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    Fur Industry History

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    cavemen survival tactics in prehistoric times to designer wear in modern day life, fur is a practical material that slowly became a symbol of wealth and style. From the fur trade industry to technological advances, the fur industry helped develop every country both economically and historically. Throughout the passing centuries, fur became a practical fabric and later a fashionable trend. From the beginning of time, fur was used as a practical element in wardrobe, it was used for survival by cavemen. Animals were first hunted and later skinned. Hunters would feed their family, and later provide their wives or partners with materials made from the animal 's flesh to make blankets, utensils, and clothing. These animal’s skins were the…

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    Fur Farming Are you wearing clothes made of real animal fur? Do you even care!? You should and most likely will after you finish reading my essay. The average person doesn’t look at the label on their clothes to see its export. The average person doesn’t know how the animals end up in their situation. Fur farms must be shut down. China, the largest fur exporter in the world, has no penalty for fur farms. No wonder it’s the largest exporter. Before I tell you about fur farms, you…

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    Fur Persuasive Speech

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    Killing animals for their fur to make ourselves warm is wrong. A. There are many alternatives ways to keep us warm. B. Approximately 40 animals are killed for each fur coat. 1. Each of those animals has died a violent death. a. Such as anal electrocution, gassing, neck breaking, drowning or a shot in the head. C. Trapping is widely recognized as cruel. 1. The most popular of traps used to catch fur-bearing animals. a. Trappers in the U.S. kill several million fur bearing animal each year (4…

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    In the article “Fur is more fashionable then ever, But why?” David Dietz, an editor for Huffposts, explores the idea of what industries consider fur coats as a pro and those against it, which are people like vegan followers and PETA. According to the companies within the fashion industry such as Hermes, say that “Leather is a staple and fur is one of the hottest crazies,” which explains that they are for fur fashion. David Dietz includes that “More than 70% of animals are being slaughtered…

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    Fur has always been the ultimate “fabric of desire”. People around the world have been purchased and favored fur clothes in many centuries ago, but not until recently, the demand for fur clothes are extending higher than ever. According to Robert Burke, founder of the luxury consultancy in New York, “Fur has always been a hot-button issue in fashion, and now more than ever because the consumer has the ability to research and decide for themselves where they want to stand”, he also added up to…

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    Fur Trade Research Paper

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    Popular histories often marginalize First Nations women when discussing the fur trade. However, these women were quite significant and contributed a great deal to the vast and rapid development of colonial fur trading, playing a unique but important role in fur trade. Also, the fur trade itself changed the culture of First Nations women permanently and altered their role in their society. European fur traders first came to Canada early in the 16th century, and by the 19th century their…

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    Fur Trade Changes

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    disease, and goods; specifically fur which begins as a necessity and later becomes a worldwide luxury. The new-coming Europeans used this fur trade to their advantage and brought distinct and positive effects on the new America. This change, which was brought to the Americas through the European countries France, Spain and England, caused drastic changes in the colonies. These changes in population, social stratification, social relations, and economics caused America to thrive as a new…

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    Fur Muffs History

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    The History of the “FUR MUFFS” What are muffs? Well, before plunging into the details of fur muffs it becomes rather important to understand the meaning of the term muffs in general. Muffs are nothing but hand warmers which is a fashion accessory popularized for use outdoors. The muffs are made of a cylinder of fur or any other related fabric which are open on both the ends and are helpful in keeping the hands warm from the cold chills of the winter season. Fur muffs were mostly introduced early…

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    Topic 2: An Analysis of the Loss of Indigenous Language in Kiss of the Fur Queen by Tomson Highway This literary study will identify the loss of the indigenous language in Kiss of the Fur Queen by Tomson Highway. Highway’s story of two young Indian boys, Champion (Jeremiah) and Ooneemeetoo (Gabriel), illustrates the effect of forced Anglophone education in a residential school. In addition to be sexually abused by the Roman Catholic priests, they must reject their own native language in…

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    According to Bornfreeusa.org “ More than 500 million animals are violently killed for use in fashion every year.” (Born Free USA, 2015). The use of fur in the fashion industry has been a concept for over thousands of years and the unique material has always sparked consumers interest. However, now more then ever this topic of stripping animals fur pelts for luxurious goods has been a hug controversial debate in society. The world population has a vase amount of people for the use of fur and…

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