Item iw-glen-166 - Hudson's Bay Company, Saskatchewan District correspondence

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Hudson's Bay Company, Saskatchewan District correspondence

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GLEN glen-1123-iw-glen-166

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55 letters (106 p.)

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  • The material is in English.

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Consists of correspondence of W.J. Christie, Chief Factor at Edmonton House (and immediate predecessor of Richard Hardisty), related to operations at the HBC posts of Carlton House, Fort Chipewyan, Cumberland House, Edmonton House, Fort Garry, Isle a la Crosse, Norway House, and York Factory. Also includes some correpondence with the Canadian Government, and about creating a Board of Health, the Canadian Pacific Railway, and Hugh Inkster.

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