Mi'kmaq woman weaving baskets, ca. 1845

Mi'kmaq woman weaving baskets, ca. 1845
By the end of the 18th century, Mi'kmaq people were trading furs with Europeans for metal tools, wool blankets, and other manufactured goods that often replaced Mi'kmaq handicrafts and other material items.

Watercolour by Mary R. McKie. Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada (C-151329).

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