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This drawing of fur trading at Fort Nez Perce also known as Fort

This drawing of fur trading at Fort Nez Perce also known as Fort

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Running them down; Hauling the meat in with dogs - Fort Babine 1875

Fort Nisqually Survey Party

The Habitation of Port Royal For half a century or more after Cartier's voyages, France neglected the new world. Foreign wars and domestic strife between ...

Image, 2004, Fort Nez Perce marker, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge

Fort Astoria photo Franchere_fort_astoria_1813_zps15930b64.jpg. While Astor provided the capital for ...

"Fur Trading at Fort Nez Percés". in 1841. (by American Frontier, Joseph Drayton). | mystory | Pinterest | Fur trade and American frontier

Manitoba - Henty James Warre, watercolour, "[Upper] Fort Garry, Winnipeg" showing the south wall.

Image, 2004, Fort Nez Perce marker, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge

Hauling Up A Rapid (Les Dalles Des Morts) On The Columbia River. Lt. Henry Warre, 1846. Image PDP00057 courtesy of the Royal BC Museum and Archives, ...

Fort Nisqually and Puget Sound. This drawing ...

Fort Vancouver, (right). Sketched by Captain H. Warre, (1819–1898). The flag visible here is actually the Hudson's Bay Company flag.

"Fur Trading at Fort Nez Percés". in 1841. (by American Frontier, Joseph Drayton). | mystory | Pinterest | Fur trade and American frontier

Tipi Grounds

Image, 2004, Fort Walla Walla sign, Wallula, Washington, click to enlarge

interactive map showing the Kootenay country during the fur trade

Fur industry- hat-making, Canadian voyageurs. ( 1858- )

By 1831 HBC's successful trading operations on the Northwest Coast had forced out American competitors, increasing average beaver returns from the northern ...

The Dalles of the Columbia River

The spreadsheet below is a reworking of the same data, separating furs from non-fur sundries and sorting furs by the total value of each species or type ...

Fort Walla Walla–Fort Colville Military Road

The spreadsheet below is a reworking of the same data, separating furs from non-fur sundries and sorting furs by the total value of each species or type ...

Alberta 1890s fur trader

Facsimile map of the Columbia River between Fort Colvile and the Boat Encampment

Fur trade in Nizhny Novgorod (before 1906)

Map showing the site as it appeared in the HBC period with the locations of the

Yellowed paper, torn around edges, with pencil sketch of small cabins with Fort Vancouver This sketch ...

Two papers containing a panoramic sketch of village houses with Fort Vancouver and Mount Hood in This ...

A rare photo showing the walls and towers of Fort Garry, Winnipeg, Canada,

They were the building presently designated as no. 5 on the Site Plan, Historic Structures Report, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site ...

Penny Postcard, Fort Walla Walla with troups, ca1908

Map of the Columbia district, HBC. Map, Fort ...

Furs at HBC replica fort at Fort Langley, B. C.

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This graph provides a visual comparison of the annual beaver returns (dark grey below) to non-beaver returns (light grey above), for the Columbia Department ...

Lewis and Clark and The Corps of Discovery, part 3: From The Rocky Mountains to Fort Clatsop

Looking down on location of Fort Nez Percés, as seen in 2006.

"Fur Trading at Fort Nez Percés". in 1841. (by American Frontier, Joseph Drayton). | mystory | Pinterest | Fur trade and American frontier

Tule, Schoenoplectus acutus, is a giant species of sedge in the plant family Cyperaceae, native to freshwater marshes all over North America.

Trade links among northern Plains tribes about 1775, before the arrival of Europeans. Courtesy W. Raymond Wood. Click to enlarge

Line drawing showing the layout of buildings around the fort, including houses, and industrial

Chief Peo-peo-mox-mox, drawing by Gustav Sohon, 1855

Fort Astoria - The layout of Fort Astoria in 1811.

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The Nez Perce said that they preferred the blue bead over the red bead. The bead they referred to was called the sky-blue padre because of its light blue ...

This drawing of fur trading at Fort Nez Perce (also known as Fort Walla Walla) was drawn by Joseph Drayton, one of several artists hired for a US n…

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Map showing relative locations of Fort Nez Perces / Fort Walla Walla and Frenchtown. The

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Exploration and mapping of the west (see above) is credited to a small group of men who exemplified courage, tenacity and wanderlust.

Map of Nez Perce War. MapNezPerceWar-a

The old Thompson's River post was built on the east bank of the North Thompson River

Spearing salmon in the Long Narrows, 1901. In the 19th century spearing was the

Looking southwest, Old Fort ...

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And, after the horse made travel to buffalo country easier, buffalo hides covered more tipis and longhouses. Canvas arrived with the fur trade, ...

Fur muff manufacturer Ralph Moses, New York, 1949 advertisement

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This was the famous or infamous "Barriere" fire, which burned down a town and its sawmill and destroyed a great deal of property.

On left, Josiah Redwolf, the last survivor of the Nez Perce War of 1877, fishing near Celilo, probably in the 1940s.

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William Bent - Old Bent's Fort, Sketch by Lt. James Abert, published 1914

Effects of Western Expansion on the Interaction of Explorers, Fur Traders and Mountain Men on Native American Indians Historical Facts Pictures Maps

Four versions of the Kanaka Village site from different historic period maps, analyzed and drawn by Terri Taylor, National Park Service, Pacific Northwest ...

When Allen Pinkham Jr. was here two years ago as an artist-in-residence, he said that “we Nez Perce were canoe people,” and that he would like to come back ...

Fur traders were not the same as settlers in that they did not come to establish permanent towns and farms or to dispossess Indians from their lands.

This later (1855) sketch by Richard Covington of Hudson's Bay Company and U.S. Army buildings shows the Hudson's Bay Company's cemetery (left, mid-ground); ...

Native America Project: Indian Fur Trade and Trading Posts - Google My Maps

For example, this snippet from the Spring 1841 inventory of Fort Vancouver shows six Columbia boats (using that name), six batteaus, one ship's boat, ...

Nez Perce Native Indian

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Fort Walla Walla

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The Nez Perce entered Yellowstone on August 23rd. They knew the park well, having visited often to hunt and gather food or while traveling east to the ...

On left, Josiah Redwolf, the last survivor of the Nez Perce War of 1877, fishing near Celilo, probably in the 1940s.

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Map showing the route of the Astorians, 1811-1812. (click on image for an enlargement in a new window) National Park Service (Great Explorers of the West, ...

It does appear as though the old post at the Thompson's River was the centre of the fur traders' web -- and for many years it was.

General map of the "Beaver Hunting Grounds" described in "Deed from the Five Nations to the King, of their Beaver Hunting Ground," also known as the Nanfan ...

Trading Post

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