Type
Word Search
Description

coureurs de bois
crossing the rockies
smallpox
creating a new culture
the annual cycle
the nor'westers
converging in the west
trading post
hudson's bay
the great peace of montreal
jean talon
three key players
fur trade
barter system
perspectives

Fur Trade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a person with captial or money to invest capitalist
mental illness insanity
type of money in the fur trade beaver fur
the territory given to the the husdson bay compony rupersland
the head traders are called factor
they had trading post for thousands of square kilometres hudson bay company
he thought that he can take over any land that made him more wealthy king Charles the second
type of hat fashion in the fur trade beaver hats
people who came to canada to make a living and make it there home europeans
after the fall of new France the fur trade was taken over by ___________and__________ scottishamerican
you could get much more of what you wanted in the trading_________ than you get in today's corner store post
who controlled the Hudson bay company great Britain
During the fur trade 100,000 _________ were shipped to Europe pelts
____________________________________________was used to travel in rivers and lakes coronas
who was partner with Scottish and americans north west company
aggressive and enterprising Montreal moved quickly to take over trading networks
someone who builds or repairs ships is called ship right
an agreement sighed by least two groups usually nations is called treaty
people who provide money for a purpose such as opening a business is called investors
who did the hunting only in the women fur trade Man
who did every thing except hunting women
who was king Charles the second cousin prince Rupert
the king laid claim to the territory and what did he call it Rupert land
where were the factory located at ____________ mouth
Scottish and american entrepreneurs who eventually came together to form North west company
A mixture of buffalo meat and fat is called Pemmican
grand portage later moved and renamed ___________________ fort williams
a wife married after the customs of the country which were a blend of both European and native peoples marriage rites country wife
woman suppiled additional food

European explorers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The explorer who's first voyage was in 1603 Samuel de Champlain
The route taken to find spices spice route
The explorer who killed chief Donnacona Jacques cartier
The place Samuel de Champlain started a settlement in for 3 years Acadia
The place Jacques Cartier wanted to find a route to Orient
The explorer searching for the Northwest Passage John Cabot
The chief of the Haudenosaunee people during Jacques Cartier's voyages Donnacona
The people that lived in Canada First Nations
Another name for Runners of the Woods coureur de bois
Who Samuel de Champlains called his boy Étienne Brûlé
Another name for black robe jesuit
The place Samuel de Champlain , Jacques Cartier explored North America
The route taken to find silk silk route
The religion the jesuits wanted the first nations to believe Christianity
The middle men of the fur trading monopoly with Samuel de Champlain Wendat
The place the Samuel de Champlain left to get to Montreal Huronia
One of the sons of chief Donnacona and the brother of Taignoagny Domagaya
The place Samuel de Champlain and Jacques Cartier left from to get to North America France
The name of the fort Samuel de Champlain's in Stadacona Habitation
The jesuit missionary who learned the huron language and culture and was captured by the iroquois Jean de Brébeuf

Fur Trade Puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Adult beaver fur that was used to gauge the values of other furs and as a currency at HBC posts. Made Beaver
A trade company which had posts throughout Rupert's Land. Also the oldest continuous corporation in the world. Hudsons Bay Company
A trade company which had many posts on the western side of Canada and dealt directly with their native trading partners. North West Company
Land that had rivers flow into Hudson’s Bay. Ruperts Land
A long decorated pipe smoked by the Native peoples representing as a token of peace. Peace Pipe
A way of transportation used to cross waters. Canoe
A boatman employed by the fur companies in transporting goods and passengers to and from trading posts. Voyageur
A store or small settlement established for trading, typically in a remote place. Trading Post
Led the first Spanish expedition of the west coast of Canada to map the coastline. Juan Perez
The hair that covers many animals. It is often used to make clothing. Fur
Proved the Northwest passage did not exist on his third voyage. Captain Cook
A staple food for fur traders that was a nutritious mixture of buffalo meat and fat. Pemmican
An explosive powder used for firing ammunition which was sold at trading posts. Gunpowder
A quick battle between the British and French for the land and control over the fur trade in Canada. Plains of Abraham
A fortress located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The first part of James Wolfe’s three part plan in winning the Seven Years’ War. Louisbourg
A disease caused by no consumption of vitamin C for a long period of time. Scurvy
The infectious lung disease that James Wolfe suffered from in his last few months. Tuberculosis
The military commander who led the French in the Siege of Quebec. Montcalm
7 years…Also known as Queen Anne’s War. Seven Years’ War
Led the British in the Siege of Quebec. Died during the Battle on the Plains of Abraham. Wolfe
The land that is now Nova Scotia. Its citizens were removed from their homes in 1755 by the British. Acadia
What the HBC called their posts. Factory
A plant that was used for smoking. It was sold at trading posts. Brazil Tobacco
A weapon that fires off shots using gunpowder. Guns
The action of finding and killing animals for food and other needs. Hunting
The third part of Wolfe’s attack. It is now a French speaking province in Canada. Quebec
Was captured by the British to cripple the French fur trade. Ohio Valley
A powerful country located in Western Europe. Their soldiers are known for wearing red. Britain
The country that Paris is located in. France
A country located in North America. The land is heavily forested and the winters are cold. Canada
The first and most important HBC post. The fur shipments were sent to England from here. York Factory
The original inhabitants of a land. Natives

Canada Moves West ( Fur Trade) Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a person with capital, or money, to invest,who interested in the profits that could be made fur trade.. capitalist
one who carries out an enterprise entrepreneur
a unit of value equivalent to the value of one beaver skin used in the early days of the Canadian fur trade. a token representing the value of a made-beaver made beaver
a place to make barrels and casks/ the work or business of a cooper. cooperage
mapping the edge of the land next to the sea coastline mapping
a mixture of buffalo meat and fat pemmican
used to transportation for fur trade canoes
a series of animal traps set by a trapper who checks them regularly traplines
a person learning a trade or craft apprentice
a person who builds with stone abrick mason
special honour given by a king or queen or Great Britain knighted
a wife married, after the customs of the country,which were a blend of both European and native people marriaage rites country wives
to prepare raw furs for use to dress
to make canoes and container,important necessary to the fur trade. birch- bark
women to a very large extent made the fur trade possible,keeping both trappers and traders alive indigenous
a staple food made from ground corn , for women fur trade sagamite
native people who change the most ( a place) (the role of native peoples in the fur trade ) posts
one who inherits a person who inherits or has a right of inheritance in the property of another following the latter's death. heir
who opened up the fur lands west of the Rocky Mountains. Simon Fraser
the difference between the cost and selling price margin
fur traders were the leading edge of the wave,who later came to make Canada their home. settlers
A First Nations people that lived along the St. Lawrence River and Great Lakes area. By the middle of the seventeenth century, they had been defeated by the Iroquois, and scattered. Huron
The skin of an animal with the fur still on it Pelt
A person, European or Aborigianal, who transported furs to and from fur posts. The word is sometimes used for coureurs de bois. Voyageur
A person of both French and First Nations heritage. There were many French fur traders who married First Nations women and had families. Métis
during the seventeenth century,who the most of the best fur trading areas were controlled b native allies
To make money, or gain in some other way, from a business. A business that makes a lot of money is profitable. profit

Chapter 4 - The Fur Trade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

thinking that your own ethnic group is superior to other ethnic groups ethnocentric
aboriginal people in northern Canada Inuit
people of mixed first nations and European ancestry Metis
an economic system that allowed an imperial country to become rich by selling resources taken from its colonies mercantilism
the exchange of goods for other goods rather than for money barter
a territory controlled by another country colony
the result of an event, sometimes called a consequence result
In the fur trade, a financier and organizer merchant
dried, shredded buffalo meat mixed with fat and berries pemmican
when only one company or group is allowed to sell or trade a product in a certain area monopoly
a vast territory named after the first head of the Hudson's Bay Company Rupert's Land
a gun was worth ______ beaver pelts fourteen
the hardy men who paddled canoes from Montreal to the trading forts voyageurs
the Dene explorer who lead Samuel Hearne on his Northern trips Matonabbee
Three first nations banded together to fight this first nation group Haudenosaunee
At the end of peace talks, the French and the First Nations groups signed a treaty
an overland route between two waterways when canoeing portage
a company formed in 1779 to compete with Hudson Bay Company Northwest company

US History Chapter 2 Vocab Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

mestizo
enslave
missionary
frontier
conquistador
empire
columbian exchange
colony
expedition
navigation
merchant
barter
profit
export
sachem
pilgrim
house of burgesses
indentured servant
cash crop
charter
voyager
import
cour eurs de bois
ally
merchant company
northwest passage

Fur trade Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Interpreter
Pork eaters
Hivernants
Brigade
Birchbark
Ojibwe
Beaver pelt
Montreal canoe
Pemmican
Trading post
Portage
Voyageur

Age of Exploration Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Amerigo Vespucci
Astrolabe
Aztec Empire
Bartolomeu Dias
Caravel
Colony
Columbian Exchange
Columbus
Compass
Conquistador
Coronado
DaGama
Francisco Pizarro
Gold, Glory, God
Henry Hudson
Henry the Navigator
Hernando Cortes
Incan Empire
Jamestown
Line of Demarcation
Magellan
Middle Passage
Pilgrims
Slave Trade
Small Pox
Spanish Armada
Treaty of Tordesillas
Triangular Trade
Vasco Nunez de Balboa

The British in North America Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An economic system that allowed an imperial country to become rich by selling the resources taken from its colonies. mercantilism
Another word meaning financier and organizer during the fur trade. merchant
What is the way in which people meet their basic needs, such as shelter, food and clothing? economy
The act of competing with others for profit or a prize. competition
What is a territory controlled by another country? colony
A member of society. citizen
What is another word for a trader in charge of a Hudson's Bay Company fort? factor
What is another name for a Hudson's Bay Company fort? factory
A personal or institutionalized belief system. religion
A vast territory named after the first head of the Hudson's Bay Company, consisting of most of what is now Western and Northern Canada. Rupert's Land
Supreme governing authority. sovereignty
A network of colonies controlled by a single country. empire
The general shared point of view of a group. It can reflect the outlook of people from a cultural group, faith, age category, economic group and so on. perspectives
The action of buying and selling goods and services. trade
A settler in or inhabitant of a colony. colonist
The state or situation that results when something has died out completely. extinction
Complete control of the entire supply of goods or of a service in a certain area or market. monopoly
The act, state, or right of possessing something. ownership
The existence of a variety of cultural or ethnic groups within a society. cultural diversity
The action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it. exploration

The Fur Trade Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Immense space Vast
A bundle or package prepared for shipping. Bale
A limited amount of food. Ration
To enhance or beautify something Embellish
A person sent on a mission from a church to complete a task Missionary
A fabric of wool, fur, or hair, matted together by heat, moisture, or great pressure. Felt
A bundle, package, or container. Parcel
An annual meeting of traders, clerks, Native Americans, and voyageurs Rendezvous
A workman who performs the physical labor of the fur trade Voyageur
The place where boats or goods are carried overland from one stretch of water to anotherr. Portage
The place where boats or goods are carried overland from one stretch of water to another. Portage
A wealthy man in charge of a trading post Trader
Position or rank of a person in society Social status
The man who usually managed the day-to-day business of a trading post Clerk