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UAA-1975-077
UAA-1975-077 · Accession · [196-?]
Parte de Provincial Archives of Alberta fonds

Accession consists of a booklet from the Intrafraternity Council titled "Fraternities at the U of A" and photographs of University of Alberta residences, including Rutherford House with a Delta Upsilon symbol, Pembina Hall, Athabaska Hall, and Assiniboia Hall.

FC 3213 L55 019.059 · Unidad documental simple · February 19, 1847
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Red River Settlement

From: Anne Alsop, London

To: Reverend John Smithurst

Details: 4pp

Delivery: Sent to Missionary House, 14 Salisbury Sq., Fleet Street, London

Notes: The letter talks about the events, situations, and friends they know in England.

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FC 3213 L55 019.065 · Unidad documental simple · May 22, 1849
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Red River Settlement

From: Alexander Christie, Lower Fort Garry

To: Mrs. Jeny Hickenburger ; Reverend John Smithurst

Details: 2pp

Notes: A pair of letters both written on the same day concerning the same matter. The first is written to "Mrs. Jenny Hickenburger" and the other to Reverend Smithurst regarding the death of Jenny Hickenburger's father. The letter requests that she attends Christie's office to sign the necessary paperwork for her to inherit her father's money. The letter to Smithurst requests his assistance in ensuring that his cousin does not redeem her HBC stock and instead accepts £9 per year as income.

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FC 3213 L55 019.067 · Unidad documental simple · September 25, 1849
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Red River Settlement

From: James Hunter, Norway House

To: Reverend John Smithurst

Details: 3pp

Notes: Hunter goes into detail about the visit of the Bishop of Prince Rupert’s Land. 
He also writes of matters of business regarding food supplies for the winter, the price of freight from Red River to Norway House and the construction of the Church.

FC 3213 L55 019.070 · Unidad documental simple · March 8, 1851
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Red River Settlement

From: Reverend Abraham Cowley, Partridge Crop

To: Reverend John Smithurst

Details: 3pp

Notes: Partridge Crop was a missionary outpost on the northern reaches of Lake Manitoba, and was later renamed Fairford in 1851 by Bishop Anderson.

The outpost was on the left bank of the Partridge Crop River and was established by McNap for Winter trading with the Indigenous people. The lengthy letter from Cowley mentions topics such as the recent arrival of the bishop, his meeting of confirmation candidates and inspecting the school.

This letter would have travelled by canoe down Lake Winnipeg to the Red River.

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FC 3213 L55 019.069 · Unidad documental simple · February 14, 1851
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Red River Settlement

From: Duncan Finlayson, Hudson's Bay House, Lachine

To: Reverend John Smithurst

Details: 2pp

Notes: In the letter, Duncan Finlayson advises John Smithurst of the subscription cost of two papers and the possible cost even if Smithurst thought he stopped the subscription.

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FC 3213 L55 019.072 · Unidad documental simple · January 29, 1852
Parte de Life, Events, and Players in the North-West

Place: Salisbury Street, Ireland

From: John Chapman, Missionary at Middle Church

To: Reverend John Smithurst, 18 Salisbury Street, Ireland

Details: 2pp

Notes: Chapman thanks Smithurst for newspapers and of his letter detailing his route to New York. He also discusses the status of the congregation and the building of a new church.

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Fur Trade Collection
FC 3207 F85 · Colección · 1666 - 1871

This archival collection is composed of textual and graphic materials related to the Hudson's Bay Company, the fur trade in Canada, and early European settlement in Canada. The collection includes correspondence between high-ranking employees at Hudson's Bay Company fur trade posts, personal correspondence between settlers or Hudson's Bay Company employees and their families, and Hudson's Bay Company reports, proclamations, contracts, and others records. The involvement of Indigenous peoples in the Canadian fur trade is also described throughout this collection. With a few exceptions, most items within the collection were created during the early- to mid-1800s.