Fur, they traded fur mostly. With the Native Americans.
Fench trade in north america centered around what
the french came for furs and trade
The answer is very simple. The French gained wealth in North America from fur trade! It is as easy as that.
French colonists rarely established large plantations in North America
The fur trade.
Fur Trade, water trade route and missionaries.
The fur trade encouraged French exploration of North America. The French made hunting trips and trapped fur the demand for the captured furs caused the French to seek more land and animals.
English, French, and Spanish
to trade valuable resourses
shelter,food,riches,and people to trade with
They did this to trade furs with Native Americans.
the inland and northern fur trade.
The main trade item of the French and the Dutch during the European exploration of the North and South America was fur. Beaver fur was abundant with good quality pelts.
Well, the French originally wanted to trade, not colonize like the English in North America. While the English where settling colonists in new colonies, the French traded.
The stake in the showdown in North America between the British and the French in North America was the possession of the Ohio River Valley, and the profitable resources and trade opportunities there. Ultimately, it would decide which country would hold hegemony over North America.
THe main reason for settlement in America was fur trade and land developement
It was very expensive and in high demand (the fur)
they trade fur in north America because they wanted gold.
The French colonists began farming at about the same time the fur trade began.
The French in the North got the timber and furs in America by hunting, or stealing from indians!