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Did Palliser Visit Saskatchewan in 1848?

  • PI-81-16.1 (2)
  • Component
  • 1963

Item component is an article by Irene M. Spry that appears in volume 16, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History from page 22 to 26.

Spry, Irene M.

Kelsey's Journal of 1691 Reconsidered

  • PI-81-37.1 (2)
  • Component
  • 1984

Item component is an article by Alan Ronaghan that appears in volume 37, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History beginning on page 25.

Ronaghan, Allen

Sections of David Thompson's map

  • R-A6642
  • Item
  • 1897 or after

Items are images showing sections of one of David Thompson's maps appearing in volume 3 of E. Coue's Henry-Thompson journals. Images show the portion depicting: (1) area near the Pacific Ocean (approximately W 123 degrees - W 120 degrees/N 51 degrees 10 minutes - N 49 degrees 30 minutes); and (2) areas labelled as Nelson and Duncan Mountains and western portions of Red Deer and Bow Rivers (approximately W 117 degrees - W 113 degrees/N 52 degrees-N 49 degrees 50 minutes).

Sketched Map

  • S-B733
  • Item
  • ca. 1801

Photograph of a roughly sketched map of an area between Rocky Mountains and Hudson Bay, possibly of Duncan McGillivray's 1801 journey across the rockies.

Title supplied from content.; More information on back of photograph .; Original map held by the Royal Colonial Institute.

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