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Frank J. Tough

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Frank J. Tough
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Historical geographer.

He is an historical geographer with a keen interest in legal and economic history. He leads the Métis Archival Project Lab at the University of Alberta which he is dedicated to the digitization, compilation, and analysis of archival records relating to fur trade and Métis history. He is the author of the book “As Their Natural Resources Fail”: Native Peoples and the Economic History of Northern Manitoba, 1870-1930.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Economic Aspects of Aboriginal Title in Northern Manitoba: Treaty 5 Adhesions and Métis Scrip
Manitoba History, Number 15, Spring 1988

Review: Edith I. Burley, Servants of the Honourable Company: Work, Discipline, and Conflict in the Hudsons Bay Company, 1770-1879
Manitoba History, Number 37, Spring/Summer 1999

“The Storehouses of the Good God:” Aboriginal Peoples and Freshwater Fisheries in Manitoba
Manitoba History, Number 39, Spring/Summer 2000

“So much does one thing depend upon another here”: The Intersection of Labour and Mercantile Commerce in the Daily Journals of York Factory, 1870-1874
Prairie History, Number 4, Winter 2021

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