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Peace River: a canoe voyage from Hudson"s Bay to Pacific, by Sir George Simpson (governor, Hon. Hudson"s Bay Company) in 1828

Archibald McDonald

Peace River: a canoe voyage from Hudson"s Bay to Pacific, by Sir George Simpson (governor, Hon. Hudson"s Bay Company) in 1828

journal of the late chief factor, Archibald McDonald (Hon. Hudson"s Bay Company) who accompanied him.

by Archibald McDonald

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Published by C. E. Tuttle Co. in Rutland, Vt .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northwest, Canadian,
  • British Columbia
    • Subjects:
    • Simpson, George, Sir, 1786 or 7-1860.,
    • Hudson"s Bay Company.,
    • Northwest, Canadian -- Description and travel.,
    • British Columbia -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited, with notes, by Malcolm McLeod. [Introd. by Bruce Peel]
      ContributionsMcLeod, Malcolm, 1821-1899, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1013 .M13 1971
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 119 p.
      Number of Pages119
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5701881M
      ISBN 100804809348
      LC Control Number70130424

      At any rate, by not merely canoes but La Salle's little ship the Griffon is navigating the waters of Lake Erie and Lake Huron; and in Cadillac is founding a trading post at Detroit. 3 1 Peace River. A Canoe Voyage from Hudson's Bay to Pacific, by the late Sir George Simpson, in Edited with notes by Malcolm McLeod. Ottawa,   Archibald McDonald kept the journal, which has been published under the title of Peace River: Canoe Voyage from Hudson’s Bay to the Pacific. At this point in the tale, the canoes are approaching the Peace River Canyon — not an easy portage across the range of mountains that separates modern day British Columbia from Alberta.

      The Governor of Red River, Hudson's Bay Voyaging in a Light Canoe [sic] Peter Rindisbacher/Library and Archives Canada/C Despite his prodigious energy and talent not even Sir George Simpson could keep the Oregon country for Hbc and the British. SIMPSON, Sir GEORGE, governor of the HBC, author, and businessman; b. probably in or in the parish of Lochbroom (Highland), Scotland, son of George Simpson; m. 24 Feb. his cousin Frances Ramsay Simpson in the parish of Bromley St Leonard (London), and they had five children; four of whom survived infancy; d. 7 Sept. in Lachine, Lower Canada.

        Nothing of material interest presented itself during this part of the Journey [Simpson’s Journey to the Columbia, [London: Hudson’s Bay Record Society,] p]. Now we can follow Archibald McDonald’s Journals, from the book: Peace River, a Canoe Voyage from Hudson’s Bay to Pacific [Ottawa: J Durie & Son, ]. Interestingly. Doctor William Todd of the Hudson's Bay Company arrived at Fort Wedderburn and became the first physican to practice in Alberta. Captain John Franklin stopped in Fort Chipewyan for four months on his way to the Arctic. George simpson, 33 and later Governor of the Hudson's Bay company, replaced Colin Robertson at Fort Wedderburn.


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