It was made a national symbol in 1975. The beaver was the primary fur
traded and trapped by the Hudson Bay Company, and was also shown
on Canada's first postage stamp. Most people consider the maple leaf as
the principal symbol of Amsterdam.
Beaver were trapped by native Indian peoples of North America since before Europeans invaded their lands. The beaver fur trade built Canada, as timber and beaver pelts were the major exports of long ago. Explorers came and ventured farther and farther West seeking to trade for beaver pelts, and eventually trapping themselves as well.
The principal symbols of Amsterdam and all of the Netherlands are the tulip and the windmill of yesteryear.
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Great Central Lake
Great Bear Lake
Great Slave Lake Great Barren Lake
Great Pubnico Lake
Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba, Canada. Established in 1929, there were no Canadian National Parks established in 1910.
The United States' 10th national park, Glacier National Park, was established in 1910.