Call #: MSS C550/1/27.1 (3 copies)
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: From the diary of a Hudson's Bay Company's clerk in the seventies. 192-?
Description: 95 pages.
Notes: A series of anecdotes pertaining to Beatty's appointment as a clerk at several Hudson's Bay Company posts and forts, a winter's trapping, steamboating for the Hudson's Bay Company, the life of Ne-gua-nan-I-sew, the Riel Resistance of 1885, Almighty Voice, Indian spiritualism and the arrival of the first railway engineer in the Carrot River Valley.
Morton Manuscript Collection, Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
History: Reginald Beatty was not only a clerk of the Hudson's Bay Company, but also the first settler in the Melfort district.
Subject: Hudson's Bay Company - Forts
Fort Carlton, Saskatchewan
Northwest Rebellion, 1885
Kitchi-Manito-Waya (Almighty Voice)
Native people - Western Canada - Customs and beliefs
Other Author: Beatty, Reginald

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