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The fur trade influenced the historical development of Canada in a number of ways including: the development and expansion into western and northern Canada; the significance of Canadian place names; the origin and rise of the Métis Nation; the impact of interaction between the First Peoples and the Europeans-and these connections can be found in personal and commercial stories about the people and events of the fur trade.

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Author: Bishop Donald B. Marsh
Title: All Caribou
Publisher: The Beaver / Canada's National History Society
Year Published: December 1942
Location: The Beaver Index - December 1942, p.18-22
Copyright Holder: D.B. Marsh / The Beaver / Canada's National History Society
  B2 - The Importance of Caribou

A detailed description of how the Inuit use the various parts of caribou to meet their survival needs.

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