Documents relating to the early history of Hudson Bay

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Statement[edited, with introd. and notes by J. B. Tyrrell]
SeriesPublications of the Champlain Society ;, 18.
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LC ClassificationsF1060.7 .T97 1968
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Paginationxix, 419 p.
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Open LibraryOL5619736M
LC Control Number68028606

Documents Relating to the Early History of Hudson Bay. Author: TYRRELL, J. (editor) Title: Documents Relating to the Early History of Hudson Bay Publication: Toronto: The Champlain Society, Description: Toronto: The Champlain Society, 8vo. Plates and maps. Original red cloth, gilt-lettered on spine, top edges gilt, others Rating: % positive.

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Toronto: The Champlain Society, Documents relating to the early history of Hudson Bay. Toronto, Ont.: Champlain Society, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Burr Tyrrell.

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Responsibility edited, with introduction and notes, by J. Tyrrell. being the first volume of the History of North America by M. de Bacqueville de la PotherieThe history of Hudson's Bay--containing an account of discovery and settlement, the. Documents relating to the early history of Hudson Bay.

Toronto: Champlain Society, "The history of Hudson's Bay, containing an account of discovery and settlement, the progress of it, and the present state of the Indians, trade, and everything else relating to it: Being the last chapter of volume I of The British empire in America, by.

Port Nelson is on Hudson Bay, in Manitoba, Canada, at the mouth of the Nelson peak population in the early 20th century was about 1, people but today it is a ghost town.

Immediately to the southsoutheast is the mouth of the Hayes River and the settlement of York that some books use 'Port Nelson' to mean the region around the mouths of the two rivers.

The fur trade records in the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives (HBCA) enable one to view the records that were created at the various trading posts. Those records that have been microfilmed are available through Interlibrary Loan. To find the records select the “Search” tab.

The HBCA Post Map shows the location of the post. This copy of Documents Relating to the Early History of Hudson Bay, by Joseph Burr Tyrrell, is a cloth, published by Champlain Society [ (Frontispiece, illus., facsimile, maps - some folding. Starting at covers.

Bookplate of Sir James Dunn. Bart., Q.C., LL.D., - ) Publications of the Champlain Society Volume : J. Tyrrell. Skip to Main Content (Press Enter) Sign in | Register Cart. The Hudson's Bay Company had the exclusive right to trade with First Nations in what is now British Columbia throughout most of the Nineteenth Century.

These maps provide a graphic view of the development of the Province from until the ’s when the company’s trading in its two B.C. colonies declined. Narrative III: Letters of La Potherie - describing the expedition to Fort Nelson on Hudson Bay in the extremity of America, the first French settlement in this vast region, the capture of Fort Nelson, the river St.

Lawrence, and the government of Quebec, of Three Rivers, and of Montreal from tobeing the first volume of the History of North America by M. de Bacqueville de la Potherie.

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Hudson’s Bay Company, corporation that occupies a prominent place in both the economic and the political history of Canada. It was incorporated in England on May 2,to seek a northwest passage to the Pacific, to occupy the lands adjacent to Hudson Bay, and to carry on commerce with those lands.

John Cabot (Italian: Giovanni Caboto [dʒoˈvanni kaˈbɔːto]; c. – c. ) was an Italian navigator and voyage to the coast of North America under the commission of Henry VII of England is the earliest known European exploration of coastal North America since the Norse visits to Vinland in the eleventh century.

To mark the celebration of the th anniversary of. Introduction: The struggle for York factory in Hudson BayJournal of Father Silvy from Belle Isle to Port NelsonLetter from Father Marest, missionary of the Company of Jesus, to Father de Lamberville of the Company of Jesus, overseer of the missions of CanadaLetters of La Potherie--describing the expedition to Fort Nelson on Hudson Bay.

The Hudson's Bay Company Archives has digitized reels of microfilm, encompassing o volumes of the pre records kept at almost five hundred Hudson's Bay Company posts. Find out more about Hudson's Bay Company Archives Microfilm Digitization.

For in-depth research needs, clients will be encouraged to hire a researcher. Hudson's Bay Company Coat of Arms. Courtesy Hudson's Bay Company Archives, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Map of Hudson's Bay Company territory with the United States below dotted line (lower left), s. By Jack McMaster, Courtesy Sasquatch Books. Sir George Simpson.

Painting by Stephen Pearce, Courtesy British Columbia Archives, Victoria, B. (No. The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC; French: Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson CBH) 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 Hudson Bay (Inuktitut: Kangiqsualuk ilua, French: baie d'Hudson) (sometimes called Hudson's Bay, usually historically) is a large body of saltwater in northeastern Canada with a surface area of 1, km 2 (, sq mi).

Although not geographically apparent, it is for climatic reasons considered to be a marginal sea of the Arctic drains a very large area, about 3, km 2.

Hudson’s Bay Company, chartered on May 2,is the oldest commercial corporation in North America and is one of the oldest in the world. In its early days, it was headquartered in London, England and controlled the fur trade throughout much of British-controlled North America for several centuries.

This is the third year in a row that freeze-up of Western Hudson Bay (WH) ice has come earlier than the average of 16 November documented in the s.

Reports by folks on the ground near Churchill confirm polar bears are starting to move onto the. Constitutional Documents Charter of Hudson's Bay, Rupert's Land Act,granting control of the company's territory to the Dominion of Canada Rupert's Land and North-Western Territory Order, order stating that the right of the HBC to.

As climate change advances the date of spring breakup in Hudson Bay, polar bears are coming ashore earlier. Since they would have lost some of their opportunities to hunt ringed seals from a sea ice platform, they may be deficient in energy.

Subadult polar bears appear to come ashore before more mature individuals and the earliest subadults are beginning to overlap the nesting period of the.

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A Hudson's Bay point blanket is a type of wool blanket traded by the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in British North America (now Canada) and the United States during the s and s. The company is named for the Hudson Bay and the blankets were typically traded to First Nations in exchange for beaver pelts.

The blankets continue to be sold by Canada's Hudson's Bay stores and have come to hold. To mark its th anniversary, inHudson's Bay Company commissioned both a feature-length film and an official history book. HBC purchased Educational Films, a production company, and hired cinematographer H.M.

Wyckoff to create a. The iconic Hudson's Bay point blanket has a complicated history with Indigenous people in Canada. These blankets first appeared in Canadian. Mention is also made of the grist mill at Meyers Falls. All this remained in the hands of the Hudson's Bay Company following American recognition of British possessory rights.

In the late s, the Hudson's Bay Company began building a new grist mill to replace the old one, which had been installed in and repaired numerous times.

Probably the first Jew in Canada was one who established himself in the Manitoba region, six years earlier than Esther Brandeau. From the records of the Hudson's Bay Company we learn that one, Ferdinande Jacobs, was engaged in London on Apto serve as an apprentice in the fur trade of the Hudson's Bay Territory.

Hudson’s Bay Company Archives – Name Indexes For examples of non-indexed records relating to employees and individuals and for a list of books and other resources relating to genealogy research, consult our Common Research Topics. this is particularly true for early fur trade employees.The Journal takes a look at Peter C.

Newman's new book The Company of Adventurers, a popular history of the Hudson Bay Company. (Original broadcast Oct. 28, ) John Work (c. – 22 December ) was a Chief Factor of the Hudson's Bay Company and head of one of the original founding families in Victoria, British joined the Hudson's Bay Company in and served in many capacities until his death inultimately becoming a member of the company's Board of Management for its Western Department.