The Northwest (part 1) Trade, inter-cultural relations ...
The Northwest (Part 1) Trade, inter-cultural relations & development The Fur Trade Recall: HBC (1670) was the first founded fur trade company followed by NWC officially in _______ The fur trade was key in bringing
people and development to the Northwest region of BNA (see 4-3 p. 128 of your text) You have already explored the differences between these 2 rival companies. (know both well) Impact of the Fur Trade on the First Nations
p.132: List the negative impacts below Roles of first nations women: *were varied
*were prominent *were vital to the smooth running of the fur trade Activity: Venn Diagram: comparing/contrasting the first nations womens role vs the mens role in the fur trade MIND MAPPING
p. 136/137 Explore this quote in respect to European travels True or False ?: The Europeans travelling in the North West were boldly going where no one had gone before. Work on questions from Ch. 4
package The Metis: A new canadian nation Metis Children of the fur trade because their fathers were ___________; mothers were_____________________
Not easy choice for the women as they had to leave their families behind, live in fur trading posts & often be separated from their families for years By, 1810 many Metis settled in the Red River Valley by the Red & Assiniboine rivers (today known as Winnipeg, Manitoba) Red river
valley Using top of p. 140 & 144 answer the question: 1.Why was this valley chosen for settlement of a colony? 2.What was the selkirk settlement?
Red river Cart p.141 & Internet: read about & draw this cart below Why was it important? Bison Hunt: involved the
entire community mostly in summer/early fall buffalo runners: fast horses trained for the hunt Red River Carts: pulled by horses/ oxen & driven by women & children The Laws of the
Bison Hunt: strict rules No hunting on Sundays No party to fork off, lag behind or go before the Captain of the Hunt No running the buffalo before the general order. For the first trespass/violation, the offender to have their bridle and saddle cut up.
Finish rules # 6 & 7 from p. 142 Add more rules of the bison hunt below Works Cited http://www.billcasselman.com/berries_adj.jpg Dec. 12th, 2012 http://amin210.wikispaces.com/file/view/Hunt
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