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The journals of William Fraser Tolmie
William Fraser Tolmie
|LC Classifications||R464.T6 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 413 p.|
|Number of Pages||413|
|LC Control Number||64006204|
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Get this from a library! William Fraser Tolmie journal during a residence on Puget Sound in , circa [William Fraser Tolmie] -- Transcript made for H.H. Bancroft from original journals now in the Provincial Archives of British Columbia. The journal details his life in charge of Fort Nisqually, August Novem The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and
Chief Factor Dr. William Fraser Tolmie began service with the Hudson’s Bay Company in He was born in Inverness on Feb. 3, , the eldest son of Alexander Tolmie and Marjory :// Tolmie, William Fraser (), The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie: Physician and Trader, Vancouver, B.C.: Mitchell Press Limited Sekundærlitteratur Begg, Alexaner (), History of British Columbia from its earliest discovery to the present ://
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The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie Physician and Fur Trader, Surgeon of the Hudson's Bay Company in the Pacific Northwest Tolmie, William Fraser Published by Get this from a library.
The journals of William Fraser Tolmie, physician and fur trader. [William Fraser Tolmie] -- Journals of trader with Hudson's Bay Company, physician, and natural historian who worked in Washington State and British Columbia, Journals cover period Get print book. No eBook available.
The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie: Physician and Fur Trader. William Fraser Tolmie. Mitchell Press, - British Columbia - pages. 0 Reviews.
Journals of trader with Hudson's Bay Company, physician, and natural historian who worked in Washington State and British Columbia, Journals 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 The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie, Physician and Fur Trader: TOLMIE, William Fraser: Books - s:// The journals of William Fraser Tolmie: Physician and fur trader Hardcover – January 1, by William Fraser Tolmie (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover Home / Archives / No 5: Summer / Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors The Journals of William Fraser Tolmie, Physician and Fur Trader edited by Howard › Home › Archives › No 5: Summer "Journal of William Fraser Tolmie—" is an article from The Washington Historical Quarterly, Volume 3.
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Tolmie (Inverness, 3 febbraio – Victoria, 8 dicembre ), è stato un chirurgo, commerciante di pellicce, scienziato e politico scozzese. Nato ad Inverness, in Scozia, nelsi trasferì nel nella Regione del Pacific Northwest al servizio della Compagnia della Baia di Hudson (HBC).
Servì la compagnia per due anni, nel Chief Trader William Fraser Tolmie left letter books from January to the threshold of Puget Sound’s Indian War.
Transcribed by a former Fort Nisqually Living History Museum manager, the documents include private conversations, weighty business discussions, political intrigue, patterns of commerce, gossip, and insight into life on Puget :// William Fraser Tolmie:Natural Scientist and Patriot 47 important, to liberalism in theology, something of a Universalist, Pan theist or Unitarian.
He also became an Owenite and a radical in politics. (Dr. John McLoughlin, Chief Factor for the Columbia, was with Tolmie in Paris in an2 d introduced his subordinate to Louis Joseph Hugh Fraser Scotland FLS to William Fraser Tolmie HBC London Lot 92 in our auction Saturday 2nd May Dr.
Tomie is William Fraser Tolmie (February 3, – December 8, ) was a surgeon, fur trader, scientist, and :// Diary of Doctor W.
Tolmie "The following interesting document involves the writing of two of the outstanding pioneers of the Puget Sound region - Doctor William Fraser Tolmie and Edward Huggins." The Washington Historical Quarterly Tolmie, William Fraser Title William Fraser Tolmie papers Dates (inclusive) Quantity cubic ft.
(2 boxes) Collection Number (Accession No. ) ://xv Facebook8Tweet0Pin0 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 [ ] B.C. journalist Stephen Hume has said that fur trader and explorer Simon Fraser should be celebrated as the founder of British Columbia.
Certainly, the achievements of the Scottish-descended United Empire Loyalist adventurer were impressive. During three extraordinary years,Fraser undertook the third major expedition (after Alexander Mackenzie’s and Lewis and Clark’s) across William Fraser Tolmie was born in Inverness, Scotland in His mother died when he was young and he was raised by his aunt.
Tolmie was a bright student and with the encouragement of his uncle, he went on to study medicine at the University of Glasgow. After his studies he worked as a clerk in an emergency cholera hospital in ://. Buy the Hardcover Book Canadian Pacific Railway Routes.
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