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Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 4

Industrial and Agricultural Activities at Lower Fort Garry

by George Ingram


Primary Sources

Hudson's Bay Company Archives

Section A: Headquarters Records

A.11/95-8 London Inward Correspondence from H.B.C. Posts — Winnipeg, 1829-68

A.12/1-3 London Inward Correspondence from Governors of H.B.C. Territories — George Simpson, 1823-47

A.12/42, 44-5 London Inward Correspondence from Governors of H.B.C. Territories — William Mactavish, 1860-62, 1864-70

Section 8: Post Records

B.235/b Winnipeg: Correspondence Books, 1822-1909

B.235/c Winnipeg: Correspondence Inward, 1820-1923

B.235/z Winnipeg: Miscellaneous Items, 1818-1901

B.303/a Lower Fort Garry: Post Journal, 1868-74

B.303/d Lower Fort Garry: Account Books, 1843-1911

Section D: Governors' Papers

D.4/1-81 Governor George Simpson Correspondence Books Outward (General), 1821-60

D.5/1-52 Governor George Simpson Correspondence Inward, 1821-60

Manitoba. Public Archives

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