Forty Years in the North-West

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Database ID24211
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections
Fonds/CollectionMorton Manuscripts Collection
File/Item ReferenceC550-1-24.1-TXT (Box 36)
Date of creation1920
Physical description/extent1 folder; 4 cm of textual material
Number of images319
Historical noteW.J. Carter was a carpenter in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan (NWT).
Scope and contentReminiscences of W.J. Carter on life in the early Canadian North-west. Includes a wealth of material on First Nations, the Northwest Resistance, Metis (French and English), and early European settlement in Saskatchewan and Alberta.
ContributerCarter, W.J. (author)
Copyright holderPublic domain
Copyright expiry datePublic domain
Other terms governing use and reproductionResponsibility regarding questions of copyright that may arise in the use of any images is assumed by the researcher.
Primary MediaTextual documents
Provenance Access PointMorton, A.S.
PlacePrince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Batoche, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 4
Treaty 6
Treaty 7
Cultural regionPlains
NamesClarke, Lawrence, 1832-1890 (HBC Factor, MLA)
Dumont, Gabriel, 1837-1906
Isbister, James, 1833-1915
Jackson, William Henry (Honore Jaxon), 1861-1952
McKay, Thomas, 1849-1924 (Mayor, MLA)
Riel, Louis, 1844-1885
Northwest Resistance -- Biographies
Northwest Resistance
Hudson's Bay Company
Indigenous Peoples General
Early European Settlers
Fur Trade
Date Range(s)1920-1929
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