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For two centuries (l650-1850), Euro-American fur traders and voyageurs canoed, portaged, and mushed across North America's vast tapestry of lakes and rivers, wintering at lonely out posts, living with and learning from Native Americans. During those years, hundreds of fur trading posts served as focal points for intercultural exchange of products, services, and customs. The fur trade was the beginning of white settlement of North America.

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