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Exploration, the Fur Trade and Hudson's Bay Company
- This is about the fur trade in Canada and how it led to the exploration of the country and the formation of the Hudson's Bay Company. Contains history, personalities, stories, and a timeline.
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.
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.
Mountain Men, Fur Trappers
- A list of Mountain Men and Fur Trappers with biographies and links.
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.
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.
- Provides detailed, well documented and referenced information for Canadian fur trade era.
The Fur Trade and Historical Archaeology: A Bibliography
- Comprehensive listing of books and articles relating to the history of the fur trade.
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.
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.
- Short biographies of native, U.S., French and British individuals of the Midwestern fur trade era (pre-1840).
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