This is Volume 2 in a series on the Indian history of Jasper, covering the early historical period of 1750-1850. The human history of Jasper has historically and archaeologically always differed from that of the rest of the province. Such was still the case at the beginnings of this period, though changes were now on the way, as the Cree, Iroquoias, traders and "Freemen" began to push into this moutain fastness. Though no longer isolated, the Jasper area continued to be distinct, with a mixture of a variety of ethnic groups who eventually came to meld and identify largely as Cree.
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