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Trade & Alliance

Throughout the seventeenth century, Native and European nations alike, crafted political, military and trade alliances to advance their own interests. These alliances guided and defined relationships among these powers.
Trade in Springfield scene Trade in Albany scene Trade in Quebec scene
Trading at Springfield - Wôbanaki people and English traders dealt with John Pynchon in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1650. Trading at Albany - After the fall of the Dutch colony, the English pursued Kanienkehaka trade and alliance at Albany, New York, in 1667. Trading at Quebec - French and Wendat formalized their alliance in Quebec, New France, 1635.

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