Chadron Nebraska American History Museum of the Fur Trade
Covered copper kettles were first developed by the French; the Hudson's Bay Company began selling them in 1779 and continued selling them until after World War I. MUS OF FUR TRADE
Iroquois Great Lakes Trade Silver Cross 1770's
Title: Iroquois Great Lakes Trade Silver Cross 1770's, Price: $2,450 USD, Category: Jewelry:Necklaces:Native American Iroquois, Shop: Uchizono Gallery LLC, Description: An absolutely stunning early example of a hallmarked trade silver cross traded by the Hudson's Bay Company dating from the early 1770's. This heavy tested sterling silver cross exhibits wonderful
Fall Listing At Uchizono Gallery
UCHIZONO GALLERY Part of the collection of early trade silver that was sold to the Southwest Museum in the 1970's and is now housed in the Gene Autry Museum, this 1780's silver trade gorget was used to secure Native trappers to supply furs for the Hudson Bay Company traders. This early gorget is hallmarked with Robert Cruickshank's initials and the HB mark of the company founded in 1680. Found with it's original beads which date from the mid 1700's, it has been restrung for presentation…
Plans and Profiles: Ryan Howell Researching Fur Trade Era Sites in Wisconsin
Ryan Howell at Roman baths in England Ryan Howell is a professional archaeologist with Southern Minnesota Archaeological Consulting, Inc...