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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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FRONTIER TRADING POST, 1785.
A Native American trading fur for guns at a frontier trading post, 1785. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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HINE: COAL MINERS, 1908.
A group of miners, drivers and trappers at a coal mine in Macdonald, West Virginia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, October 1908.
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CANADA: RED RIVER, 1812.
In 1812, the Hudson's Bay Company secured a grant of land on the Red River (on the outskirts of modern Winnipeg) and established a colony of settlers from Ireland and Scotland. The colony was harassed continually and nearly exterminated by the rival fur-trading association, The North-West Company. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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PEOPLE.
Trapper living in Canada: Trappers are chafing at fire in front of their tent at night - Photographer: Felix H. Man - Published by: 'Koralle' 06/1934 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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PEOPLE.
Trapper living in Canada: Trapper is examining his kill - Photographer: Felix H. Man - Published by: 'Koralle' 06/1934 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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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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0174526
HAIDA ART: SEA CAPTAIN.
Standing figure of a New England sea captain involved in the northwest fur trade, carved by a Haida artisan of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada, early 19th century. Possibly argillite, with ivory face. Height: 12 in.
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0004494
RUSSELL: FUR TRADERS, 1922.
'Salute to the Fur Traders.' Drawing, 1922, by Charles M. Russell (1864-1926).
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JEAN PIERRE CHOUTEAU
(1758-1849). American fur trader and pioneer. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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LE VISON VOYAGEUR.
During rehearsal of play Not Now Darling in Paris on march 8, 1969 : sitting : Michel Serrault, Edith Ploquin et Judith Magre ; standing : Karin Petersen, Jeanne Colletin, Sybil Saulnier, Jean Poiret and Helene Duc. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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ROBERT GRAY (1755-1806).
American shipmaster and explorer. Lithograph, 19th century.
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0102950
NEW YORK: MINK TRAPPERS.
'Mink Trapping in Northern New York.' Oil on canvas by Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, 1862.
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0069952
JOSEPH MEEK (1810-1875).
American mountaineer and territorial administrator. Photographed c1850.
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0017133
STEPHEN H. MEEK (1805-1889).
American fur trapper, mountaineer and author. An 1885 photograph of Stephen Meek, brother of Joe Meek, and leader of 'The Lost Wagon Train'.
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0107856
CHARLES LARPENTEUR
(1807-1872). Author of 'Forty Years a Fur Trader on the Upper Missouri.'
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0004599
CANADA: FUR TRADER.
'A fur trader in the council tepee.' Wood engraving, 1892, after Frederic Remington.
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0034947
JAMES BRIDGER (1804-1881).
American fur trader and mountain man. Bridger and the Blackfoot maiden. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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0018600
BINGHAM: FUR TRADERS, 1845.
'Fur Traders Descending the Missouri.' Oil on canvas by George Caleb Bingham, c1845.
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0264896
APRIL FOOL'S DAY, 1880.
'Gret King! Yo' Don't Call Dat A Rabbit?' Two trappers discovering an April Fool's Day prank. Engraving, American, 1880.
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FRONTIERSMAN, c1850.
'Long Jakes, The Rocky Mountain Man.' Steel engraving, after a painting by Charles Deas, 1844.
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0004766
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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0075676
POINTE du SABLE (c1745-1818).
Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable. American (Haitian-born) pioneer and fur trader.
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0011668
FRONTIERSMAN, 1862.
Life on the Prairie. The Trapper's Defense, 'Fire Fight Fire.' Lithograph, 1862, by Currier & Ives.
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0042758
DUTCH FUR TRADE.
Native Americans bringing pelts to Dutch traders in the 17th century. Wood engraving, American, 19th century.
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0096052
HUDSON BAY TRAPPER, 1879.
A fur trapper of the Hudson's Bay Company going on his rounds. Wood engraving, 1879.
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JOHN JACOB ASTOR (1763-1848).
American fur trader and financier. Astor's first fur-buying expedition up the Hudson Valley, c1787. Engraving, 19th century. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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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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FUR TRADE: VOYAGEURS.
'Vouyageurs in Camp for the Night.' Illustration by Frederic Remington.
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0090108
NEW NETHERLAND: HUNTING.
Catching an otter in 17th-century New Netherland. Line engraving, 19th century.
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HOPKINS: RAPIDS, 1879.
'Shooting the Rapids.' Oil on canvas by Frances Anne Hopkins, 1879.
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0029154
REMINGTON: FUR TRAPPER.
'A White Trapper'. Wood engraving, 1891, after Frederic Remington.
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CANADA: FRENCH TRADERS.
Native Americans trading with the French in eastern Canada, early 17th century. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys.
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0092502
JOHN JACOB ASTOR
(1763-1848). American fur trader and financier. Detail from an oil portrait by Edward Dalton Marchant, 1836.
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CANADA: NATIVE AMERICAN TRAPPERS.
Native American trappers leaving their hunting grounds in the Hudson Bay region of Canada. Wood engraving, 1879.
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DUTCH FUR TRADERS.
The Dutch trading with the Native Americans along the Hudson River in the 17th century. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0174647
CANADA: FUR TRADE.
Fur traders at Montreal, Quebec, Canada, during the 18th century. Pastel drawing, 1916, by George Agnew Reid.
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0264900
QUAIL HUNTING, 1880.
'The Quail and Its Enemies.' Quail encountering traps and predators. Engraving, American, 1880.
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OREGON: ASTORIA, 1813.
British fur traders securing the peaceful surrender of Astoria, Oregon, in 1813.
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0102286
TRAPPER & FAMILY, 1840-1.
'The Trapper and His Family.' Watercolor by Charles Deas, 1840-1.
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