Table of contents for Making the voyageur world : travelers and traders in the North American fur trade / Carolyn Podruchny.

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<h2>Contents</h2>
List of Illustrations, Maps, and Tables	000
Preface	000
Acknowledgments
Note on Sources	000
Abbreviations	000
1. Introduction: Sons of the Farm, the Trade, and the Wilderness	000
2. Leaving Home: Family and Livelihood in French Canada and Beyond	000
3. Rites of Passage and Ritual Moments: Voyageur Cosmology	000
4. It Is the Paddle That Brings Us: Voyageurs Working in Canoes	000
5. The Theater of Hegemony: Masters, Clerks, and Servants	000
6. Rendezvous: Parties, Tricks, and Friendships	000
7. En D¿rouine: Life at Interior Fur Trade Posts	000
8. Tender Ties, Fluid Monogamy, and Trading Sex: Voyageurs and Aboriginal 
Women	000
9. Disengagement: Going Home and Going Free	000
10. Conclusion: Carrying the World	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

French-Canadians -- North America -- History.
Fur trade -- North America -- History.
Fur trade -- New France -- History.
Fur traders -- North America -- History.
Fur traders -- New France -- History.
Mãaetis -- North America -- History.
Indians of North America -- History.
North America -- Description and travel.
Saint Lawrence River Valley -- Description and travel.
Frontier and pioneer life -- North America.