Moose were a valuable resource to the Algonkin Indians of Canada and hunted primarily for their meat and thick durable skins that would be tanned on wooden stretchers and made into clothing, bedding and moccasins.

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Moose were a valuable resource to the Algonkin Indians of Canada and hunted primarily for their meat and thick durable skins that would be tanned on wooden stretchers and made into clothing, bedding and moccasins.

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