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    First Nations of Canada
    A Historical Research Project completed by Styudents of the Grade 5 Class of Lumsden Elementary School
    Fur Trade - Strap dress worn by Lake Superior Ojibwe women
    Ojibwe Canada
    The strap dress was worn by Lake Superior Ojibwe women. They took their design from their pre-contact style of dress, which was made from two deer hides sewn together along the sides, and then held on with two straps hanging over their shoulders.
    Fur Trade history of the Chippewa Valley
      US - Northeast
    Student created pages from the Eau Claire Area School District - These pages feature a collection of photos, maps, and text which present aspects of the Chippewa Valley fur trade during the era of the voyageurs.

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