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The Laird of Fort William: William McGillivray and the North West Company
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High finance, wilderness adventures, violence, and questionable legal tactics all played important roles in the history of the North West Company. William McGillivray, head of the company from 1804 until 1821, was arguably the most powerful businessman in Canada…
Grey Owl: The Curious Life of Archie Belaney
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"He gave his extraordinary genius, his passionate sympathy, his bodily strength, his magnetic personal influence, even his very earnings to the service of animals..." - Lovat Dickson, publisher. This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested…
The Battle of Seven Oaks: And The Violent Birth Of The Red River Settlement
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For many Métis, the Battle of Seven Oaks is the historic moment when their people first stood up for their rights as a nation against England and the Hudson's Bay Company. This book chronicles the dramatic struggle between the North West company and the…
A People on the Move: The Métis Of The Western Plains
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The blossoming of Métis society and culture in the 19th century marked a fascinating and colourful era in western Canadian history. Drawing from journals and contemporary sources, Irene Ternier Gordon presents a vivid account of Métis life in the area…
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Sir Robert Borden

Irene Ternier Gordon

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|November 30, 2006

$19.95

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The Laird of Fort William: William McGillivray and the North West Company
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High finance, wilderness adventures, violence, and questionable legal tactics all played important roles in the history of the North West Company. William McGillivray, head of the company from 1804 until 1821, was arguably the most powerful businessman in Canada…
Grey Owl: The Curious Life of Archie Belaney
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"He gave his extraordinary genius, his passionate sympathy, his bodily strength, his magnetic personal influence, even his very earnings to the service of animals..." - Lovat Dickson, publisher. This book will be especially fascinating for all readers…
People of the Fur Trade: From Native Trappers to Chief Factors: From Native Trappers to Chief…
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The years from the fall of New France in 1763 to the amalgamation of the Hudson’s Bay Company and North West Company in 1821 were marked by fierce competition in the fur trade. Traders from the warring companies pushed west, undertaking incredible voyages in…
A People on the Move: The Métis of the Western Plains: The Métis of the Western Plains
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The blossoming of Métis society and culture in the 19th century marked a fascinating and colourful era in western Canadian history. Drawing from journals and contemporary sources, Irene Ternier Gordon presents a vivid account of Métis life in the area that is now…
Grey Owl: The Curious Life of Archie Belaney
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"He gave his extraordinary genius, his passionate sympathy, his bodily strength, his magnetic personal influence, even his very earnings to the service of animals..." - Lovat Dickson, publisher. This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested…