Box Grand Portage , MN Explore This Park.
Grand Portage National Monument Minnesota. Info Alerts Maps Calendar Reserve. Alerts In Effect Dismiss.
Superior rendezvous-place : Fort William in the Canadian fur trade / Jean Morrison
Suggested Reading. Old Library Sketch. The compelling tale of Kitchi Onigaming -the Great Carrying Place-the legendary fur-trade crossroads where Indian and European cultures have interacted for three centuries. Peter C. New York: Penguin Books, This sweeping volume chronicles the epic adventures of the eccentric knights, unscrupulous financiers, and shrewd Scottish traders who created the North American fur trade.
Winnipeg: Heartland Publications, Inc. Explains how the fur trade is the story of North America. Barry Gough. The history of Alexander Mackenzie, a man of enormous ego and overpowering ambition who left Scotland in search of opportunity in the North American fur trade. Jean Morrison, editor.
- The Facts on Plastic: Lake Superior is not immune;
- تفاصيل الكتاب.
- BNC CataList - Canadian Heritage | Dundurn.
- ISBN 13: 9781550027815.
- By Conscience Bound.
Carolyn Podruchny. Explores the beliefs, ethics, culture and daily lives of the voyageurs who worked in the fur trade as paddlers and laborers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Many Tender Ties. Sylvis Van Kirk. Norman, OK, University of Oklahoma Press, Insightful exploration of women's roles on the fur trade society indicating that Indian, Metis and European women maintained a powerful influence. Howard Sivertson. Beautiful, carefully researched paintings, accompanied by informative text relating to various aspects of the Lake Superior fur trade. The Northwest Company.
Majorie Wilkins Campbell. Describes their far reaching accomplishments and the course of the country that would become Canada. Majorie Wilkins Cambell. Jean Morrison. Toronto: Natural Heritage books, A history of fort William, in present-day Thunder Bay, Canada and the role it played in the early 19th century fur trade.
View topic - Voyageur Medicine | Canadian Canoe Routes
Robert C. Wheeler illustrated by David Christofferson. Saint Paul, Mn : Wheeler Productions, Thoroughly researched wonderful illustrations of actual artifacts found at fur trade sites such as Grand Portage. Grace Lee Nute.
- Silver Creek Books & Antiques - AbeBooks?
- Superior Rendezvous-Place: Fort William in the Canadian Fur Trade.
- Yi Sun Shin.
- Joys of My Life (A Hawkenlye Mystery Book 12).
- Adam am Kalkbaum (German Edition)!
- Life is a Dream: 40 Years Reading Poems 1967-2007.
- Jean Morrison (Author of GROK Relationship Games).
St Paul, MN: Minnesota Historical Society Press, , reprinted For many years, this was the definitive work on French-Canadians who manned the great canoes of the fur trade from Montreal to the far northwest. The author brought the world of the fur trade alive to a wide audience with this book. Grace lee Nute. Paul: MHS Press,, reprinted Another classic, describes the routes along Lake Superior that connected to Minnesota's inland waterways used by explorers, fur traders, missionaries, map makers, lumberjacks, miners, conservationists and naturalists.
Carolyn Gilman, editor. MHS Press, Exhibit catalog; interesting and useful resources for its many important essays and illustrations about the upper Great Lakes fur trade and its material culture.
The Champlain Society, One of the finest early expressions of the land and Native people of western North America. Volume II of an eventual three volume set based on a fresh transcription from the original manuscript meeting modern standards of documentary editing. Five Fur Traders of the Northwest. Charles M. Gates, editor. Saint Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, One of the first popular resources on the fur trade, this book contains the narrative of Peter Pond, as well as four diaries by John Macdonell, Archibald N.
Daniel Williams Harmon. Kaye Lamb, editor. Reprint of the authentic version, this is, "One of the most famous journals of the Canadian fur trade George Nelson.
It was moved to this site from the East House on the historic grounds after a flood damaged the East House in The library itself had books and other material damaged by an earlier flood in The new facility provides a more secure environment including superior humidity, lighting, and safety controls to preserve our collection of rare and unique material. Please note that we are a non-lending library and that we do not have any material concerning the cities of Fort William or Port Arthur. When visiting the library, please help maintain the integrity of this irreplaceable collection by adhering to the following rules:.
Library staff will re-shelve books for you. During the summer season, the Library is open during the Fort's regular operating hours. Off-season hours vary. Please call ahead or e-mail our librarian to book an appointment:.