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Many Canadian places and regions have a historical significance which can be traced back to the fur trade and the Métis Nation. Geography also exerted its influence on how fur trade operations were built.

(M10) Alaskan Inuit Kayak, Model
(M12) Eastern Subarctic Snowshoe
(M20) Dene Cariole, Model
(M28) Anishnaabe Canoe
(M32) Beaver-tail Snowshoe, Model
(M33) HBC Cariole
(M4) Central Arctic Sled, Model
--3-- Last Dog Train Leaving Lower Fort Garry, 1909
246. Development of Northern Settlements