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CANADA: FUR TRADE.
Native Americans and voyageurs in 17th century Montreal. Wood engraving, 1891, after Frederic Remington.
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NEW NETHERLAND: HUNTING.
Catching an otter in 17th-century New Netherland. Line engraving, 19th century.
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TRAPPER & FAMILY, 1840-1.
'The Trapper and His Family.' Watercolor by Charles Deas, 1840-1.
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JAMES BRIDGER (1804-1881).
American fur trader and mountain man. After a painting, 1879, by Henry H. Cross (1837-1918).
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PEOPLE.
Trapper living in Canada: Man is cutting up frozen meat with an axe - Photographer: Felix H. Man - Published by: 'Koralle' 06/1934 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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PEOPLE.
Trapper living in Canada: Heating of a oven - Photographer: Felix H. Man - Published by: 'Koralle' 06/1934 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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REMINGTON: FUR TRAPPER.
'A White Trapper'. Wood engraving, 1891, after Frederic Remington.
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BEAR TRAPPERS.
The capture of a bear in Poland. Line engraving, Dutch, 18th century.
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CANADA: FUR TRADERS, 1879.
Meeting between Native American and Canadian fur traders of the Hudson's Bay Company. Wood engraving, 1879.
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CANADA: FUR TRADE.
'The Courier Du Bois and the Savage.' Wood engraving, 1892, after Frederic Remington.
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MANNEQUINS OF THE FOURRURE.
Models wearing fur coats by famous furriers outside the Opera de Paris, on october 26, 1952. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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MANNEQUINS OF THE FOURRURE.
Models wearing fur coats by famous furriers outside the Opera de Paris, on october 26, 1952. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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ALEKSANDR A. BARANOV
(1746-1819). Russian fur trader in Alaska and first governor of Russian America.
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CHEYENNE CHIEFS, 1887.
Cheyenne chiefs Standing Elk (in headdress), Running Hog, and Little Wolf (right) meeting with cattle rancher Harry Oelrichs and his interpreter (left) at his home in Oelrichs, South Dakota, 4 July 1887. Photographed by John C.H. Grabill.
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RUSSELL: FUR TRADERS, 1922.
'Salute to the Fur Traders.' Drawing, 1922, by Charles M. Russell (1864-1926).
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0078678
FUR TRADERS, 1853.
Fur traders and Native Americans in the Missouri Territory. American wood engraving, 1853.
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JOHN JACOB ASTOR
(1763-1848). American fur trader and financier. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1908.
A 15 year-old 'trapper boy,' at a coal mine in West Virginia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, September, 1908.
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CANADA: FUR TRADER.
'A fur trader in the council tepee.' Wood engraving, 1892, after Frederic Remington.
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TRAPPER, 19th CENTURY.
'The Trapper's Last Shot.' Steel engraving, American, 1850, after a painting by William Tylee Ranney.
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NORSEMEN & NATIVES.
Norsemen trading with Native Americans on the east cost of North America, early 11th century A.D. Wood engraving, American, 1846.
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CHRISTOPHER CARSON
(1809-1868). Known as Kit. American frontiersman. Carson in a scuffle with another rider. Wood engraving from 'The Life & Adventures of Kit Carson, the Nestor of the Rocky Mountains,' by DeWitt Peters, New York, 1858.
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CANADA: FUR TRADE.
'In a stiff current.' Wood engraving, 1891, after Frederic Remington.
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BUFFALO HIDES.
Fur trade in the American West: More than 40,000 buffalo hides stacked in Rath & Company's Hide Yard, Dodge City, Kansas, in the 1870s.
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FINE ART.
Signboard of the Guild of furriers in Venice, 1730. Italy, 18th century. Detail. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FINE ART.
Signboard of the Guild of furriers in Venice, 1730. Italy, 18th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1908.
A 'trapper boy' more than a mile inside at Turkey Knob Mine, Macdonald, West Virginia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, October 1908.
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CANADA: FUR TRADERS, 1777.
Fur traders and Native Americans. Line engraving after a detail from Gauthier and Faden's 'Map of Canada,' 1777.
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FRONTIERSMAN, 1862.
Life on the Prairie. The Trapper's Defense, 'Fire Fight Fire.' Lithograph, 1862, by Currier & Ives.
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0031935
DARLEY: DUTCH FUR TRADERS.
Dutch settlers in New Amsterdam trading fabrics and trinkets for furs. Wood engraving, after Felix O.C. Darley, from 'A History of New York' by Washington Irving, under the pseudonym of Dietrich Knickerbocker, published at New York in 1850.
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PORT MOLLER, ALASKA, NORTH AMERICA.
A man skins a brown bear in the snow after the kill. George Mixter Ii.
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PORT MOLLER, ALASKA, NORTH AMERICA.
A bear is skinned by a hunter in the Alaskan snows. George Mixter Ii.
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QUAIL HUNTING, 1880.
'The Quail and Its Enemies.' Quail encountering traps and predators. Engraving, American, 1880.
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CHRISTOPHER CARSON
(1809-1868). Known as Kit. American frontiersman. After a painting, 1867, by Henry H. Cross.
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FUR TRADE: VOYAGEURS.
'Vouyageurs in Camp for the Night.' Illustration by Frederic Remington.
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SIMON FRASER (1776-1862).
Canadian fur trader and explorer. Undated miniature painting.
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NEW YORK: SERVICEWOMEN, 1944.
View of servicewomen in uniform looking at a window display of women's apparel at Saks Fifth Avenue, 1944.
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CANADA: FUR TRADE, 1892.
'Huskie dogs on the frozen highway.' A Canadian fur trapper and his team of husky dogs pulling a toboggan loaded with furs across the moonlit snow. Wood engraving, 1892, after Frederic Remington.
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HOPKINS: RAPIDS, 1879.
'Shooting the Rapids.' Oil on canvas by Frances Anne Hopkins, 1879.
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CANADA: FRONTIER HOME, 1879.
A fur trader of the Hudson's Bay Company reading a tattered copy of a newspaper at his home in Canada. Wood engraving, 1879.
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