They lef' Boston Harbour for the great Grand Bank wid a roarin' nor'wester
behind 'em an' all hands full to the bung.
Then the nor'wester
caught us and drove us on the lee shore.
When conflict broke out between the Selkirk settlers and the North West Company traders, Tanner (who had no love for the Nor'Westers
) guided Lord Selkirk's forces into the Forks and led the re-capture of Fort Douglas in 1817.
Treasurer, and the Branch Genealogist, Susan McGuire UE, on the occasion the Sir John Johnson Centennial Branch's visit to various Loyalist-era sites in Williamstown, Ontario, notably the Loyalist and Nor'Westers
Museum and the Bethune-Thompon House, on 15 August.
According to Met department officials, the storm known as ' Kal Baishakhi' or Nor'westers
, came from the Nepal side sweeping Purnia, Sitamarhi, Darbhanga and went up to Bhagalpur division.
Lefort, T., 2013: Dry-lines, nor'westers
and tornadic storms over east India and Bangladesh: An operational perspective through synergie, the new IMD forecaster's workstation.
Included is the Battle of Seven Oaks at Red River, the starvation of HBCo men in the Athabasca region at the hands of the Nor'Westers
, and the race to gain the fur trade business west of the Rockies.
On late October and November eves when foul Nor'westers
whip across black chilly waters, those silver fish are out there patrolling the cool dark shallows, flanks flashing like miniature mirrors in the moonlight.
are storms that hit Assam and West Bengal regularly during the spring season.
He started in 1807 and arrived by canoe at the mouth of the Columbia with a small contingent of Nor'westers
on July 15, 1811.
NCYC plans to run the inaugural race on Mother's Day 2010 to conincide with seasonal sou'easters and nor'westers
for pleasant reaching conditions rather than a windward slog.
At stake was the supply of pemmican, a provision made from buffalo meat and fat that Nor'Westers
had relied on for decades as sustenance during their fur trading trips.