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"Indian Massacre at Bute Inlet!" British Columbian (New Westminster BC) May 14 1864"Way Out Here": History of Carcajou, Chinchaga, Keg River, Paddle Prairie, Twin Lakes1881 Census Victoria (Vic18)Akrigg, G. P. V. and Helen B. Akrigg. British Columbia Chronicle, 1778 1846: Adventurers by Sea and LandAllerston, Rosemary. Where the Beaulieus beganAthabaska A2 - page 5.mhtBig Island (NT) - HBC Post HistoryBurley, David G. Prophecy of the Swan: Ft. St John Journal and Fort St JohnCalverley, Dorthea. Samuel Black, the Unknown Explorer of the Finlay RiverCarlton House (Saskatchewan) (SK) HBC Post HistoryClark, W. Leland - The Place of the Metis within the Agricultural Economy of the Red River during the 1840's and 1850'sClarke, Augustus Peter Warren HBCClarke, Lawrence HBCClarke, Richard HBCClarke, Sedley Blanchard HBCClarke. J.J. Ernest, Interview Grande Prairie, June 1955Flett, Albert Lawrence Hester Interview Peace River, 1955Flora, Stephanie. The Oregon Territory Inhabitants Prior to 1839Flying Post (ON) - HBC Post HistoryFond du Lac (SK) - HBC Post HistoryFort A La Corne (SK) - HBC Post HistoryFort Chipewyan (AB) - HBC Post HistoryFort Garry, Upper (MB) - HBC Post HistoryFort Pelly (SK) - HBC Post HistoryFort Rae (NT) - HBC Post HistoryFort Resolution (NT) - HBC Post HistoryFort St. James - District Reports: Post Journal 1820 to 1821 (Part 1)Fort St. John (BC) HBC Post HistoryFort St. Mary's (AB) - HBC Post HistoryFort Vermilion (AB) - HBC Post HistoryFort Vermilion and District Bicentennial Association. Fort Vermilion: People In our Vast Trading North, 1788 to 1988Gallagher, B. A Re-Examination of Race, Class and Society in Red RiverGarbitt, Harry Interview, Moberly Lake 1955Ile-a-la-Crosse (SK) HBC Post HistoryLac La Ronge (SK) - HBC Post HistoryLesser Slave Lake (AB) - HBC Post HistoryMcKinley, Robert James & Clarke, Freda Alberta MRNain (LB) - HBC Post HistoryNicholson, John - HBCPrince Albert (SK) - HBC Post HistoryRed Rock (ON) - HBC Post HistoryRootsWeb.com Notes. John McKay (The Red McKay) (in a letter from Stanley Hulme)Shaw, Mr Reginald (Dudley) Interview Hudson's Hope 1955Spokane (WA) - HBC Post HistorySwan River (MB) - HBC Post HistoryWallace, J. N. The Wintering Partners on Peace River