The company is named for the Hudson Bay and the blankets were typically traded to First Nations in exchange for beaver pelts. The blankets continue to be sold by Canada's Hudson's Bay stores and have come to hold iconic status in Canada. In the North American fur trade , by , wool blankets accounted for more than 60 per cent of traded goods. Originally point blankets had a single stripe across each end, usually in blue or red.
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Native Americans in the United States
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Pure Merino wool blanket made by Smith and Philips' for a small chain of department stores. The life of the Oxfordshire town of Witney became dominated by the business of cloth and blanket making from the early 16th century; through many changes and varying fortunes, that trade was to continue until During those four hundred years many different types of blankets were made there in an astonishing array of sizes, weights, qualities, colours, patterns and uses. They also differed according to which blanket makers or firms produced them, what type of process they were made by and what the buyers' requirements were.
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Indian trade blankets are commercially woven wool blankets with striking geometric patterns. Trade blankets have long been an integral part of Native American culture. However, another weaving tradition began in the 18th century.