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Fort La Tour
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True or False: First Nations peoples occupied this land for over three and a half thousand years before being displaced by La Tour when he constructed this trading outpost.
An archaeological site containing the remains of a 17th-century fortified fur-trading post established by Charles de Saint-Étienne de la Tour; one of the earliest centres of the French fur trade with the Aboriginal peoples in the region
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