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This bibliography presents a list of reference books and articles relevant to the study of North America's Indian Trade in European Commerce. By the eighteenth century, Europe's widening commercial activities laid the basis for a robust intellectual infrastructure to both sustain and justify its growing trading relations abroad. In the Eurocentric logic of trading empires, the colonial world seemed most obliging in that respect. Commerce could attract Indians as debtors to European creditors, and give them freedom to act upon their own initiative, improve their condition, and amass disproportionate degrees of wealth among one another.

Keywords: European commerce; Indian trade; North America



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