Hudson's Bay Company - Forts and trading posts



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Anthony Henday enters the Blackfoot Camp, 1754

  • R-D346-D (10)
  • Item
  • 1754-1951

Illustration of Anthony Henday, a Hudson's Bay Company labourer, upon arrival at a Blackfoot camp in 1754.

Arbuckle, George Franklin, 1909-2001

Bradbrooke, C.A.

Major C.A. Bradbrooke, after service in South Africa, Aden and India, came to Canada and settled eventually at Kamsack, where he was active in a number of local organizations, the Yorkton militia unit, and was an officer in the Canadian Army overseas in World War I. His papers, which include diaries, correspondence, maps and photographs, relate to all of these aspects of his career.

Canada. Department of the Interior. Topographical Surveys Branch

  • R-183
  • File
  • 1880-1934

Dominion Lands Survey files of individual surveyors employed in the area which comprises Saskatchewan. File I.512 relates to Saskatchewan Valley Land Company. Includes information relating to origins of place names.

Fort Good Hope

Item is an image showing Roman Catholic mission/church and the Hudson's Bay Company post located at Fort Good Hope in the Northwest Territories.

Crean, Frank J.P. (Frank Joseph Patrick), 1875-1932

Fort Langley

  • R-D346-D (22)
  • Item
  • 1962

Item is an oblique aerial view of Fort Langley, British Columbia, which was established by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1827 and became a national historic park.

Hunter, George

Fort Pelly : An Historical Sketch

  • PI-81-14.3 (1)
  • Component
  • 1961

Item component is an article by J.F. Klaus that appears in volume 14, issue 3 of Saskatchewan History from page 81 to 97.

Klaus, J. F.

Fort Pelly Journal of Daily Occurrences 1863

Journal of Daily Occurrences for the 1863-1864 trading period at the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Pelly transcribed and prepared by W.H. Long and the Regina Archaeological Society. Publication includes a short history of Fort Pelly, biographical notes on people listed in the journal and transcriptions from a daily ledger.

Fort of Prince of Wales

  • R-D346-D (21)
  • Item
  • 1962

Item is an illustration of Fort Prince of Wales in Manitoba.

Hunter, George

Frank Crean fonds

  • BF 26
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1931

This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used by Frank Crean, primarily in his capacity as the leader of the New Northwest Exploration Expedition or by one of his assistants during the Expedition, William Caldwell in 1908 and Alfred Beale in 1909. Under the direction of the Department of the Interior, the Expedition was intended to evaluate the agricultural, forestry, and mining potential of north-western Saskatchewan and north-eastern Alberta. Between 1908 and 1909, the expedition made at least two trips to these regions.

The types of records included are correspondence with the Department of the Interior, a scrapbook (composed of newspaper clippings on exploration of the Canadian northwest), albums (containing photographs, primarily taken by Crean and documenting the New Northwest Exploration Expedition, with a small number from an apparent third expedition to north-eastern Alberta in 1910), and a copy of Crean's 1931 report entitled, 'The Winnipeg and English Rivers Prior to Power Development.'

No series assignment has been applied to the records described in this fonds.

Crean, Frank J.P. (Frank Joseph Patrick), 1875-1932

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