The Journal of John Work: A Chief-Trader of the Hudson's Bay Co. During His Expedition from Vancouver to the Flatheads and Blackfeet of the Pacific Northwest
Arthur H. Clark Company, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 209 pages
John Work was arguably the most proficient explorer of the Hudson's Bay Company in the Pacific Northwest. His journals are among the most important records of the fur trade in the Northwest. This publication, originally issued in 1923, was, and remains, the only publication of John Work's journal for August 18, 1831-July 27, 1832.
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The Fur Trade in the Northwest
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Alexander Ross American Fur Company April August Bancroft beaver taken Blackfeet Blackfoot brigade buffalo camp and proceeded camp in order Canadian Archives Clark Clark's Fork Cloudy cold weather Columbia River Colville Continued our route Creek crossed December eight miles encamped expedition F[lat]heads February Finlay Flathead Friday fur trade grass heavy rain hills Historical Quarterly Historical Society Quarterly horses to feed Hudson's Bay Company hunting Ibid Idaho Indians January John Work's Journal of John July killed Lewis March McLeod McLoughlin Monday Montana morning Nez Perce night North Northwest Company November October Ogden one-half hours opus citra order to allow Oregon Historical Society Pacific party passed Payette Peter Skene Peter Skene Ogden Pierre Chouteau pursuit of buffalo raise camp road Salmon River Saturday September seven miles showery weather Snake River Spokane Sunday THURSDAY Trail trapper Tuesday Vancouver visited their traps Walla Walla Wednesday Work's Journals wounded yesterday