fur brigade


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fur brigade

n
(Commerce) Canadian (formerly) a convoy of canoes, horses, or dog sleighs that transported furs and other goods between trading posts and towns or factories
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The Bodmer and Catlin pictures have often been reproduced in other books but the Miller watercolors, done in 1837 while traveling with a fur brigade to the annual rendezvous have generally not appeared in other books and, to me, are the principal reason for owning this deeply flawed book.
As well, they had a Black Powder encampment at Fort Langley for the Fur Brigade Days on the B.
In 1822, he was consecrated Bishop and left that spring with the fur brigade.
Chilliwack Branch members, Jan Ouellet and Judy Scholz UE joined ranks with the Vancouver Branch at the Fort Langley Fur Brigade Days on the August long weekend.