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  • The Fur Trade and Historical Archaeology: A Bibliography - Comprehensive listing of books and articles relating to the history of the fur trade.
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  • Library of Fur Trade Historical Source Documents - Collection of accounts of the Rocky Mountain fur trade from the 1800s through the 1840s, mostly in the form of letters and journals from travelers, fur trappers, and traders.
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  • Mountain Men and the Fur Trade - About history of the fur trade in the Rocky Mountain West from 1800 to 1850. Intends to become a text collection of historical source materials about the trade.
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  • Mountain Men, Fur Trappers - A list of Mountain Men and Fur Trappers with biographies and links.
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  • The Mountain Men: Pathfinders of the West - Covering the period of 1810-1860, the topics include the Fur Trade, Explorers and Guides, a gallery of maps, the ways of the Mountain Man, and biographies.
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  • The Museum of the Fur Trade - Dedicated to preserving the rich history of the North American fur trade and combining an outstanding collection and scholarship to interpret the story of the fur trade, the non-profit museum's three galleries discuss the fur trade from early Colonial days to the present century.
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  • Museum of the Mountain Man - Focusing on the era of the Mountain man and the Western fur trade's historical significance. Online exhibits, museum information, photographs, events, and Rendezvous information.
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  • Northwest Fur Traders - Information on the 4 major fur companies in the Pacific Northwest: Hudson Bay Company, Pacific Fur Company, Northwest company, and the Rocky Mountain Fur Company.
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  • Northwest Journal - Provides detailed, well documented and referenced information for Canadian fur trade era.
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  • Trade Goods - Short biographies of native, U.S., French and British individuals of the Midwestern fur trade era (pre-1840).
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