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What did Native American men do in the springtime for the fur trade?
a) Prepared pelts. b) Fished c) Went to war. d) Trapped and traded, and paid off any debts owed.
What did clerks and traders do in the springtime?
a) They packed up furs to be shipped to Europe and completed final trades. b) They inspected forts to make sure they were secure. c) They traded. d) They prepared pelts.
What did Native American women do in the winter for the fur trade?
a) Made warm clothing for the voyageurs. b) Cooked for the people at the fort. c) Prepared pelts for trading. d) Watched TV and ate popcorn.
What chores did Native American men do in the winter for the fur trade?
a) hunted and traded. b) Read books provided by the fur traders. c) Cooked and helped in the tipis or wigwams. d) Went on long trips.
Who were often not mentioned in the records of fur trading?
a) voyageurs b) clerks c) women d) wintering partners
What chores did voyageurs do in the winter at the fort?
a) They took a well-earned vacation. b) Odds and ends. chopped wood. Fixing things. c) Read books because they were bored. d) Nothing and were very bored.
Some Metis children became ______ because they heard both languages from their mother and father.
a) clerks b) voyageurs c) translaters d) wintering partners
Metis were families of different cultures, usually a _____ Woman and a European man and their children.
a) British b) French c) African American d) Native American
What class was a Fur Trader in?
a) Upper class b) middle class c) working class d) slave
What social class were the voyageurs in
a) Upper class b) Middle class c) working class d) slaves
Explorers came to this area looking for fame and adventure. Which of the following were explorers?
a) Radisson and Groseilleis b) Father Henepin c) Johnny Depp d) James Madison
In 1756-1763 this war ended French rights to trade in the area.
a) French and Indian War b) War of 1812 c) Revolutionary War d) Spanish-American War
This war threw the British out of the fur trade for good in America unless they became an American citizen.
a) French and Indian War b) The Seven Year War c) War of 1812 d) Revolutionary War
By 1679 a ____ trading company, the Hudson Bay Company was set up in the area.
a) British b) Ojibwe c) French d) American
In 1659 where was the first trading post set up in the Northland?
a) Beaufort Sea b) Chequamegon Bay c) Lake Michigan d) Lake Ontario
What did Native American women do in the springtime for the fur trade.?
a) Repaired the forts. b) Traded. c) Made repair kits for canoes. d) Made soups for use on the trail.
What did voyageurs do in the springtime?
a) They packed furs and repaired canoes. b) They had parties and danced and drank. c) They repaired the forts. d) They chopped wood for the upcoming winter.
What did Native American men do in the springtime for the fur-trade?
a) They repaired canoes for the voyageurs. b) They fished and supplied food for the fur trade. c) They traded and paid off any further debts. d) They went off on long trips and were not available.
What did the traders do in the springtime?
a) They held court for all those who had misconduct during the rendevoux. b) They took trips to inspect forts. c) They went to Europe to get items to trade. d) They packed up furs to be shipped to Europe and completed final trades.
What did the voyageurs do in the summer?
a) They were sent on scouting trips to find good places. to trade. b) They went to Europe to get items for trade during the next season. c) They went to the rendevoux to heal up and to have parties. d) They met with the traders to plan out strategies for the next fur-trading season.
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