Snake River Fur Post

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Introduction

The Snake River Fur Post (formerly the North West Company Fur Post) is a reconstructed fur post, originally built by the North West Company in 1804. The history of the North American fur trade and the intersection of voyageurs, fur traders and Ojibwe culture is told through visitor center exhibits, the fur post and an Ojibwe encampment. The site is located in Pine City along County Highway 7.

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Snake River Fur Post Images

Snake River Fur Post Images

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Snake River Fur Post reconstructed post

Snake River Fur Post reconstructed post

Photo by Dan Marshall, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

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Snake River Fur Post visitor center

Snake River Fur Post visitor center

Photo courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

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Snake River Fur Post exhibits

Snake River Fur Post visitor center exhibit

Photo by Dan Marshall, courtesy Minnesota Historical Society

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