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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.

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