The Russians, Germans, French-Canadians, Scottish, British, Indians and Owyhee all had significant influence of natural resources that became commodities and the commercialization of those resources. Each of these groups of people had an interest in fur-trappings as their main commodity, but according to Jackson & Kimerling , “Most of these northern Europeans groups were farming folk in search of good land, though the Germans were a diverse lot who found a variety of niches to fill”. Read more about Land Rights at Socyberty
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