1970
Peter J. Usher
|Statement||by Peter J. Usher|
|Series||Canada Northern Science Research Group. NSRG -- 71-04, Canada. Bureau des recherches scientifiques sur le Nord. NSRG report -- 71-4|
|Contributions||Canada. Northern Science Research Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||180. p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||72-175080|
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of«Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories: », in Milton Freeman (ed.) Inuit Land Use and Occupancy Project. Peter J. Usher has written: 'Fur trade posts of the Northwest Territories, ' -- Fur trade posts of the Northwest Territories Fur trade, Canada, Directories, Northwest Territories Asked in Century - s Why did the fur.
Fur Trade in the Northwest Territories Fur trading posts were operated by the Hudson's Bay Company and others at many additional locations, which failed to achieve settlement status. On the development of fur trade activity in the Keewatin District, see Peter J.
Usher, Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories, (Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, ), p. See Fred Breummer, ‘The Tree-line’ The Beaver, Outfit (2) (), University of Alberta - Evergreen and Gold Yearbook (Edmonton, Alberta Canada), Class ofPage of | has the largest online yearbook collection of college, university, high school, middle school, junior high school, military, naval cruise books and yearbooks.
Search and browse yearbooks online. Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories: by Peter J. Usher Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories: by Peter J. Usher (p. ) Review by: A. Copland. They started by purchasing 7 pre-existing fur trading posts, but quickly built up to 35 posts, but lacked the financial resources to survive a recession in the early 's and went out of business in Their tokens were issued from Baker Lake in the Northwest Territories (now Nunavut) right around fur trade posts of the northwest territories,by peter j.
usher (Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa,1S0 pages). perceptions and attitudes in resources management, edited by W. Derrick. Fur trade posts of the Northwest Territories –, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Northern Science Research Group, Ottawa () NSRG Google ScholarCited by: 3.
USHER, Peter J. Fur trade posts of the Northwest TerritoriesOttawa, Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, NSCR The Caribou Eskimos: Material and Social Life and.
People and Pelts: Selected Papers of the Second North American Fur-Trade Conference ed. by Malvina Bolus, and: Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories, – by Peter J.
Usher, and: The Red River Settlement: Its Rise, Progress and Present State by. Northwest Territories. “Report on archaeological investigations in the Belcher Islands during the summer ofunder Permit #” Report on file with the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
Jackson, G D. Belcher Islands, Northwest Territories: 33M, 34D, E. Geological Survey of. This is a brief timeline of the history of Canada, comprising important social, economic, political, military, legal, and territorial changes and events in Canada and its predecessor states. 10 20th century.
11 21st century. 14 Further reading. 15 External links. #N#At some unknown time prior to this date, Paleo-Indians moved across the. Template:Otheruses Template:Infobox Province or territory of Canada Manitoba is one of Canada's 10 provinces.
It was officially recognized by the Federal Government in as separate from the Northwest Territories, and became the first province created from the Territories.
It is the easternmost of the three Prairie provinces. Its capital and largest city (containing over one half the. Northern Canada was first occupied by man at le years ago. The fur trader, the first European to live in what is now the Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories, arrived less than years ago, and northern land use, not related to subsistence living or the fur trade, has a history of less than years.
The north has experienced three distinct waves of land use activity within Cited by: 2. Gerhard Ens, Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing Worlds of the Red River Metis in the Nineteenth Century (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ), ; ; Peter J.
Usher, Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories (Ottawa: Department of Author: George Colpitts. Usher, Peter J. Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories, Ottawa: Northern Science Research Group, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Usher, Peter J.
"Property as the Basis of Inuit Hunting Rights." Property Rights and. 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. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Usher, Peter J. Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories, Ottawa: Northern Science Research Group, Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Usher, Peter J., and Canadian Association of Geographers.
P.J. UsherFur trade posts of the Northwest Territories – M.M.R. Freeman (Ed.), Inuit Land Use and Occupancy Project, 2, Dept. of Indian and Northern Affairs, Ottawa () Google ScholarCited by: 2. Full text of "The Noice collection of Copper Inuit material culture" that he hoped to sell for sufficient funds to allow him to live in the city for a year or two while he wrote a book about his travels.
Ottawa. Usher, P. Fur Trade Posts of the Northwest Territories, Department of. Maps Showing the Hudson's Bay Company's Lands, Stores, Fur Trade Posts in Canada [Western Canada, Fur Trade, Hudson's Bay Company, Western Canada] London: Hudson's Bay Company, (Card covers) 8pp.
Very good. Map no. 2 only. The corners are lightly worn and map no. 1 is missing. If urbanization in the North is to emerge beyond the "instant town" or the "frontier town" models, an integrated understanding of what constitutes quality of life in northern settlements is required.
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Upon arrival, they were allocated farm lots along the Red River north of the confluence of the Assiniboine and Red, popularly known as “The Forks.” The settlement’s population grew rapidly from a mere two hundred in to two thousand bydue in large part to the Hudson’s Bay Company’s merger with its fur-trade rival, the.
Instead of beginning the book with an analysis of the fur trade and the economies and societies of the Metis and aboriginal peoples, Waiser begins his narrative in with an account of the territorial ambitions of the colonizers, and their ineffectual and contradictory efforts to remake aboriginals into economic citizens of the new order.
The emergence of hunting territories among the Northern Ojibwa. Ethnology Bishop, Charles A. Demography, ecology and trade among the Northern Ojibwa and Swampy Cree. Western Canadian Journal of Anthropology Bishop, Charles A.
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This useful item includes one page, "Important Events in the History of Alberta". /Remainder of the book is "News from the Rare Book Room" & is essentially an extensive listing of its archives, including rare pamphlets & books dealing with the fur trade, Klondike gold rush, cattle trade, pioneer life, etc.
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The frontier region of the time lay along the Great Lakes, where Astor’s American Fur Company operated in the Indian trade, and beyond the Mississippi, where Indian traders extended their activity even to the Rocky Mountains; Florida also furnished frontier conditions.
The Mississippi River region was the scene of typical frontier settlements.The Historical Marker Database - Selected Markers This file contains as waypoints the location of one or more historical markers selected from the database.
T This memorial is dedicated to those men who successfully defended Coffeyville during the Dalton Raid. October 5, ]]> Waypoint Erected May 9, by The Woman's.To enhance the trade through Antwerp, the Belgian government refunded the tolls levied by the Dutch.
As trade increased, this policy started to weigh heavily on the government’s funds. Moreover, with the liberalization of trade, there was a tendency to eliminate such tolls. The Sont and Stade toll had been bought out by the maritime nations.