Notes of a twenty-five years' service in the Hudson's Bay Territory

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Document Record
Creator McLean, John fur trader
Title Notes of a twenty-five years' service in the Hudson's Bay Territory
Identifier P000225
Subject Pro Pelle Cutem--Hudson's Bay Company
Hudson Bay Region (Man.)--Description and travel
Hudson's Bay Company--Employees
1845
Notes print 2 vols (308p.; 328p.).; 21 cm.
Language English
Media Text
Contributor University of Alberta
Description Contains little information on the Prairie region since McLean spent most of his service on the Pacific slope and in Labrador, but it is an authentic record of HBC activities. Includes "Vocabulary of the principal Indian dialects in use among the tribes in the Hudson's Bay Territory" in vol. 2. <i></i>Published as <i>John McLean's notes of a twenty-five years' service in the Hudson's Bay Territory </i>, edited by William Stewart Wallace, Toronto: Champlain Society, 1932 (xxxvi, 402p.); reprinted, New York: Greenwood Press, 1968 (xxxvi, 402p.). Champlain edition limited to 550 copies, of which 500 numbered.
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