|Title||Wage-labour in the Northwest Fur Trade Economy, 1760 – 1849|
|Created by:||Glen Makahonuk|
|Description:||Examines the political and economic motives of both the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) and the Northwest Company (NWC), their role in the development of capitalism in North America, and how these factors affected their labour relations policies and practices.
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|Citation:||Saskatchewan History, Vol. 41, No. 1, Winter, 1988, pp. 1-17.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Cross-Cultural Relations
Indigenous Studies Portal > History > Trade & Exploration > Hudson's Bay Company
Indigenous Studies Portal > Hunting, Fishing, Trapping & Gathering
Indigenous Studies Portal > Methodologies & Ethics
Indigenous Studies Portal > History > Trade & Exploration > North West Company
Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Social Organization
|Names:||Makahonuk, Glen [Find offline items]