The “Indians of the northwest coast exercised a great deal of control over the trading relationship and, as a consequence, remained in control of their culture” during the maritime fur trade and later during the land-based trade until the beginning of sig

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  1. The “Indians of the northwest coast exercised a great deal of control over the trading relationship and, as a consequence, remained in control of their culture” during the maritime fur trade and later during the land-based trade until the beginning of significant European settlement in the 1850s. Based on the readings for Units 1 and 2 and keeping the focus on ‘culture,’ what evidence is there to support this position? What evidence suggests otherwise?

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