1 edition of William Fraser Tolmie of the Hudson"s Bay Company found in the catalog.
William Fraser Tolmie of the Hudson"s Bay Company
Dorothy O. Johansen
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HBC Heritage is an internal department of Hudson’s Bay Company. We are committed to the preservation, education, and promotion of Hudson’s Bay Company’s history and the ongoing care and maintenance of the Company’s historical HBC Corporate Art, Artifact, Image, and Reference Collections. WILLIAM MCKAY Hudson's Bay Company Servant, William McKay, son of John R. McKay, was born at the Hudson’s Bay Post at Beaver Creek, in the year when half of the whole business of tradi View William McKay's genealogy profile; 12/30/ 12/25/ Follow.
William Fraser Tolmie:Natural Scientist and Patriot 49 now occupied by Americans. Still, there are some areas in the United States which are basically Canadian in population and should be returned to Canada. These include Point Roberts, parts of the Red River Valley, and parts of northern Maine. More important is the Alaska Panhandle. Dr. William Fraser Tolmie was a representative figure in early Pacific Coast history. With an Old World medical education in Scotland, he came to the New World, at the age of twenty, in the employ of the Hudson's Bay Company. The business, of fur-trading, however, promised more advancement than medicine, and Tolmie was quick to adapt himself. In eight years he had .
F T6 - The journals of William Fraser Tolmie, physician and fur trader. F W6 D3 - The journal of John Work, January to October, , with an introduction and notes by Henry Drummond Dee. F H5 - The mystic spring and other tales of western life. Having travelled to B.C. on my vacation, I figured this would be a good choice for vacation reading. Originally written in , this new edition is a facsimile, faithfully reproducing the original text. Well-researched and engagingly written, this history covers the settlement of B.C. which is tightly tied to the history of the Fraser river.4/5.
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TOLMIE, WILLIAM FRASER, surgeon, HBC officer, and politician; b. 3 Feb. at Inverness, Scotland, elder son of Alexander Tolmie and Marjory Fraser; m. in February Jane, daughter of Chief Factor John Work*, and they had five daughters and seven sons, including Simon Fraser Tolmie*, premier of British Columbia; d.
8 Dec. near Victoria, B.C. The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie Physician and Fur Trader, Surgeon of the Hudson's Bay Company in the Pacific Northwest by Tolmie, William Fraser and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Dr.
William Tolmie. Born in the Scottish Highlands inWilliam Fraser Tolmie would go on to live an industrious life as a surgeon, botanist, Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) chief factor, and politician in British Columbia.
While frequently referred to as Dr. Tolmie, he was not a MD. Author of The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie, Utilization of the Indians of British Columbia, and Canadian Pacific Railway Routes.
the Bute Inlet and Esquimalt Route No. 6, and the Fraser Valley and Burrard Inlet Route No. 2, Compared as to the Advantages Afforded by Each to the Dominion and to the Empire/5. Tolmie is the 11th Annual HBC Charity Bear, named after Dr.
William Fraser Tolmie for his role in developing the first scientific agricultural operation in the Pacific Northwest. % of the net proceeds from the sale of Tolmie bears support the Hudson's Bay Company Foundation's Strength in Stripes program, helping Canadians achieve, thrive and.
Hudson’s Bay Company Archives - Biographical Sheets. Search for employee biographical sheets for individuals who worked for Hudson’s Bay Company and/or the North West Company.
Please note that these information sheets have not been created for all former employees. Employee biographical sheets are organized alphabetically by surname. Tolmie is named after Dr. William Fraser Tolmie, an HBC physician born in Inverness, Scotland, who was a highly-regarded botanist and agriculturalist.
InDr. Tolmie helped found Fort Nisqually on Puget Sound, where he was Chief Factor and credited with developing the first scientific agricultural operation in the Pacific Northwest. Dr. William Fraser Tolmie: Birthdate: Birthplace: Inverness, UK: Death: (74) Victoria, BC, Canada Immediate Family: Husband of Jane Work Father of Simon Fraser Tolmie.
Occupation: Hudson's Bay Company surgeon at Fort Vancouver, Fort Nisqually and Victoria. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: Novem WORK, JOHN (originally Wark, but it was anglicized on his contract with the HBC, and he and a brother adopted that version permanently), HBC officer, legislative councillor of British Columbia; b.
in Taughboyne parish, St Johnstown (near Londonderry) in County Donegal (Republic of Ireland), eldest of six children of Henry Wark; d. 22 Dec. at his farm, Hillside (now in. These notes include the details of a fairly descriptive event that took place in Oregon in It is the story of a Frenchman who nearly lost his limb and life due to an ax-related foot injury.
Tolmie is very detailed in his description of the problems he had to face with this. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages illustrations 23 cm. Contents: Preface --Prologue --The call of the beaver --Across the Great Divide --John Bull meets Uncle Sam --Our man in the Snake country --The threat of the North --New Caledonia, --Disappointment at the Cape --Ogden the Samaritan --The years.
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The journals of William Fraser Tolmie: Physician and fur traderAuthor: William Fraser Tolmie. William Fraser Tolmie () - Born Inverness, Scotland, on 3 FebDied at his home, Cloverdale Farm, in Saanich, near Victoria, BC on 8 Dec After spending two years,in the medical school of the University of Glasgow he joined the service of the Hudson's Bay Company on 12 September as surgeon and clerk.
Best known for managing the Nisqually farm of the Puget Sound Agricultural Company (an agricultural subsidiary of the Hudson's Bay Company), Dr. William Fraser Tolmie played a key role in the Company's development of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia in the mid-nineteenth century.
Simon Fraser Tolmie, veterinarian, farmer, politician, premier of BC (b at Victoria 25 Jan ; d there 13 Oct ), son of William Fraser TOLMIE. After graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in and working in a professional capacity in both the provincial and federal agricultural departments, he became chief inspector of.
Journal of William Fraser Tolmie— is an article from The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volume 3. View more articles from The Washington Historical. subsidiary of the Hudson's Bay Company), Dr.
William Fraser Tolmie played a key role in the Company's development of the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia in the mid-nineteenth century. His personal observations about the region's. Marker Location: At the entrance/parking area for Tolmie State Park, on entry drive. The kiosk on which the marker is located is on the main road as it turns into the parking area.
Inscription: Dr. William Fraser Tolmie () spent 16 years with the Hudson’s Bay Company at Fort Nisqually as physician, surgeon, botanist, and fur trader.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 By Drew Crooks Tolmie State Park is a pleasant and popular waterfront recreation area located on Puget Sound in the Northeast section of Thurston County.
It is named after Dr. William Fraser Tolmie (), a remarkable man who achieved much during his lifetime. Born in Inverness, Scotland on February 3,William Tolmie [ ]. Tolmie, William Fraser, surgeon, fur trader, politician (b at Inverness, Scot 3 Feb ; d at Victoria 8 Dec ).
Tolmie came to the NorthWest in in the service of the HBC. After serving at posts on the northern coast, he was given charge of trading and farming operations at Fort Nisqually on Puget Sound, Alexander Tolmie was born circato Alexander Tolmie and May Tolmie (born Fraser).
Alexander married Mary Notman Tolmie (born Smith) on month dayat age 60 at marriage place. Mary was born on November 25in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.Introduction The following were reviewed from the extensive collection of papers reproduced for the Hudson's Bay Company expeditions and activities throughout the late 18th and early 19th centuries (pictured above).
The purpose here was to focus on the introduction of novel philosophies and new medicines to the medical community. A few traditional or.