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"Madame Montour and the Fur Trade (1667-1752) is the biography of an adventurous and self-reliant woman who, as an interpreter-diplomat, played important roles in events leading up to the French and Indian War. Dr. Vincens uses the life of this celebrated woman as a framework for describing relations among the French, English, Ottawa, Huron, Iroquois, and other Indian nations during the period of French expansion into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. Most of her primary sources are from French archives in Quebec and France, thereby giving a French perspective on this fascinating period of North American history."

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