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trading post

A store, usually found in sparsely settled areas, where inhabitants can exchange products they make, grow, or trap, for goods sold by the store.
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In addition to selling things, callers sometimes make other announcements via the radio trading posts.
Old Trading Posts Of The Four Corners: A Guide To Early-Day Trading Posts Established On Or Around The Navajo, Hopi, And Ute Mountain Ute Reservations" by western historian Richard C.
He set up trading posts to compete with Americans, and single-handedly surveyed a continental area unparalleled in human history.
These self-guided tours use highways to help tourists create a road map of landmarks, trading posts, museums, and more, covering Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah's finest Native lands.
The universe boasts 40 star systems and 150 different space stations, planets and trading posts.
I just finished reading "The Benefits of Beavers" [January/February 2003] and wanted to offer one modest clarification: Lewis and Clark did not "establish" any fur trading posts during their cross-continent trek of 1804-1806.
Portugal set up trading posts in East Timor during the 1500s, and eventually gained control of the area.
Though his hobbies involve buying and selling stocks at various online trading posts, his affinity for fishing has finally paid off.