The Fur Trade in Canada

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  • 1. The Fur Trade inC A N A D A
  • 2. First Company fort of North West Company - 1672
  • 3. North West Company house onVaudreuil Street, Montreal – 1770s
  • 4. Hudson Bay Company - 1800
  • 5. Northwest Company in 1801
  • 6. Northwest Company established a fur trading post in 1804
  • 7. Hudsons Bay Company General Store – (1853 – 1936)
  • 8. Hudson Bay Companys S.S. "Beaver" between 1863 and 1866
  • 9. Hudsons Bay Company building inside Fort Edmonton, N.W.T. – (December, 1871)
  • 10. View of the Hudsons Bay Company Fort Edmonton, N.W.T. from the south side of the river - 1871
  • 11. Hudsons Bay Company in Fort Carleton, N.W.T. 1871
  • 12. Hudson Bay Companys S.S. "Otter“ 1880 – Vancouver, B.C
  • 13. Drug Hall and the Hudsons Bay Company store Ca.1890
  • 14. 600 block of Granville Street including the Hudsons Bay Company store – ca.1890
  • 15. Hudsons Bay Company store – ca.1893
  • 16. 600 block of Granville Street including the Hudsons Bay Company store – ca.1893
  • 17. Hudsons Bay Company warehouse atWater Street, Cordova Street and Richards Street - 1895
  • 18. Hudsons Bay Company building at Georgia and Granville Streets 1898 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 19. Hudson Bay Company post, Moose Factor August 10, 1905
  • 20. Granville Street looking north from Georgia Street Hudsons Bay Company store - 1921
  • 21. Fort Norman, trading store - Hudson Bay Company. 1921
  • 22. Hudson Bay Post - Chipewyan. 1922
  • 23. Hudson Bay Company Delivery Truck 1925
  • 24. Hudson Bay Company floatsJuly 1, 1925 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 25. Hudsons Bay Company store and wireless station on right. 1926
  • 26. The Hudson Bay Company steamer "Baychimo“ ca. 1930 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 27. Hudsons Bay Companys paddle-wheeled steamer S.S. "Distributor“ – 1930s
  • 28. Hudson Bay Company Delivery Truck 1931
  • 29. Hudsons Bay Company store at 674 Granville Street Oct. 8, 1931 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 30. Hudsons Bay Company store at 674 Granville Street Oct. 8, 1931 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 31. Hudsons Bay Company display atCanadian Pacific Exhibition - 1934 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 32. Hudson Bay Company Employees Oct. 29, 1935
  • 33. Hudson Bay Company Post – ca. 1938
  • 34. View of Hudson Bay Company post from the river ca. 1938 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 35. Hudson Bay Company Nurse’s Office (1943)
  • 36. Hudson Bay Company Postat Fort Langley – 1943 Vancouver, B.C
  • 37. Hudson Bay Company Chairs (1944)
  • 38. Hudsons Bay Company trucks and employees 1944
  • 39. Hudson Bay CompanyBoy’s Furnishing Department (1946)
  • 40. Jubilee Parade Hudson Bay Company (Nanaimo) floats July 1, 1946 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 41. Looking west along] Georgia Street from the Hudson Bay [store building - Aug. 26, 1946
  • 42. Hudsons Bay Co., new uptown store, Yellowknife 1953
  • 43. H.B.Co. Nonsuch July 14, 1972
  • 44. Hudson Bay Company Arcade - 1983
  • 45. Hudson Bay Company delivery wagon Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 46. The North West Coal and Navigation Companys steamship.
  • 47. Hudsons Bay Company
  • 48. Hudsons Bay Company on the northeast corner of Georgia Street and Granville Street - 1936 Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 49. The Hudsons Bay Companys M.S. "Baymaud" Vancouver (B.C.)
  • 50. Hudson Bay Company - Calgary
  • 51. Hudson Bay Company
  • 52. Hudsons Bay Companythree miles east of the Frobisher Bay site