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Illustrations of the Selkirk Settlers, Part 1

Manitoba Pageant, Autumn 1967, Volume 13, Number 1

This article was published originally in Manitoba Pageant by the Manitoba Historical Society on the above date. We make it available here as a free, public service.

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Arrival at York Fort Anchorage in Hudson Bay, August 17, 1821, after a voyage of 79 days.

Departure of the second colonist transport from York Fort to Rockfort, September 6, 1821.

Arrival at Norway House on the Great Lake Winipesi, October 14 and departure thence, October 16, 1821.

Shipwreck and halt on the Great Winipesi Lake, October 23, 1821.

The Governor of Red River, Hudson's Bay voyaging in a light canoe, 1824.

Types of Lord Selkirk's Settlers in 1822.

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