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Building Fort Yukon, 1847-1848

  • R-D346-D (8)
  • Item
  • 1948 or earlier

Produced for the 1949 Hudson's Bay Company calendar, item is an illustration depicting the building of Fort Yukon between 1847 and 1848.

Phillips, Walter J.

Chief Trader McDonald Descending the Fraser, 1828

  • R-D346-D (3)
  • Item
  • ca. 1942

Item is a reproduction of an image originally created about 1942, as an illustration for the 1944 Hudson's Bay Company calendar that shows an 1828 view of the Hudson's Bay Company's chief trader Archibald McDonald and his party descending rapids on the Fraser River in an area above the present town of Yale, B.C.

Scott, Adam Sheriff, 1887-1980

Trading Ceremony at York Factory, 1780s

  • R-D346-D (14)
  • Item
  • 1948

Originally created in 1948 by Adam Sheriff Scott, item is an illustration produced for the 1956 Hudson's Bay Company calendar that shows a trading ceremony at York Factory in the 1780s. In the foreground of illustration is a procession of British officers, in scarlet, with the Red Ensign held on high while to the side are aboriginal traders and families.

Scott, Adam Sheriff, 1887-1980

Troops at Upper Fort Garry, 1846-1848

  • R-D346-D (5)
  • Item
  • ca. 1944

Item is an illustration produced for the 1946 Hudson's Bay Company calendar that commemorates the centennial of the arrival of British troops in Red River and depicts a captain of the 6th Regiment of Foot on a winter morning passing through the old gate of Upper Fort Garry (the old gate is also known as Governor's Gate, and currently located in downtown Winnipeg near the junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers). On the left side of the image are two of the buildings that were reserved for the Company and to the right a house reserved for the officers.

Scott, Adam Sheriff, 1887-1980

Within the Stockade, York Factory

  • S-B739
  • Item
  • ca. 1880

Item is an image showing a pre-1880 view of Hudson's Bay Company post at York Factory.

Image taken from Morton's Historical Geography (Vol. VI, p. 50b).