1 edition of An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson"s Bay in the North-West part of America. -- found in the catalog.
An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson"s Bay in the North-West part of America. --
Facsimile reprint of 1744 ed., published by J. Robinson, London.
|LC Classifications||FC3205.1 .D62 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
Dobbs, Arthur. An Account of the Countries Adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the North-west Part of America. London, Ellis, Henry. A Voyage to Hudson's Bay. London: Whitridge, Fidler, Peter. "Journal of a Journey with the Chepawyans or Northern Indians, to the Slave Lake." Journals of Samuel Hearne and Philip Turnor. Ed. J. B. the Hudson's bay & the north west company merge in
In , The North West Company was merged with the Hudson’s Bay Company, consolidating the HBC's monopoly & control of the fur trade in 'British N. America'. By this time, the HBC was the main colonial power in the Northwest Coast. Full text of "Hudson's bay; or, Every-day life in the wilds of North America: Etc." See other formats.
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 Cited by: 6. Out of the combinations of these Montreal merchants grew the North West Company, which was to be the chief rival of the older company. The Hudson's Bay men were stirred out of their lethargy: Samuel Hearne founded Cumberland House on the Saskatchewan River in , and thereafter the Hudson's Bay Company took a greater interest in the West.
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Shewing the Benefit to Be Made by Settling Colonies, and Opening a Trade in These Parts; Whereby the French Will Be Deprived in A GAuthor: Arthur Dobbs. An Account of the Countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the North-West Part of America. by DOBBS, Arthur () COVID Update May 4, Biblio is open and shipping : DOBBS, Arthur ().
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An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay in the north-west part of America. [Arthur Dobbs] -- Reprint of edition. Dobbs urged the riches of Hudson Bay and the probability of a Northwest Passage in his opposition to the.
An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the north-west part of America: containing a description --by Dobbs, Arthur, cn; Middleton, Christopher, d. cn; Fuentes, Bartolomé de, 17th cent. An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay: in the north-west part of America: With an abstract of Captain Middleton's Journal, and observations upon his behaviour By Arthur Dobbs, Esq.
Lot Dobbs, Arthur, An Account of the Countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the North-West Part of America: Containing a description of their Lakes and Rivers, the nature of the Soil and Climates, and their Methods of Commerce, &c.
Shewing the Benefit to be made by settling Colonies, and opening a Trade in these Parts, London, Printed for J. Robinson, In An Account Of the Countries adjoining to Hudson’s Bay, in the North-west Part of America (London, ), Arthur Dobbs had reprinted, nearly in full, the de Fonte letter, pp.
–8, followed by his own commentary on it, pp. – Page - DOBBS, ARTHUR. An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the north-west part of America; containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, &c.Reviews: 1.
The Impact of Hudson’s Bay Company and the North West Company on First Nations. First Nations and the fur traders were partners during the initial stages of the fur trade—First Nations were the guides for the European fur traders, and also provided food to the fur forts.
An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay in the north-west part of America / Republished under the auspices of: Social Science Research Council [and others].
FC D62 Un voyageur des pays d'en haut / par l'abbe G. Dugas. The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC; French: Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson) is a Canadian retail business group. A fur trading business for much of its existence, HBC now owns and operates retail stores in Canada and the United States.
The company sold most of its European operations by August and its remaining stores, in the Netherlands, were closed by the end of Founded: 2 May ; years ago, London, England. An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's bay, in the north-west part of America containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, &c.
shewing the benefit to be made by settling colonies, and opening a trade in these parts: whereby the French will be deprived in a great measure of their traffick in furs, and the. "An Account of the Countries adjoining to Hudson Bay" by Arthur Dobbs, Esq., is a book published in the year after, and is really a book of note.
A quarto, consisting of upwards of pages, it showed a marvellous knowledge of colonization in America, of the interior of the continent at that time, and incidentally deals with Captain Middleton.
For the purposes of this study, an attempt will be made to examine the dialectical relationship between legal power and social control using the Hudson's Bay Company's monolithic jurisdiction over a large part of North America.
The period under study is from the Company's chartering in untilwhen a new regulatory act was passed. 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. the Hudson Bay, and the Hudson's Bay Company continued to expand its empire, erecting trading posts along major rivers flowing into the Bay, and then later expanded inland.
Inthe London based Hudson's Bay Company absorbed the North West Company, and the British Parliament expanded the company's monopoly rights to include the North West Territories. 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 oldest company in North America is Hudson’s Bay Company, established by Royal Charter in and still in operation today.
HBC, or “The Bay”, is responsible for a large part of the settlement of western Canada, and was one of the primary investors in both a cross-country railroad and the expansion of the Northwest Mounted Police.
An account of the countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay, in the north-west part of America [electronic resource]: containing a description of their lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and climates, and their methods of commerce, &c., shewing the benefit to be made by settling colonies, and opening a trade in these parts, whereby the French.
The Fur Trade the fur trade has a significant impact on first nations in north America. most first nations became largely involved in the fur trade that it disrupted there way of life.
with the competition between the north west company and HBC it infested the first nations land.View Hudson’s Bay History from AA 1Hudson’s Bay History Questions 1.
Name the two Frenchmen who started the fur trade north and west of the Great Lakes. What was the obstacle they.Hudson Bay, inland sea indenting east-central Canada.
With an area ofsquare miles (, square km), it is bounded by Nunavut territory (north and west), Manitoba and Ontario (south), and Quebec (east). It is connected with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson Strait (northeast) and with.