3 edition of Fur trade canoe routes of Canada/Then and now found in the catalog.
Fur trade canoe routes of Canada/Then and now
Eric W. Morse
Bibliography: p. 121-123.
|Statement||by Eric W. Morse.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 125 p.|
|Number of Pages||125|
The Fur Trade Routes of Canada: Then and Now, by Eric W. Morse. Both books are available in your local library and the first will still be in bookstores, I expect. We will begin with a quote from my own book, The Pathfinder, which speaks of young Anderson's arrival in Montreal, in What a lot of you don't know is that I am the Last metis to have canoed the entire Fur Trade Route used by the NW Co. for a couple hundred years. As training, I started my trip in Banff, Alberta.
Another resource might be "Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America" by Barbara Huck. This is published by Heartland of Winnipeg, Manitoba and came out last year. Huck's is a modern traveller's guide but you might also consult the original accounts such as "Travels and Adventures in Canada and the Indian Territories between the Years. At the time of its publication in , The Fur Trade in Canada challenged and inspired scholars, historians, and economists. Now, almost seventy years later, Harold Innis's fundamental reinterpretation of Canadian history continues to exert a magnetic influence. Innis has long been regarded as one of Canada's foremost historians, and in The Fur Trade in Canada he Reviews: 1.
Mattawa, Ontario, Canada - An Important Junction during the Fur Trade Hi Al I snapped this picture on my way back from Stonecliffe. It is a Jesuit burial site, and was possibly used as a landmark during the Fur trade. It is situated directly across from the mouth of the Mattawa River coming unto the Ottawa River. Located high on the Quebec. A great reference to learn more about these cross continental canoe routes is a book called “Fur Trade Routes of Canada/ Then and Now” by Eric W. Morse. The first half of the book describes the lifestyle and techniques of the voyageurs with the second half tracing the original fur trade routes and descriptions of how they exist in the.
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Eric Morse retraces these routes, linking them to modern landmarks and roads, and draws a fascinating picture of the history, economics, and geography of the fur trade.
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Fur trade canoe routes of Canada: then and now. [Eric W Morse] -- Defines historical fur-trade canoe routes, linking them where necessary with modern landmarks and roads, and describing their general condition today where they have been changed.
After the conquest of New France inthis route was adopted by anglophone independent traders and then by the North West Company (NWC).
From Kaministiquia (later Fort William), the route inland began at Grand Portage. It twisted north and west through a series of rivers and lakes marked by more than 50 tortuous portages. From Lake. Get this from a library! Fur trade canoe routes of Canada: then and now. [Eric W Morse; Canada.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.; Parks Canada.] -- Defines historical fur-trade canoe routes, linking them where necessary with modern landmarks and roads, and describing their general condition today where they have been changed.
A COMPILATION OF PHOTOS, SLIDES FROM TO Don paddled canoe routes in Northern Ontario between and preparing a draft of NORTHERN ONTARIO CANOE ROUTES for the Ontario Ministry of.Fur trade canoe routes of Canada: then and now, Eric W. Morse. --Instantiates. Fur trade canoe routes of Canada: then and now; Publication.
Toronto, University of Toronto Press, Ottawa, Parks Canada, c; Note Includes index Bibliography note Bibliography: p. Dimensions 22 cm. --Edition 2d ed. --Extent p. Isbn Isbn.