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Madeline La Framboise's Foxskin Shawl
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Origin

Madeline La Framboise

Type

Foxskin Shawl

Effects

Makes the wearer incredibly persuasive in sales and able to convince people to buy their wares over other suppliers.

Downsides

None to date

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Homobonus-MT8

Aisle

931386-7669

Shelf

542661-77394-5602

Date of Collection

June 5, 1911

[Source]


OriginEdit

Madeline La Framboise (1780–1846), of mixed French and Native American descent, was one of the most successful fur traders in the Northwest Territory. Fur trading was one of the most difficult and dangerous occupations of the time according to historical accounts. She conducted business in the territory that later became the state of Michigan. Due to her success, she was one of the most prominent early businesswomen of Michigan.

EffectsEdit

Makes the wearer incredibly persuasive in sales and able to convince people to buy their wares over other suppliers.

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