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Documents Relating to the Early History of Hudson Bay
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edited by Joseph Burr Tyrell, fl. 1931, in The Publications of the Champlain Society, v.18 (1931) (Toronto, ON: Champlain Society, 1931), 419 page(s)
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edited by Joseph Burr Tyrell, fl. 1931, in The Publications of the Champlain Society, v.18 (1931) (Toronto, ON: Champlain Society, 1931), 419 page(s)
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Chapter XIV: Hunger
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(1919); in Rebels: Into Anarchy and Out Again (New York, NY: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1919), 256-273
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(1919); in Rebels: Into Anarchy and Out Again (New York, NY: Dodd, Mead, and Company, 1919), 256-273
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Diary of Sally Wister, November, 1777
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written by Sarah Wister, 1761-1804 (1777); edited by Albert Cook Myers; in Sally Wister's Journal: A True Narrative Being a Quaker Maiden's Account of Her Experiences with Officers of the Continental Army, 1777-1778 (Philadelphia, PA: Ferris and Leach Publishers, 1902), 77-82
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written by Sarah Wister, 1761-1804 (1777); edited by Albert Cook Myers; in Sally Wister's Journal: A True Narrative Being a Quaker Maiden's Account of Her Experiences with Officers of the Continental Army, 1777-1778 (Philadelphia, PA: Ferris and Leach Publishers, 1902), 77-82
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Chapter Three: Maquinna
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written by Michael P. Robinson, fl. 1973-2005; in Sea Otter Chiefs (Calgary, AB: Bayeux Arts, 1996), 35-63
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written by Michael P. Robinson, fl. 1973-2005; in Sea Otter Chiefs (Calgary, AB: Bayeux Arts, 1996), 35-63
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Letter from Frances Butler Leigh, July 9, 1866
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written by Frances Ann Butler Leigh, 1838-1910 (1866); in Ten Years on a Georgia Plantation Since The War (London, England: R. Bentley & Son, 1883), 8-15
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written by Frances Ann Butler Leigh, 1838-1910 (1866); in Ten Years on a Georgia Plantation Since The War (London, England: R. Bentley & Son, 1883), 8-15
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Travels Through the Canadas [before 1807]
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(London, England, 1807), 613 page(s)
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(London, England, 1807), 613 page(s)
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written by Anonymous Slave (1858); edited by William Still, 1821-1902; in The Underground Rail Road: a Record of Facts, Authentic Narratives, Letters, &c: Narrating the Hardships, Hair-breadth Escapes, and Death Struggles of the Slaves in Their Efforts for Freedom (Philadelphia, PA: Porter & Coates, 1872), 221-222
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The Works of Samuel de Champlain, vol. 2
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edited by Henry Percival Biggar, 1872-1938 (Toronto, ON: Champlain Society, 1936), 382 page(s)
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edited by Henry Percival Biggar, 1872-1938 (Toronto, ON: Champlain Society, 1936), 382 page(s)
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