File A/D/20/S2/K - Correspondence inward

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Correspondence inward

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A/D/20/S2/K

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  • 1891-1893 (Creation)

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1 cm of textual records (25 pages)

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File contains correspondence addressed inward to William Edward Traill, Chief Trader in charge of district at Fort St. James, between 1891-1893. The correspondence comes from Victoria, Babine Portage, and Stuarts Lake. There are 7 letters. Some correspondences discusses moving responsibility for Babine Post under the responsibility of Fort Simpson District as a sub-post of Hazelton and closing Little Bears Lake (also known as Connolly's Lake) and moving goods to Stuarts Lake.

Authors of the letters include A.C. Murray, J. MacDonald, and R.H. Hall.

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Records digitized in 2020.
Transcripts begin on page 29 of the PDF.

  • Typed transcripts of the letters are available in file A/C/20/S2/K/A. The cover letter indicates that the original letters were owned and made available for transcription by T.R. McCloy and were transcribed by C.E. Brown.

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Archives code(s): A/D/20/S2/K; A/D/20/S2/K/A

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