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Christian Klengenberg and the opening of trade with the Copper Inuit

H. G. Jones
Études/Inuit/Studies
Vol. 20, No. 2, IMAGE ET IDENTITÉ / IMAGE AND IDENTITY (1996), pp. 101-108
Published by: Université Laval
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42869940
Page Count: 8

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Topics: Whaling, Christian history, Caribous, Parkas, Ships, Clothing, White people, Ice, Distributive trade, Trade
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Abstract

À partir de notes biographiques et historiques, nous découvrons, dans cette réflexion, Christian Klengenberg. On y montre comment ce cuisinier Danois devint un commerçant connu dans l'Arctique canadien de l'Ouest et la façon dont il a contribué au développement de cette région. In this paper, a few biographical and historical notes on Christian Klengenberg are presented. They show how this Danish cook became a famous trader in the Canadian Western Arctic, and contributed much to the development of this area.

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