major trading post

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  • The many pieces of pottery found indicate that this was a major trading post. ...
  • However, because the town was likely a major trading post along the same route as Bostra, the population could have been several thousand strong. ...
  • Fort Christanna also served as a major trading post for the corporate Virginia Indian Company. ...
  • The fort became a major trading post, attracting Native Americans from throughout the northern Great Lakes. ...
  • Thus fortified, Fort Kiowa was expanded into a major trading post for Natives in the region. ...
  • Traditionally (especially between the 15th and 19th centuries) it was a major trading post of the eastern delta. ...
  • Its inland location and lack of a port kept it from becoming a major trading post such as Salamis and Paphos. ...
  • Nianing was once a major trading post for cotton and peanuts. ...
  • The city served as a major trading post between New Orleans and Natchitoches in the 18th and 19th centuries. ...
  • The site is the location of a major trading post, which was one of the only ones established deep in the Alaskan interior by the Russian-American Company. ...
  • In the early 19th century, Fort Langley was the Hudson's Bay Company's first major trading post. ...
  • The village grew up around the fortress and became a major trading post between the Norwegians in Finnmark county and the nearby Russians.
  • Due to its role as a major trading post, the city was the departure point for the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804. ...
  • The Lawra market is a major trading post in Lawra in Upper West Region of Ghana.
  • In the 19th century, the town served as a major trading post for the Royal Greenland Trading Department's trade in reindeer hides. ...
  • By 1795, Fort Edmonton was established on the north bank of the river, as a major trading post for the Hudson's Bay Company. ...
  • Although British continued to operate the fort as a major trading post, the Ojibwe (Chippewa) in the region resented British policies as harsh. ...
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