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Description: Drawing of trappers on leaving their hunting grounds.
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: The home and fur-trading post of Col. Dominique DuCharme. The portion of the structure on the left was built by DuCharme in 1791. The right portion was add...
Description: Two photographs showing the workshop and storeroom of a taxidermy shop. The workshop is full of preserved animal bodies and skins hanging from the rafters...
Description: Engraving of a fur trader standing in the middle of a circle of seated Indians in their council tepee.
Description: The Astor Company or Brisbois fur trading post.
Description: A drawing of the DuCharme/Grignon house and fur-trading post as it appeared shortly before being razed in about 1892.
Supplemental materials for the 4th-grade textbook, 'Wisconsin: Our State Our Story'
Date: date unknown
Description: A scene including the American Fur Company buildings, an American flag, a lake and people in boats.
Wisconsin Historical Museum Field Trip
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Astor fur trading building, The Northwest Fur Company, in 1808. This building later used as a post office before the Civil War.
Date: 1905 ca.
Description: Old Mission church on Madeline Island.
A Short History of Wisconsin
Description: A plan of the Straits of St. Mary and Michilimakinac, to shew the situation and importance of the two westernmost settlements of Canada for the fur trade....
French Fur Trader
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