The Hudson's Bay Company as an Imperial Factor, 1821-1869
University of California Press, 1957 - 500 pagina's
Expansion, consolidation and decline of Company's fur trade, 1821-69; political implications. Includes facsimile of Arrowsmith map of 1832.
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