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My 3rd lot of Moo cards, interested in trading this lot. I have 1 or 2 of each, leave a note if you want one, and Ill flickr mail you. Ill update notes with how many left, if they go….[in hindsight, I just realised I should have cropped this, oh well!]
UPDATE: I dont have access to these Moo cards any more. I moved to San Francisco without them, sorry. Ill have some more cards up soon.
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Through a complex network of trade routes dating to prehistoric times, trading contacts bound the Eskimo groups of Alaska to each other, the Athabascans Indians of the interior and the Chukchi of northern Siberia.
These routes brought trade goods to the Eskimos long before they were introduced directly through Russian trading posts in Alaska.
Important products which changed hands between the various groups included ivory, seal oil, caribou skins and antlers. Siberian reindeer skins, furs and wooden bowls.
Transactions were carried out between trading partners: individuals from different groups who observed formalized relationships based on trust. This ensured that mutually beneficial trade could be carried out safely.
It seems as though furs in the form of seal went from Alaskas west coast to the Chukchi Peninsula and to Alaskas interior. Beaver furs came from Alaskas interior and went to the coast and beyond to Siberia. Caribou came from Siberia to Alaska As did ceramics, which went further into the interior.
Im not sure how accurate all of this is.