The Fur Trade and Politics: How Did It Impact the Political Decisions of ...

The Fur Trade and Politics: How Did It Impact the Political Decisions of ...

Impact of the Fur Trade on Politics written by: Thea Franklin • edited by: Laurie Patsalides • updated: 1/5/2012 Learn about how the fur trade started...

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