nativenotes4 - hunter gatherer hunt caribou Algonquin &...

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hunter gatherer hunt caribou Huge area-largest of all regions 3 major regions too cold for plant life cordillera-huge glacier, eastern Canada, rocky mt very little precipitation, but lots of water ability to travel is limited North is tundra-permafrost, little vegetation, few woodland areas Boreal forest Deciduous forest End of the Ice Age Follow the caribou Prehistoric Paleoindians-we know very few sites-come down from coastline? Archaic Paleoindian to contact Due to climate changes, the prehistoric were able to inhabit more area Sea mammal hunters-evidence Basque
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Search for fur-europeans French dominated-fur traders until 1670 when british took over British-trade monopoly on fur Egalitarian-small family groups Marriage wasn’t just a familiy-it was an economic necessity Depletion of animal population people themselves are hurt Govt subsidies-people become reliable on government Louis Riel-son of subarctic women and fur trader father-known as a metis Instigated a rebellion-got attn to Canadian govt-changes to peoples
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