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Is beaver fur trading part of french or dutch?

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Is beaver fur trading french or dutch?

The answer is 'both'. The Dutch were big in the fur trade in what is now the USA, mostly only buying up and letting the native population do the hunting. The French were big in Canada, and they did a lot of hunting themselves.


Where did the Dutch trade beaver furs?

The Dutch West India Company had a monopoly on beaver fur from their trading depot at Fort Orange (what is now Albany) from 1624-1664.


What contributed to the most of the growth and success of Quebec?

trading beaver fur and slavesTrading beaver fur.


What did the French and Dutch?

The French and Dutch colonists traded fur. Samuel de Champlain explored the St. Lawrence River. In 1608, he founded a fur-trading post in Quebec.


Who settled for fur trade and Catholic mission work?

The French the dutch went for fur trading primarily


What contributed to the growth and success of Quebec?

They traded beaver fur. :-l


What did the dutch and french trade?

The French and Dutch colonists traded fur. Samuel de Champlain explored the St. Lawrence River. In 1608, he founded a fur-trading post in Quebec.


Why was the fur trade important to both the dutch and the native Americans?

the native Americans needed scissors and knives so the decided to give furs like beaver fur. The Dutch needed fur for warmth and trading with other places.


What was the main economic activity of the french and the dutch in north America?

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.


What is Dutch trading?

they traded fur and food


What did the french and the dutch colonist trade?

The French and Dutch colonists traded fur. Samuel de Champlain explored the St. Lawrence River. In 1608, he founded a fur-trading post in Quebec.