FL_10-10 - The North American fur trade

FL_10-10 - The North American fur trade - Indian tribes 2...

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Fur trade map Great power geopolitics colonial settlement territorial control and raw  material supply Mercantilism theory Policy commodity chain and  territorial expansion state, capital, and labor Decline of the trade :    ∆ markets / tastes
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Indian tribes and incorporation into  the fur trade ∆  N - S - C :    dialectic processes Models of incorporation Articulating modes of production : ‘Kin-ordered’ vs. subsistence agriculture / hunter-gatherer Division of labor Technology Tribes :    Coastal eastern woodlands tribes:  Abenaki Great Lakes tribes:  Fox, Sauk, Potawatami, Ottowa
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Unformatted text preview: Indian tribes 2 Indian tribes 3 Native American societies and the fur trade Socioeconomic change Assimilation to new roles in the economy : labor (raw material suppliers) / middle-men / warriors (holders of territory) / consumers Demography : depopulation and migration Food systems & subsistence strategies Politics : kinship vs. wealth Division of labor / gender roles Technologies Political and economic conflict Social reproduction Cultural loss & limited acculturation TEK / myth Cultural reproduction Ecology Migration into new ecosystems Ecology & species demography culture & ecology Dependency : exchange relations / consumption / reproduction...
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