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Some Trade items at the Victoria Settlement.

Some Trade items at the Victoria Settlement. Birch bark, a model of a red river cart, a trap, some beads, a children's toy (spinning top), some sweetgrass, some tobacco, a flesher and a slate with the alphabet on it.

Some Trade items at the Victoria Settlement. Birch bark, a model of a red river cart, a trap, some beads, a children's toy (spinning top), some sweetgrass, some tobacco, a flesher and a slate with the alphabet on it.

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