Peel 142: Garry, Nicholas, Diary of Nicholas Garry, deputy-governor of the Hudson's Bay Company from 1822-1835: A detailed narrative of his travels in the Northwest Territories of British North America in 1821 (1900)
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Peel 142

Garry, Nicholas (1782-1856) [info]; Garry, Francis N. A. (editor) [info]. Diary of Nicholas Garry, deputy-governor of the Hudson's Bay Company from 1822-1835: A detailed narrative of his travels in the Northwest Territories of British North America in 1821. s.l.: Royal Society of Canada, 1900.
Physical description: pp.73-204 illus., port.; 24 cm.
Language: English
Garry came to Canada to cement the union of NWC and HBC. He reached Red River by the eastern route and returned to England via Hudson Bay. He travelled with Simon McGillivray of NWC to the fur trading posts of both companies between Fort William, the Red River Settlement, and York Fort. Also published, edited by William James Noxon with added material, limited to 150 copies, Toronto: [Canadiana], 1973 (138p.).
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