Records and correspondence
Early works to 1800
|提及的人：||Pierre Esprit Radisson; Anthony Hendry; Matthew Cocking; Thomas Douglas Selkirk, Earl of; Peter Skene Ogden; Alexander Ross; Simon McGillivray; William Strachey; Robert Campbell; Charcoal; James Wilson|
Agnes C Laut; Hudson's Bay Company. Archives.; Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library); Newberry Library.
|注意：||Laut's 1905 rough copy of an original ms. map in Peter Skene Ogden's 1828-1829 Snake River expedition journal has been removed from v. 10, and catalogued separately as Ayer MS 496 v. 10 map.
Vols. 1-12 half-bound in black leather and marbled paper boards; top edges gilt; varying gold-stamped spine titles; "Laut transcripts" at base of spine; v. 13-17 in gray cardboard covers, with blue cloth spines.
Forms part of the Edward E. Ayer Manuscript Collection (Newberry Library).
|描述：||17 v. ; 34 cm.|
Hudson's Bay records transcribed include entries of 1671-1821 from Company minute books (v. 1-3); Company stock and ledger books of 1667-1791 (v. 5); and documents concerning the Hudson's Bay Company and the Northwest Company, 1818-1819 (v. 9). Travel literature related to the Hudson's Bay Company and exploration of Canada include accounts by Peter Esprit Radisson of his experiences among the North American Indians between 1652 and 1684, published by the Prince Society in 1885 (v. 4); accounts of 1754-1755 by fur trader Anthony Hendry, and 1772-1773 by Matthew Cocking (v. 6); various descriptions of explorations in Snake country by Peter Skene Ogden and Alexander Ross between 1824-1831 (v. 10), and Francis N. Humain's Journal of a voyage from Ft. George, Columbia River, to Fraser River, 1824-1825 (v. 10). Vol. 7 contains papers of the Earl of Selkirk from 1812-1824 concerning Red River Settlement, Indian relations, fur trade, and the war in America; and v. 8 contains letters of Colin Robertson from 1815-1821. Explorations by Simon McGillivray to the Northwest Territory, to Fort Simpson in 1840, and Fort Nepowiwin in 1850 are documented in v. 12. Documents dealing with exploration and settlement of Virginia include the first book of William Strachey's Historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia in v. 11, and Journal and relation of a new discovery in West Virginia (v. 13). Vols. 14-16 concern the shooting of an Army officer, Sgt. Wylde, by the Kainah Indian, "Charcoal", on the Blood Reserve, in Alberta, Canada in 1896, and include an extract from the 1897 report on the killing by Indian agent, James Wilson. Vol. 17 is Robert Campbell's Discovery and exploration of the Youcon (Pelly) River.
- Hudson's Bay Company -- Records and correspondence.
- North West Company.
- Northwest, Canadian -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
- Northwest, Canadian -- Description and travel -- Early works to 1800.
- Fur trade -- Canada -- History.
- Fur traders -- Canada.
- Indians of North America -- Canada.
- Virginia -- Discovery and exploration -- Early works to 1800.
- Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
- Pelly River (Yukon) -- Discovery and exploration.
- Yukon River and Valley -- Discovery and exploration.
- Voyages and travels.
- Radisson, Pierre Esprit, -- approximately 1636-1710 -- Travel.
- Hendry, Anthony, -- active 1748-1755 -- Travel.
- Cocking, Matthew, -- -1799 -- Travel.
- Selkirk, Thomas Douglas, -- Earl of, -- 1771-1820.
- Ogden, Peter Skene, -- 1790-1854 -- Travel.
- Ross, Alexander, -- 1783-1856 -- Travel.
- McGillivray, Simon -- Travel.
- Strachey, William, -- 1572?-1621 -- Travel.
- Campbell, Robert, -- 1808-1894 -- Travel.
- Charcoal, -- 1856-1896.
- Wilson, James, -- active 1893-1903.