On the origin and progress of the North-West Company of Canada : with a history of the fur trade, as connected with that concern, and observations on the political importance of the company's intercourse with, and influence over the Indians or savage nations of the interior, and on the necessity of maintaining and supporting the system from which that influence arises, and by which only it can be preserved.

London : Printed by Cox, Son and Baylis, 1811.

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Creator Atcheson, Nathaniel, 1771-1825.
Title On the origin and progress of the North-West Company of Canada : with a history of the fur trade, as connected with that concern, and observations on the political importance of the company's intercourse with, and influence over the Indians or savage nations of the interior, and on the necessity of maintaining and supporting the system from which that influence arises, and by which only it can be preserved.
Pages 40
Published London : Printed by Cox, Son and Baylis, 1811.
Identifier 27875
Subject North West Company.
Fur trade.
Indians of North America -- Commerce.
Fourrures -- Commerce.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Commerce.
Notes Attributed to Nathaniel Atcheson--National Union Catalog pre-1956 imprints.
Title from title screen.
38 p. ; 23 cm.
Language English
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