Fur Trade: Comparison Of The Relations Between France And Osage

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For the Fur Trade to take place Europeans and Osage had to develop relationships so they could travel in good locations. These relations started towards the beginning of the 1700s. The relations between the French and Osage were good, until one day when the French decided to use the trail to travel to Spanish land without the approval and direction from Osage. However, with the problems Osage stayed true to the French and did not let that ruin the relations they had with them. Despite the obstacles that were, faced Osage continued to fight with the French during the war. One thing that I find very interesting is that the Osage were afraid of the Louisiana Purchase. This purchase caused problems, because of doubling the size of the United States.
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