The founding of Churchill, being the journal of Captain James Knight, governor-in-chief in Hudson bay, from the 14th of July to the 13th of September, 1717; edited, with a historical introduction and notes, by James F. Kenney. With 5 illustrations.

; Kenney, James F. (James Francis), 1884-1946
Toronto [etc.] J.M. Dent and sons ltd. [1932] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
F1060.7 .K69 Off-site
Other Authors Kenney, James F. 1884-1946.
Subjects Churchill (Man.)
Hudson Bay -- History -- Sources.
Hudson's Bay Company.
Description x, 213, [1] p. front. (plan) 1 illus., pl., map, facsim. 20 cm.
Notes Printed in Great Britain.
"The journal here published forms the latter part of Captain James Knight's York fort journal for the year 1716-17 ... The original ... is preserved among the archives of Hudson's bay house, London ... "--p. 110.
Contents The discovery of Churchill.--The first establishment of the Hudson's bay company at Churchill.--Captain James Knight.--The second founding of Churchill.--The fate of Captain Knight.--The later history of Churchill.--The journal.--Bibliography (p. 191-199)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)05200297
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