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History of North American Trapping: How Fur-Trading Developed Our Continent

by Daniel E. McAllister, Jr. & Shirley A. Merrill

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Augusta, Maine, 1990.


Publication Date

1990

Publisher

Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

City

Augusta, Maine

Keywords

Fur Trade, Trapping, Hunting, History, Fur, Pelts, Traps, Trappers

Disciplines

Canadian History | History | Other Animal Sciences | Other History | United States History | Zoology

Comments

Call number: I 54.2:Hi 673

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History of North American Trapping: How Fur-Trading Developed Our Continent


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