A history of the Canadian west to 1870-71: being a history of Rupert's Land (the Hudson's Bay Company's territory) and of the North-West Territory (including the Pacific slope).
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Albany Alexander Mackenzie American arrived Assiniboine Athabaska band bank beaver brigade British brought buffalo built Canada Canadian canoes Captain Charter Chief Factor Churchill Churchill River claim coast colony Columbia command Company's post Council Crees Cumberland House Douglas east England English Company established expedition exploration forts Fraser French Frenchmen Frobisher fur trade fur-traders Government Governor and Committee Grand Portage Groseilliers half-breeds Hudson's Bay Company Indians Island James John journey Lake Winnipeg Lord Selkirk M'Gillivray Macdonell meat miles Montreal Moose mountains mouth natives Nootka Nootka Sound North West Company officers Pacific party passed peace Pedlars pemmican Port Nelson prairie provisions Radisson reached Red River Red River Settlement region Rockies route Rupert's Land sailed Saskatchewan savages secured sent servants Settlement settlers ship shore Simpson spring Strait summer supply territory Thompson took tribes valley Verendrye voyage water-way Western Sea William Wintering Partners Woods York Factory
Contested Empire: Peter Skene Ogden and the Snake River Expeditions
John Phillip Reid
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Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume 9
No preview available - 1976