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25 August, 06:42

compare and contrast the mountain men and pioneers of the 19th century to the French fur traders of the 17th and 18th centuries

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  1. 25 August, 06:57
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    The correct answer to this open question is the following.

    The mountain men and pioneers of the 19th century to the French fur traders of the 17th and 18th centuries were similar people in the following context.

    The pioneers were families that wanted to find new opportunities in the western territories. That is why many risked their lives and adventured to cross the Oregon Trail to explore and get some new land. Pioneers wanted to discover new land to settle in and establish a new life with his families. The French Fur traders were European explorers that came to the Americas to explore new land and realized the economic potential of the fur trade. They were not interested in settling in the new territory, but to get rich with the fur trade.
  2. 25 August, 08:40
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    Mountain men are the surveyors who live in immense wastelands. They were found in North American Rocky Mountains. They grossed a huge deal from fur trade that gained popularity all over the world in 1800s.

    The life of the mountain man is difficult and hazardous. They cannot survive for many years together in wilderness due to the persistence of wild insect bites, bad climate and diseases. They gained expertise and awareness about herbs In order to keep themselves sheltered from animal assaults and odd climate.

    Pioneers are soldiers who perform construction tasks during any military operations. They build fortification as a military action to safeguard the borders for which they fight. They are foot soldiers in an army. Fur traders were the people who were involved in marketing fur to the Europeans. Beaver fur was used comprehensively in order to make felt hats. French established a fur interchange center in Quebec which is functional even today.
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