The Fur Trade of America

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - History - 412 pages
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1921. Partial Contents: Is the World Facing a Permanent Shortage of Furs?; What Brought the Fur Markets of the World to America?; Things Every Woman Should Know; The Dyeing and Dressing of Furs; The Rare Furs of the Weasel Family; Beaver and Nutria; Concerning Seal Furs; The Other Great Staple Furs; The Taking of the Beaver; The Making of the Moccasins; John Colter, Free Trapper; Koot and the Bob-Cat; The Rare Furs; Under the North Star-Where Fox and Ermine Run; and What the Trapper Stands for.

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JSTOR: The Fur Trade of America
The Fur Trade of America.- Agnes Laut. Aiew York: The Macmillan Company. I92r. Pp. xv. and 34I. Ske!j-map and iezgstrations. $6.oo. ...
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The Fur Trade: A Select Bibliography
THE FUR TRADE OF AMERICA AND SOME OF THE MEN WHO MADE AND MAINTAIN IT, TOGETHER WITH FURS AND FUR BEARERS OF THE OTHER CONTINENTS AND COUNTRIES AND ISLANDS ...
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About the author (2004)

Agnes C. Laut was born in Huron County, Ontario in 1871. She was a reporter and editorial writer for the Manitoba Free Press in the 1890s, then a wide-ranging travel writer. Her books include Lords of the North, Heralds of Empire, The Story of the Trapper, Pathfinders of the West, Vikings of the Pacific, Canada at the Crossroads, and The Romance of the Rails. She died in 1936.

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