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the mÉtis & the red river settlement Métis Conflict With the Hudson's Bay Company - In the Hudson's Bay Company gave Lord Selkirk a land grant of , acres centred on the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers in the Red River Valley to bring in Scottish settlers. The map from shown above illustrates the concession of some , square miles made by the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) to Thomas DOUGLAS, 5th Earl of Selkirk, in This territory, at the heart of which the Red River settlement was founded, now covers parts of Manitoba, and what are now the states of Minnesota and North Dakota. Indexes for Red River Settlement records. Index includes information taken from registers of baptisms, marriages and burials created by Anglican ministers who were appointed by HBC to serve as chaplains in the Red River Settlement and surrounding areas, including Norway House, York Factory, Churchill Factory, Brandon House and Pembina. Lord Selkirk was a Scottish nobleman who wished to settle displaced Highlanders, among others, on the fertile lands surrounding the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. The Red River Settlement – the first European agricultural colony in Western Canada – was established the following year.
Hudson's Bay Company Archives Hudson’s Bay Company Archives (HBCA), home to the archival records of Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), is part of the Archives of Manitoba operating under The Archives and Recordkeeping Act and gift agreement between HBC and the Government of . Extracts from registers of baptisms, marriages and burials in Rupert's Land sent to the Governor and Committee () Back to HBC Name Indexes. Name Index – Red River Settlement records – Extracts from registers of baptisms, marriages and burials in Rupert's Land sent to the Governor and Committee () Name. A clerk, recruiting agent, and administrator, Archibald M c DONALD assisted in the birth of the Red River colony and was soon faced with a situation that threatened the settlers’ security: “Archibald McDonald was enlisted in early by Lord Selkirk [ Douglas* ] to serve as clerk and agent for the Red River settlement. The Red River Settlement Hardcover – January 1, by Alexander Ross (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Author: Alexander Ross.
Red River In , the HBC Archives indicates that James SPENCE was “Gone to the Colony” (Red River Settlement). By , fewer than 50 of the families Lord SELKIRK had brought over still remained in the Red River area. Can [MB] Red River Settlement: HB [MB] Red River: Labourer Middleman: £17 pa. (5) his mark £5 pa. to be paid at RR to G. Sandison: A/21 fo Badger, William: Can [MB] Red River Settlement: HB Saskatchewan Dist. Middleman Labourer: £17 pa. (3) sig. to accompany the brigade of district to YF last year of contract: A/21 fo Red River Settlement. Selkirk's settlers first arrived at the Red River settlement in August The governor at this time was Miles Macdonell. Under the rule of Macdonell, the settlement had been attacked and destroyed by North West Company members. Due to this failure, Macdonell lost support. Get this from a library! Hudson's Bay and Red River Settlement: with a short account of the country, and the routes in [W Kernaghan; Great Britain. Foreign Office. Library,] -- A pamphlet hostile to the HBC monopoly, by one of the witnesses before the Parliamentary committee.