Steel arrow head used by Native Americans in the modern period. Found near the Thornapple River in Lowell, Michigan.
4" h .5" w .1" d
Current Location Status:
Gift Of F. M. McGlocklin
Great Lakes Fur Traders (after 2015) At the heart of the fur trade was the development of effective communication between two radically different cultures. Both the Native Americans and the Europeans were changed by their contact with each other, yet they managed to create a mutually beneficial system which persisted for 250 years.