3 edition of Report of the second Hudson"s Bay expedition under the command of Lieut. A.R. Gordon, R.N. 1885 found in the catalog.
Report of the second Hudson"s Bay expedition under the command of Lieut. A.R. Gordon, R.N. 1885
A. R. Gordon
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 32302|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (71 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||71|
Hudson Bay is the second largest bay in the world. Teeming with wildlife, a plethora of species call this magnificent region home. Located in Manitoba, Canada, Hudson bay is an excellent place to see marine life, mammals and hundreds of species of birds. Known as an active wildlife corridor, tourists travel to this scenic and remote area [ ]. Named for the Dutch explorer Henry Hudson who explored these waters in , it is the second-largest bay on the planet, next to the Bay of Bengal. Shallow, with an average depth near m ( ft), the bay is approximately 1, km ( mi) long and 1, km ( mi) wide.
OTTAWA, Ontario, Feb. Lieut. Gordon gives a detailed report of the steamer Neptune's trip up Hudson's Bay. He is of the opinion that navigation of the bay and straits will be found practicable. Canadian retail value is $75 and book dimensions are 9½ x 11½” / 24 x 29 cm. Book also available online at About The Bay: Hudson’s Bay Company was incorporated in by a British royal charter under King Charles II.
the Hudson's Bay Company also help to illuminate those mercan-tile pressure groups working against monopolies in the mid-eighteenth century, and reveal something of the friction at home which accompanied the steady expansion of British commerce overseas. The Hudson's Bay Company was born in a flurry of charter-granting in Charles II's reign. Between and , the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) produced a calendar annually and distributed it free of charge through its department stores, various administrative offices and trading the amount produced each year varied and averaged about one hundred thousand. These calendars now represent important Canadian history ephemera and are rare, especially with complete .
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Gordon, R.N., n.p. [ Bound with:] Report of the Hudson's Bay Expedition of under the Command of Lieut. King Charles II of England grants a permanent charter to the Hudson’s Bay Company, made up of the group of French explorers who opened the. Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Marine Steamer Corwin in the Arctic Ocean in the Year Report of the Second Hudson's Bay Expedition Under the Command of Lieut.
Gordon, R.N. GORDON, Andrew R. The Polar Regions: A Political Geography. CHATURVEDI, Sanjay. Pp. 2, 8, Report of the second Hudson’s Bay expedition under the command of Lieut.
A.R. Gordon, R.N. A. Gordon, Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, Bruce B. Gordon Family Archives. 2, 8, Report of the Hudson’s Bay expedition ofunder the command of Lieut. Melville was chief engineer on the Thetis and involved in the rescue of Greely from Cape Sabine.
Dictionary of American Fighting Ships, vol. 3 (Washington, DC: Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Naval History Division, ), s.v. The Hudson’s Bay Company’s Steam Ship Beaver John McKay, $ The story of the “Beaver”, the first steam powered vessel to challenge the remote, largely uncharted coast of the Pacific northwest coast of North America.
A combination of technical manual and historical text, this book will appeal to modelers and history buffs. A Dominion Government Meteorological Station was established at Port Burwell during an voyage led by Commander Andrew R. Gordon, R.N., a retired Naval Officer, and assistant director of the Dominion Meteorological Service.
Gordon named it in honor of one of the expedition's meteorological observers, Herbert M. Burwell of London, Ontario. Burwell was left in charge of Observing Station No. Hudson Bay, inland sea indenting east-central Canada. With an area ofsquare miles (, square km), it is bounded by Nunavut territory (north and west), Manitoba and Ontario (south), and Quebec (east).
It is connected with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson Strait (northeast) and with. Australian native police units, consisting of Aboriginal troopers under the command usually of a single white officer, existed in various forms in all Australian mainland colonies during the nineteenth and, in some cases, into the twentieth centuries.
The Native Police were utilised as a cost-effective and brutal paramilitary instrument in the expansion and protection of the British colonial.
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Gordon, R.N., ([Ottawa, ]), also by Canada. Dept. of Marine and Andrew R. Gordon. Hudson's Bay Company PDF Although a late arrival to the Oregon Country fur trade, for nearly two decades in the early nineteenth century the British Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) dominated the region’s social, economic, and political life while ensuring profit to its shareholders.
Hudson’s Bay Company, corporation that occupies a prominent place in both the economic and the political history of Canada. It was incorporated in England on May 2,to seek a northwest passage to the Pacific, to occupy the lands adjacent to Hudson Bay, and to carry on commerce with those lands.
Channel: Anglo Boer War - Anglo Boer War - Recent Topics - Boer War Forum. Henry Hudson's four expeditions took place between and Hudson reached as far north as 1, kilometers from the north pole. Hudson's final expedition lasted from April, to June ofwhen his mutinous crew set him adrift in a small boat.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: The Central Eskimo Sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution,Government Printing Office, Washington,pages.
The Hudson's Bay Company in Montana. The Hudson's Bay Company was founded May 2,by charter from the British crown. The regal charter granted the Company absolute proprietorship, supreme jurisdiction in all civil and military affairs, the power to make and interpret laws, and even the power to declare war against "pagan" peoples.As a result of Gordon’s report, several stations were authorized and opened within two years.
They appeared under the following titles: Report of the Hudson’s Bay expedition, under the command of Lieut. A. R. Gordon, R.N., () (Annual report, –84, app); Report of the second Hudson’s Bay expedition.
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