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Barr, William, ed. From Barrow to Boothia: The Arctic Journal of Chief Factor Peter Warren Dease, 1836-1839. 2001.

Beardy, Flora and Robert Coutts, eds. Voices from Hudson Bay: Cree Stories from York Factory. 1996. Reprinted.

Beattie, Judith Hudson and Helen Buss. Undelivered Letters to HBC Men on the North West Coast of America 1830-57. University of British Columbia Press, 2003

Bird, Louis. Telling our Stories: Omushkego Legends and Histories from Hudson Bay. Broadview Press, 2005

Brown, Jennifer S.H. Strangers in Blood. University of British Columbia Press, 1980

Cole, J.M. Exile in the Wilderness. University of Washington Press, 1981

Duckworth, Harry W., ed. The English River Book: A North West Company Journal and Account Book of 1786. 1990.

Flannery, Regina. Ellen Smallboy: Glimpses of a Cree Woman's Life. 1995. Reprinted.

Harmon, Daniel Williams. Harmon’s Journal 1800-1819. 2006. Reprinted 1957 edition.

Healy, W.J.Women of Red River. Russell, Lang & Co. Ltd, 1923

Houston, C. Stuart, ed. with commentary by I.S. MacLaren, Arctic Artist: The Journal and Paintings of George Back, Midshipman with Franklin, 1819-1822. 1994.

Huck, Barbara, ed. Crossroads of the Continent: A History of The Forks of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. Heartland Associates, Inc., 2000

Huck, Barbara. Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America. Heartland Associates, Inc., 1997

Keith, Lloyd, ed. North of Athabasca: Slave Lake and Mackenzie River Documents of the North West Company, 1800-1821. 2001.

MacGregor, J.G. Peter Fidler: Canada's Forgotten Explorer, 1769-1822. Fifth House Publishers, 1999

Macleod, Margaret Arnett. The Letters of Letitia Hargrave. The Champlain Society, 1947

Owens, Ann-Maureen and Jane Yealland; illustrated by Don Kirby. Forts of Canada. Kids Can Press, 1996

Peers, Laura and Theresa Schenck, eds., My First Years in the Fur Trade: The Journals of 1802-1804, by George Nelson. 2002, co-published with Minnesota Historical Society Press.

Rankin, Laird. Return of the Nonsuch. Heartland Associates, Inc., 2005

Ray, Arthur J. Indians in the Fur Trade. University of Toronto Press, 1998

Ross, Alexander. Red River Settlement: Its Rise, Progress and Present State.

Ruggles, Richard I., ed., A Country So Interesting: The Hudson's Bay Company and Two Centuries of Mapping, 1670-1870. 1991.

Tanner, John. The Falcon. Penguin Group (Canada), 2003

Van Kirk, Sylvia, Many Tender Ties. University of Oklahoma Press, 1983

Matas, Carol. Footsteps in the Snow: The Red River Diary of Isobel Scott, Rupert's Land, 1815. Dear Canada series, Scholastic Canada, 2003

Pendziwol, Jean E. and Nicolas Debon. The Red Sash. Groundwood Books, 2005

Taylor, Cora. Angelique: Autumn Alone. Our Canadian Girl series, Penguin Books, 2005

Taylor, Cora. Angelique: Buffalo Hunt. Our Canadian Girl series, Penguin Books, 2002

Taylor, Cora. Angelique: The Long Way Home. Our Canadian Girl series, Penguin Books, 2005

Wiebe, Rudy. The Mad Trapper. Red Deer Press, 2002



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