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How long is a decade? 10 years
How long is a century? 100 years
Why did French explorers come to Michigan? Trying to sail to China to get silk.
Why did the French want to trade with the Indians for beaver fur? to make beaver hats in France
A diary written by a woman who lived 50 years ago. Is this a primary or secondary source? Primary
A Michigan History textbook written 10 years ago. Is this a primary or secondary source? Secondary
A photograph of a pioneer farmer? Is this a primary or secondary source? Primary
What did the Indians want from the French as their half of the fur trade? European goods
About how many years ago did the fur trade with the French begin? 400 years
Why did the French build forts? To protect themselves from the British.
What large Michigan city began as a French fort? Detroit
Why did the French and British fight a war? The fur trade
Who lost The French and Indian War? The French and Indians
What happened after France lost the war? The British took over the fur trade.
After the war what happened between the British and the American Indians? Lots of conflict (fighting)
Clearing land is an example of how the Three Fires... Used, Adapted, or Changed their environment? Changing
Building homes that keep them warm in the winter is an example of the Three Fires... Using, Adapting, or Changing their environment? Adapting to
Eating fish that were plentiful in the lakes is an example of the Three Fires... Using, Adapting, or Changing their environment? Using
Because people thought Michigan had poor farm land... Few towns started here
Because Michigan was hard to get to... The population grew slowly
Created by: hbolles
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