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The growth and success of the fur trade depended on the men and women of the First Nations and Métis Nation, while the competition between the HBC and the Northwest Company would forge a new era.

Author: Charles H. French
Title: Heroism of Indian Women I Have Known [in three parts]
Publisher: The Beaver
Year Published: 1920-1922
Location: The Beaver Index - December 1920, p.31, Aug/Sep 1921, p.8-9, February 1922, p11-12
Copyright Holder: The Beaver / Canada's National History Society
  B14 - Charles French: Heroic Indian Women

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