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Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, 1775-82

Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, 1775-82

first series, 1775-79

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Published by Hudson"s Bay Record Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by E.E. Rich ; assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with an introduction by Richard Glover.
SeriesPublications of Hudson"s Bay Record Society -- 14
ContributionsRich, E. E. 1904-1979
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17389228M

Journal I. Journal of a journey inland from York Fort towards Basquiau commencing 23d June and ending 23 June / by Samuel Hearne --Journal II. Journal of the most remarkable transactions and occurrences on a journey from and to York Fort and at Cumberland House from 8 July to 26th October , kept by Mr. Samuel Hearne --Journal Glover, Richard Glover,Richard (Richard Gilchrist), Glover, Richard (pisarz). Glover, Richard Gilchrist Glover, Richard Gilchrist,

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CUMBERLAND HOUSE JOURNALS AND INLAND JOURNAL [Two volume set]. First Series Second Series Hardcover – January 1, Get this from a library. Cumberland House journals and Inland journal, Cumberland House journals and Inland journals. [E E Rich; Hudson's Bay Company.] -- This publication is an interspersing of the Cumberland House journals and the Hudson House journals which were journals of the daily activities Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journal,Volume Hudson's Bay Company This publication is an interspersing of the Cumberland House journals and the Hudson House journals which were journals of the daily activities of these fur-trading posts kept by those in charge of the posts.

From inside the book. What people are Cumberland and Hudson House Journals Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journal - First Series ) - Second Series ) [two volumes][The Publications of the Hudson's Bay Record Society] [Rich, E. (editor), B/w Illustrations] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Cumberland and Hudson House Journals Cumberland House Journals and Inland Cumberland house journals and inland journal, edited by E.E. Rich ; assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with an introduction by Richard Glover (The publications of the Hudson's Bay Record Society, ) Hudson's Bay Record Society, Limited ed 1st ser 2nd Peel 46 Rich, Edwin Ernest (b) (editor) ; Johnson, Alice Margaret (editor) ; Glover, Richard (introduction).

Cumberland House journals and inland journals, London: Hudson's Bay Record Society, Physical description: 2 vols (xciii,xivp.; lxiii,xiiip.).; 25 cm. Language: English Journals of the HBC's first inland post, during the early years of HBC's expansion Type(s) de contenu et mode(s) de consultation: Texte: sans médiation Auteur(s): Hudson's Bay Company Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur Titre(s): Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, [Texte imprimé] / Edited by E.

Rich, ; assisted by A. Johnson, ; Introduction by Richard Glover, Publication: London: Hudson's Bay record society, ://cb Cumberland House Journals And Inland Journal First Series, Hudson's Bay Record Society) Published by Hudson's Bay Record Society's-bay-record-society.

Cumberland House Journals and Inland Jour­ nal, First Series,Edited by E, E, RICH, assisted by A, M, JOHNSON, With an introduction by RICHARD GLOVER, (London, The Hudson's Bay Record Society, xcui, p.) Reviewed by Grace Lee Nute CUMBERLAND HOUSE, where most of these journals were written, was a log-walled build­   See: Rich, E.E., editor, Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journals Second Series (Hudson’s Bay Record Society, Volume XV) London, Johnson, Alice M., editor, Saskatchewan Journals and Correspondence (Hudson’s Bay Record Society, Volume XXVI) London, ARCHIVES WINNIPEG Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, () Œuvres cartographiques (2) Aboriginal map of North America, denoting the boundaries and the locations of various Indian tribes () avec Hudson's Bay Company comme Autre://cb   Rich: Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journals, — First Series, — d — Prize Winning Essays: Armitage Competition in Oregon Pioneer History, nney Norwegian-AmericanStudies and Records, Volume XV!.

By Willard E. Ireland Cumberland House journals and inland journal, first series, Cumberland House journals and inland journal, second series Fort Victoria letters, ; Hudson's Bay Record Society; Hudson's Bay copy book of letters, commissions, instructions outward, Hudson's Bay miscellany, Author of Copy-book of letters outward &c, Moose Fort journals,Bye-laws of the Adventurers of England trading into Hudson's Bay, Cumberland House journals and Inland journal,Report of the governor and committee of the Hudson's Bay Company, Saskatchewan journals and correspondence, Charter and supplemental charter of the Hudson's Bay Company, Evidence for the United States Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journal,Volume 14 The publications of the Hudson's Bay Record Society Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journal,Cumberland House Journals and Inland Journal, Author: Hudson's Bay Company: Editor: Edwin Ernest Rich: Publisher: Hudson's Bay Record Society, Original from Moose Fort journals, () avec Hudson's Bay Company comme Éditeur scientifique Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, () Œuvres cartographiques (2) Cumberland house journals and inland journal, edited by E.E.

Rich ; assisted by A.M. Johnson ; with an introduction by Richard Glover Hudson's Bay Record Society Limited ed The publications of the Hudson's Bay Record Society 1st ser Cumberland House journals and inland journal, first series, Add to clipboard. F H8 v; ; Part of City of Vancouver Archives library collection.

Cumberland House journals and inland journal, second series Add to clipboard. F H8 v ; and, Notes and observations on a book entitled The fur trade connected Britain and North America.

This connection was originally made possible by wooden sailing vessels. Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) was founded after the voyage of the Nonsuch had demonstrated the commercial feasibility of sailing through Hudson Straits and into Hudson Bay in order to acquire furs.

Maritime voyages remained an important part of HBC's operations until  › LONGMOOR, ROBERT, fur trader; b. probably in the parish of West Church, Edinburgh, Scotland, son of William Longmoor; fl. – Robert Longmoor joined the Hudson’s Bay Company in as a sailor, and in he accompanied Samuel Hearne* up the Saskatchewan River and helped him to establish Cumberland House (Sask.).

The next year he was sent with Charles Thomas Isham to. Subsequent journals of Cumberland House and Hudson House (near Brightholme, Sask.) note his continued active service in difficult circumstances. In November he fell ill with the smallpox then ravaging the Indian population.

Cumberland House journals and inland journal, –82, ed. E. E. Rich and A. M. Johnson (2v., London, –52 ?BioId=  Cumberland House journals and Inland journals, ­ London (UK): Hudson's Bay Record Society; p.

Hudson's Bay Company, Provincial Archives of Manitoba, B/a/3, Fort Dauphin, ­, fo 5d. Houston CS, Houston S. The first smallpox epidemic on the Canadian Plains: in the fur-traders' words.

Can J Infect Dis In ://Margaret Ormsby was born in in Quesnel but spent most of her childhood in the Okanagan Valley, where her father, a returned veteran, had taken out an orchard acreage on the banks of Kalamalka Lake in the suburb of Coldstream near Vernon, which subsequently became Margaret’s much beloved home base.

Thanks to her parents’ strong encouragement to pursue higher education, inshe