Aspects of Fur Trade Ethnobotany in Western Canada, Manitoba Archaeological Journal
Shay, C. Thomas
Ethnobotany is used to study two fur trade situations, to determine if the use of native and imported plants were dictated by environment, economic and/or social factors. There is an Introduction, and sections on The Early Fur Traders and The Hudson’s Bay Company Elite.
Shay, C. Thomas. 1993. Aspects of Fur Trade Ethnobotany in Western Canada. Manitoba Archaeological Journal. 3(1&2): 6-15.
[ Journal article (FNHSC, MAS, UM, UW) ]