Last edited by Jugis
Friday, April 24, 2020 | History

2 edition of The Hudson"s Bay Company"s monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River settlement, 1821-1850 found in the catalog.

The Hudson"s Bay Company"s monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River settlement, 1821-1850

  • 36 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by s.n. in Canada? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Commerce,
  • Fourrures,
  • Hudson"s Bay Company,
  • Fur trade,
  • Histoire,
  • Compagnie de la Baie d"Hudson,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Chester Martin
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 9-90409, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 9-90409
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (12 fr.)
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24974516M
    ISBN 100659904098
    OCLC/WorldCa150589668

      Hudson’s bay company & nwc 1. The charter granted the company a monopoly over the Indian Trade, especially the fur trade, in the region watered by all rivers and streams flowing into Hudson Bay in northern Canada, an area known as Rupert's Land after the first governor of the Company, Prince Rupert of the Rhine, a first cousin of. Debits include cash or goods advanced from the Hudson's Bay Company stores. A statement of profit or loss on the bills of the Northern Department is occasionally included. The statements are arranged alphabetically by servant with a nominal index preceding each volume. London Fur Trade Ledgers (y).   The early history of the Hudson's Bay Company comes alive in these true tales of fur-trade wars, incredible wilderness journeys, hardships and danger. Founded by the extraordinary adventurers and renegades Radisson and des Groseilliers, the HBC attracted many memorable characters. Explorer Henry Kelsey was the first European to see the buffalo 4/5(4). The Red River Colony was a colonization project set up in by Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk, on , square kilometres (, sq mi) of land. This land was granted to him by the Hudson's Bay Company, which is referred to as the Selkirk Concession. The establishment of Canada in the late 19th century led to the creation of what is today Manitoba, although much .


Share this book
You might also like
A Common Sense Guide to a Happy, Healthy, Long Life

A Common Sense Guide to a Happy, Healthy, Long Life

The Volga rises in Europe.

The Volga rises in Europe.

Mexico as theme, image, and contribution to myth in the poetry of Octavio Paz.

Mexico as theme, image, and contribution to myth in the poetry of Octavio Paz.

Thunderspire labyrinth

Thunderspire labyrinth

Priceless treasures

Priceless treasures

Guinness book of innovations

Guinness book of innovations

Eastern Europe (Library of Nations (Plb))

Eastern Europe (Library of Nations (Plb))

Mathematics attainment tests at Key stage 1

Mathematics attainment tests at Key stage 1

political foundation of law and the need for theory with practical value

political foundation of law and the need for theory with practical value

Grays anatomy.

Grays anatomy.

rural church in the Punjab

rural church in the Punjab

Catalogue of double stars from observations made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, with the 28-inch refractor, during the years 1893-1919, under the direction of Sir Frank Watson Dyson.

Catalogue of double stars from observations made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, with the 28-inch refractor, during the years 1893-1919, under the direction of Sir Frank Watson Dyson.

The Hudson"s Bay Company"s monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River settlement, 1821-1850 by Chester Martin Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Hudson's Bay Company's monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River Settlement, [Martin Chester ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published The Hudsons Bay Companys monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River settlement This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.

Excerpt from The Hudson's Bay Company's Monopoly of the Fur Trade at the Red River Settlement, The old directorate thus escaped the responsibility; the ofiicials at Hudson's Bay discovered with dismay that Selkirk's influence was paramount. The Hudson's Bay Company's monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River Settlement, by Martin, Chester, Pages: Full text of "The Hudson's Bay Company's monopoly of the fur trade at the Red River Settlement, " See other formats = 0") = CM P CO Martin, Chester Bailey The Jiudson's Bay GompaJiy's monopoifc' of the fur trawie at, mm''eKm''n''y^ffif!^^'^^firfi^psfSf!!ff^f^.

m i jimu hi F M3 3 THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S MONOPOLY OF THE FUR TRADE AT THE RED RIVER. Karamanski. Fur Trade and Exploration: Opening the Far Northwest, (Vancouver: UBC Press, date missing), p. This paper is based on research presented in Ken Coates, "Furs Along the YUkon: Hudson's Bay Company-Native Trade in the Yukon River Valley, " (MA Thesis, University of Manitoba, ).

The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the North-West, XY, and Astor Fur Companies Paperback – Decem by George Bryce (Author)Cited by: 6. Between andthe Red River settlement became a close knit community of Metis, country-born, Scottish colonists, Swiss mercenaries, and employees of the HBC Inthe population was evenly divided amongst Metis, country-born, and European settlers.

The year marked the bicentenary of the founding of the Red River settlement by Scotsman Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk.

The settlement was able, with great difficulty, to take root and grow until it became part of Canada. Inafter a turbulent transition, the colony became Manitoba, the fifth Canadian province. To counter the growing threat to the HBC monopoly posed by the illegal free trade in furs around Red River, the company initiated various schemes to reduce the excess population of the settlement.

In it organized a party of 23 families to emigrate to the Columbia River, hoping that, as settlers, they would strengthen British claims to the. It held a monopoly over trade in the region, and much information about the company is available online.

By the end of the 18th century, about three-quarters of the men working for the HBC had been recruited from the Orkney Islands, and so it is unsurprising that most of the Wisharts who were employed by the HBC were of Orcadian stock. The Red River Colony (or Selkirk Settlement) was a colonization project set up in by Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk, onsquare kilometres (, sq mi) of land was granted to him by the Hudson's Bay Company, which is referred to as the Selkirk Concession, which included the portions of Rupert's Land, or the watershed of Hudson Bay, Capital: Upper Fort Garry.

The North West Company did not recognize the monopoly claimed by the Hudson's Bay Company in Rupert's Land, and the Hudson's Bay Company had no way to enforce it. The North West Company's trade route began in Montreal and proceeded along the Ontario-Minnesota border waters to the Lake of the Woods, down the Winnipeg River to Lake Winnipeg.

Hudson’s Bay Company departs. The Red River Colony was founded in by Scottish settlers at the confluence of the Red River of the North and the Assiniboine River (on the location of modern-day downtown Winnipeg).After the colony was administered by the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) and populated mainly by Métis, most of whom were the descendants of.

The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the North-West, Xy, and Astor Fur Companies (Classic Reprint) [Bryce, George] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of /5(2). Hudson’s Bay Company, corporation that occupies a prominent place in both the economic and the political history of Canada. It was incorporated in England on May 2,to seek a northwest passage to the Pacific, to occupy the lands adjacent to Hudson Bay, and to carry on commerce with those lands.

The Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), chartered 2 Mayis the oldest incorporated joint-stock merchandising company in the English-speaking was a fur trading business for most of its history, a past that is entwined with the colonization of British North America and the development of Canada.

The company now owns and operates. Although the HBC maintained a monopoly on the fur trade during the early to midth century, there was competition from James Sinclair and Andrew McDermot (Dermott), independent traders in the Red River Colony. They shipped furs by the Red River Trails to Norman Kittson a buyer in the United d: 2 May ; years ago, London.

The early history of the Hudson's Bay Company comes alive in these true tales of fur-trade wars, incredible wilderness journeys, hardships and danger. Founded by the extraordinary adventurers and renegades Radisson and des Groseilliers, the HBC attracted many memorable characters. Explorer Henry Kelsey was the first European to see the buffalo herds.

About HBC Heritage. HBC Heritage is an internal department of Hudson’s Bay Company. We are committed to the preservation, education, and promotion of Hudson’s Bay Company’s history and the ongoing care and maintenance of the Company’s historical HBC Corporate Art, Artifact, Image, and Reference Collections.

Rupert's Land, or Prince Rupert's Land, was a territory in British North America comprising the Hudson Bay drainage basin, a territory in which a commercial monopoly was operated by the Hudson's Bay Company for years from to The area once known as Rupert's Land is now mainly a part of Canada, but a small portion is now in the United ical era: Age of Discovery.

Sources: Lloyd Keith, The North West Company’s Adventure to the Columbia: Reassessment of Financial Failure (Winnipeg: Centre for Rupert’s Land Studies, University of Winnipeg, ); David Lavender, Land of Giants: The Drive to the Pacific Northwest (New York: Doubleday & Company, ); Richard Somerset Mackie,Trading Beyond the Mountains: The British Fur Trade.

85 results for hudson bay company fur Save hudson bay company fur to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Unfollow hudson bay company fur. Fur Trader and Red River Settler Alexander Ross () Aboard the ship Countess of Darlington, year-old Alexander Ross sailed from his homeland of Scotland across the Atlantic, headed for.

A primary example of this is the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), which played a pivotal role in the making of BC as a British colony, and which is today a main corporate sponsor of the Winter Olympics. Corporations and Colonization Beginning in the s, state-licensed companies began to take control of colonial trade & markets.

The Trade is a grand, sprawling saga of the north-western fur trade in the first half of the nineteenth century. Historical drama shines through the narrative, but this is a novel not a text, and the focus is on vivid characters, on the harsh brutality that gives the plot grit, and on the complexity of the human relationships that mark the interplay of aboriginal communities and /5.

Enter a brief description of the site. Northwest United States (Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington) B Belle Vue Sheep Farm (San Juan) (WA).

Volume Two of Biographical Resources at the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives continues with the operations beyond and deals with the settlement in the Red River and the movement to the Pacific Northwest and the Pacific areas.

It also highlights other operations than the fur trade. Many of the employees were descendants of the fur trader. Hudson’s Bay Company, chartered on May 2,is the oldest commercial corporation in North America and is one of the oldest in the world.

In its early days, it was headquartered in London, England and controlled the fur trade throughout much of British-controlled North America for several centuries.

Community and Crisis at Red River Figure Driven from their homeland by poverty and loss of land, the Red River settlers found themselves caught up in similar issues in North America.

The HBC continued to trade in all the lands around the bay but increasingly it pushed into the Prairies in the late 18th and early 19th : John Douglas Belshaw. Hudson’s Bay Company Archives – HBC Fur Trade Post Map. Search our fur trade post maps to find the location of a Hudson’s Bay Company fur trade post.

Please note that only Hudson’s Bay Company fur trade posts appear in these maps because the map is based on the fur trade posts originally included in the Archives’ “Section B. Jean Morrison has written a fascinating and important book, full of drama and colourful historical figures.

Rare paintings, drawings, maps and archival photographs complement her impeccable research and lively text. Superior Rendezvous-Place encompasses the French predecessors of Fort William, Native Peoples of the time and the evolution of the fur trade, with an emphasis 5/5(2).

Hudson's Bay Company Officer's Quarters, Lower or Stone Fort, Red River, MB, Humphrey Lloyd Hime19th century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process 13 x 17 cm See more Norway House pins. - Explore skofdating's board "Red River Settlement/ 's Canada" on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Red river, American ancestry, First nations pins. Inthe northern participants merged under the name of the Hudson’s Bay Company, and for many decades this merged company continued to trade in furs.

Finally, in the s, under pressure from animal rights groups, the Hudson’s Bay Company, which in the twentieth century had become a large Canadian retailer, ended the fur component of. Free trade — the fight to end the Hudson’s Bay Company’s charter monopoly over trade in Red River by Bruce Cherney (part 1) Free trade has been a regular feature of news reports for the past few months, especially with the ongoing NAFTA renegotiations between the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Arthur Dobbs papers re the Hudson's Bay Copmany. -- Microfilmed (originally created ). -- Dobbs was a critic of the HBC who lobbied to have the Company's trade monopoly revoked, as he thought it was discouraging new exploration for the Northwest Passge.

-- Consists of papers re HBC, fur trade and search for the Northwest Passage. The Red River Trails were a network of ox cart routes connecting the Red River Colony (the "Selkirk Settlement") and Fort Garry in British North America with the head of navigation on the Mississippi River in the United States.

These trade routes ran from the location of present-day Winnipeg in the Canadian province of Manitoba across the Canada–United States border, and. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, the great fur-trading and later landholding and adminis trative company of Northwest Canada, incor porated It originated in the dissatisfac tion of two French Protestant employees of the French fur-trading monopoly at Quebec, Gro seilliers and Radisson, over its unwillingness to extend the trade to Hudson Bay.

- Explore ewald's board "Hudson's Bay Company" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Hudson bay, Fur trade and Canadian history pins. Jan 3, - Explore amsilva's board "Hudson Bay Outposts, etc." on Pinterest.

See more ideas about Hudson bay, Fur trade and Canadian history pins. The resulting ‘original six’ Hudson’s Bay Company department stores, in Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon and Winnipeg, are the living legacy of this period.

Diversification. The growth of retail spurred Hbc into a wide variety of commercial pursuits. Liquor, canned salmon, coffee, tea and tobacco were all lines that.With over illustrations, a detailed timeline of significant events, and a list of HBC Governors from to the present, Hudson’s Bay Company captures the influence and importance of the company in the development of Canada from the fur trade up to the modern retail era.

The HBC and NWC also had a monopoly on the fur trade in the area, and so furs were sold at very low prices (the trappers got low prices for their furs). Metis Identity: Before the events surrounding the Red River Settlement fromthe Metis had been hunters, traders and employees of the NWC.