3 edition of A voyage to Hudson"s Bay, during the summer of 1812 found in the catalog.
A voyage to Hudson"s Bay, during the summer of 1812
|Other titles||New voyages and travels.|
|Statement||by Thomas M"Keevor, M.D. of the Dublin Lying-In Hospital.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (48 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||48|
The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC; French: Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson) is a Canadian retail business group. A fur trading business for much of its existence, HBC now owns and operates retail stores in Canada and the United States. The company sold . During 21 August Seydlitz again patrolled off the Riga Gulf, and at the return passage to Kiel was begun at a speed of 18kts, later reduced to 15kts, and after dark to 12kts. The voyage to Kiel continued during 22 August and at on 23 August Seydlitz made fast to . Subscribe to Read Articles from May Part 4. Canada Is Willing; Makarios in Appeal to U.S. The Proceedings In the U.N. BULGANIN URGES PARLEY; Sees Conditions as . Henry Ellis (–), A Voyage to Hudson’s Bay, by the Dobbs Galley and California, in the Years and , for Discovering a North-west Passage (London, ). (London, ). b.
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Get this from a library. A voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the summer of Containing a particular account of the icebergs and other phenomena which present themselves in those regions; also, a description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians; their manners, customs, dress, language, &c.
&c. [Thomas MacKeevor]. Get this from a library. A voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the summer of containing a particular account of the icebergs and other phenomena which present themselves in those regions: also, a description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians: their manners, customs, dress, language, &c.
& c. [Thomas M'Keevor]. James Isham's Observations on Hudsons Bay, and Notes and Observations on a Book Entitled: a Voyage to Hudsons Bay in the Dobbs Galley, by James Isham, Henry Ellis, et al.
| 1 Jan Unknown Binding A Voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the summer of Containing a particular account of the icebergs and other phenomena which. The outer portion of a book which covers the actual binding. The spine usually faces outward when a book is placed on a shelf.
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The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC; French: Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson) is a Canadian retail business group. A fur trading business for much of its existence, HBC now owns and operates retail stores in Canada and the United States. The company sold most of its European operations by August and its remaining stores, in the Netherlands, were closed by the end of Founded: 2 May ; years ago, London, England.
The Red River Colony (or Selkirk Settlement) was a colonization project set up in by Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk, onsquare kilometres (, sq mi) of land was granted to him by the Hudson's Bay Company, which is referred to as the Selkirk Concession, which included the portions of Rupert's Land, or the watershed of Hudson Bay, bounded on the north by the line Capital: Upper Fort Garry.
A voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the summer of Containing a particular account of the icebergs and other phenomena which present themselves in those regions; also, a description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians; their mannners, customs, dress, language, &c.
Some New Books in A voyage to Hudsons Bay fames Isham's Observations on Hudsons Bay, iy43, and Notes and Obser vations on a Book Entitled A Voyage to Hudsons Bay in the Dobbs Galley, iy4g (Hudson's Bay Record Society, Publications, no. 12). Edited by E.
RICH, assisted by A. JOHNSON. (Published by theFile Size: 1MB. The third Wishart to join the Hudson Bay Company was a John Wishart from Rousay, Orkney.
He was born about and possibly the son of John Wishart and Mary Spence (WIS) A labourer by profession, he spent ten years between and based in the Albany District before becoming a boatswain at the Red River Post in Winnipeg.
He took a side trip to Hudson Bay on the same vessel in the summer of before returning to the coast on J He spent the next nine years in coastal shipping before settling in the Chinook area on Novem A voyage to Hudson's bay, during the summer of Containing a particular account of the Signatures B and C are numbered "Voyages and travels, no.
8, vol. II." and the plates (at end of no. 2) are numbered "VIII." Also available in digital form. Contributor: Mackeevor, Thomas Date: A VOYAGE TO HUDSON'S BAY, DURING THE SUMMER OF Containing a Particular Account of the Icebergs Also A Description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians, Their Manners, Customs, Dress, Language, &c.
By M'Keevor, Thomas. London:. Introduction The following were reviewed from the extensive collection of papers reproduced for the Hudson's Bay Company expeditions and activities throughout the late 18th and early 19th centuries (pictured above). The purpose here was to focus on the introduction of novel philosophies and new medicines to the medical community.
A few traditional or. Hudson Bay Company Introduction The Hudson's Bay Company provides us with some of the most extensive document collections used to obtain further insights into Trapper Medicine.
Due to the lengthy history of Hudson's Bay's interactions in Canada and the Midwestern and Northwestern United States, we are able to document some fairly lengthy lists of medicine employed.
Samuel de Champlain, French explorer, acknowledged founder of the city of Quebec (), and consolidator of the French colonies in the New World. He discovered the lake that bears his name () and made other explorations of what are now northern.
Notes on the History of North America, [December ] Skip navigation. Go to main content. Canada reaches from the 39 to the 65 degree of latitude that is from the South side of Lake Erie to the North side of Hudsons bay & from the to the degree of longitude viz from the River They remain at Plymouth during the Summer.
Notes and Observations on a Book Entitled a Voyage to Hudsons Bay in the Dobbs Galley, (Toronto: Champlain Society for the Hudson’s Bay Record Society, ), pp. 1,Stan Hulme 'Out from Hudsons Bay' Dec, Joseph is identified in the book 'Hudson's Bay Miscellany ' pages and He entered the HBC services in and became a Chief Factor at Moose Factory, retiring in Simpson's character Sketch of follows: "About 50 years of age.
A steady well conducted little man whose word. Name Index – Hudson’s Bay Company records – Servants’ Contracts (ca) Aanensen, Peder Hangedal. #N#Norway Lister Bjelland.
£17 pa. (5) his mark. A/32 fo #N#Eng DEV Dartmouth. Clerk General Service. £ pa. (3) sig. order for payment £5 per month to Mr. Adams. #N#Eng DEV Dartmouth. Post Master General Services. This is a guide to the best books about the mountain men of the American west which I know about.
Anyone can find a book here to suit them: casual readers, students, enthusiasts, reenactors, and historians. I include a few less distinguished books, too, when they are the only thing about a topic.
Algonquins, Champlain & the HBC The Ancients: Peoples of the Laurentian Tradition. For thousands of years, the Ottawa Valley had been occupied by early peoples. One history book by the late Clyde Kennedy, an avid amateur archaeologist, sets out what is known of those ancient people. (See an excerpt from Kennedy’s book).
Archaeological. Full text of "The Hudson's Bay Company's land tenures and the occupation of Assiniboia by Lord Selkirk's settlers, with a list of grantees under the Earl and the Company" See other formats.
FIDLER, PETER, fur trader, surveyor, explorer, and cartographer; b. 16 Aug. in Bolsover, England, son of James Fidler and Mary –; m. autumn according to the custom of the country and formally on 14 Aug. at Norway House (Man.), Mary, a Swampy Cree, and they had 14 children; d.
17 Dec. at Dauphin Lake House (Man.). In April at London, in the midst of a renewal of the. Full text of "The Hudson's Bay company's land tenures and the occupation of Assiniboia" See other formats.
After the loss of the ship Tonquin during a trading trip to Puget Sound, a group of PFC men led by Robert Stuart departed from Fort Astoria in June for a return overland journey.
The route taken was further south than that taken on the outbound trip and they thereby discovered the South Pass over the Continental Divide. He is the author of a Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America in the Years,and ; or, the First American Settlement on the Pacific.
Born in Quebec, he was the son of Gabriel Franchère, merchant, and Félicité Morin (Miron, Marin). The terms of the new agreement suggest that he was badly wanted, 10s. a week till he sailed in the following summer, £4 a month as mate on the voyage out, and £ a year in the bay.
Kelsey was now clearly recognized as a competent seaman as well as an efficient officer. On 24 January,Thomas Hudson advised Captain John Davis concerning his search for a northwest passage to China, which resulted in the discovery of Davis strait, and twenty-six years later exercised a powerful influence upon Henry Hudson in a voyage that eventually carried the latter into Delaware bay and Hudson river.
A Voyage to Hudson's Bay, During the Summer of Containing a Particular Account of the Icebergs and Other Phenomena Which Present Themselves in Those Regions: Also, a Description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians, Their Manners, Customs, Dress, Language, &c.
(London: Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. ), by. A voyage to Hudson's Bay during the summer ofSir R. Phillips, Londonwhich later appeared in Sir Richard Phillips New Voyages and Travels consisting of. Simpson, George. “George Simpson’s Remarks connected with the Fur Trade &c.
in the course of a Voyage from York Factory Hudsons Bay to Fort George Columbia River and back to York Factory /” Typescript on file at Hudson’s Bay Company Archives, Provincial Archives of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. Simpson, Samuel L. - Explore mbm's board "Fur trade" on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Fur trade, Canadian history and Fur pins. In Octoberduring the War ofAstoria was purchased from the Pacific Fur Company by the North West Company for $40, giving them the long-desired coastal establishment.
Two months later, the British sloop-of-war Raccoon sailed up the coast and would have captured Astoria had it not already been in friendly hands. FROM CALIFORNIA TO OREGON: In the summer ofa party of about 16 men with numerous horses and mules left Monterey to journey from northern CALIFORNIA TO OREGON.
Hall J. KELLEY and Ewing YOUNG had met in San Diego and, by the time they made their way to the Bay area, planned to take a company to Oregon. Inhe assisted in landing the Expedition, under General Maitland, in Murcia. Inhe was employed in protecting the fisheries upon the coast of Labrador.
Inhe made the voyage to Hudson’s Bay, whereof the following pages contain his unaltered Narrative. Hudson's Bay; or, Every-day life in the wilds of North America, during six-years' residence in the territories of the Hon.
Hudson's Bay Co. (Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co., ), by R. Ballantyne (page images at HathiTrust) Famous Indian chiefs; their battles, treaties, sieges, and struggles with the whites for the possession of America. Sir Alexander Mackenzie, fur trader, explorer (born around near Stornoway, Scotland; died 12 March near Dunkeld, Scotland).Mackenzie was one of Canada’s greatest explorers.
In two epic journeys for the North West Company in andhe traversed the dense northern wilderness to reach the Arctic and Pacific first European to cross North America.
Given its many links: the War ofAmerican Expansionism, ethnography, Gabriel Franchère’s Relation d’un voyage à la côte du Nord-Ouest de l’Amérique septentrionale dans les années11, 12, 13 et 14 is a book that is difficult to overlook.
The Hudson's Bay Company began inand by the s it had expanded to the Pacific Northwest. John McLoughlin served as the head of the Hudson's Bay Company's Columbia district.
In this position, which McLoughlin held for twenty-one years, he oversaw the company's operations throughout the entire Pacific Northwest. British North America By Permission Dedicated To The Honble. Hudsons Bay Company; Containing the latest information which their documents furnish.
By their Obedient Servant J. Arrowsmith: Arrowsmith, John: Arrowsmith's British Possession in North America $ - $.
Hudsons Bay Company Adventures vividly relates the frequently violent early history of the iconic Canadian company and the characters who laboured for it. In doing so, the book brings to life the exciting history of Canadas oldest company with tales of warring fur-trade companies, astonishing journeys and incredible hardships and danger in the.Governor and company of adventurers of England trading into Hudson’s Bay during years, - – London, England: Hudson’s Bay Company, –(10) p., ill.
– a detailed history profusely illustrated with drawings and photographs of the Charter, tokens, paper money and maps associated with this historic Canadian firm.ENDNOTES. 4 Gordon Davidson, The North West Company (Berkeley: University of California Publications in History VII, ), passim.
5 Merk, Fur Trade and Empire, pp. 6 John Hussey, History of Fort Vancouver, pp 7 R. Harvey Fleming, ed., Minutes of the Council of Northern Department of Rupert LandHudson's Bay Company Series, Vol. III, (Toronto: Publications of .