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Food

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NWBC

Period Skills

Reviews, Books and Recordings

Reviews, Goods

Voyageurs

Women in the Fur Trade

Bourgeois & Clerks

Arms in the Northwest, Vol. VIII, pp. 12-17.

Clerk's Cap. Vol. XII, pp. 37-41.

Making a man's tail coat. c. 1795-1820. Vol. VIII. pp. 29-34.

Marking of Pieces, The;  Northwest Journal Online.

Medicine in the Northwest. Vol. VII, pp. 15-25.

Period Navigation. Vol. III, pp. 11-18.

Tents of the Northwest Fur Trade. Vol. VI, pp. 22-28.

Well-Dressed Explorer, The. Vol. IV, pp. 21-24.

Year in the Life of a Canoe Brigade, A. Northwest Journal Online

 

Clothing

Capots, with some Side Lights on Chiefs' Coats & Blankets, 1774-1821. Vol. XIII, pp. 25-41.

Ceinture Fléchée: Making a Voyageur Sash. Vol. VI, pp. 1-5.

Clerk's Cap. Vol. XII, pp. 37-41.

Cloth Names [letter]. Vol. IX, pp. 49-50.

Clothing Patterns. Vol. III, pp. 18-24.

Making a man's shirt. Vol. I, pp. 9-14.

Making a man's waistcoat. c. 1799. Vol. III, pp. 27-28.

Making a man's tail coat. c. 1795-1820. Vol. VIII. pp. 29-34.

Making a woman's petticoat and leggings. Vol. IV, pp. 27-32.

Making a woman's shift. Vol. II, pp. 19-22.

Making men's pants. Vol. VI, pp. 32-37.

Men's Neck Cloths and Handkerchiefs. Vol. XI. pp. 22-28

Well-Dressed Explorer, The. Vol. IV, pp. 21-24.

What Voyageurs Wore. Northwest Journal Online.

Women's Dress in the Fur Trade. Vol. II, pp. 14-16.

 

Event Reports

Affair of Honour, An. Vol. XV, pp. 1-6.

Country View Rendezvous. Vol. VIII, p. 20.

Edmonton House Brigade Shoot. Vol. VIII, p. 18.

Encampment at Fort Whoop-Up. Vol. XIV, p. 31.

Frontier Festival at Fort Edmonton Park, Vol. VIII, p. 23.

Fort Edmonton's Frontier Festival. Vol. XV, p. 34.

Fort Langley’s Brigade Days 1998 [letter]. Vol. XV, pp. 47-49.

Heritage Park and Historic Calgary Week Demonstrations, Vol. VIII, p. 25.

Howling Coyote Rendezvous. Vol. IV, pp. 1-2, Vol. VIII, p. 28.

Lewis & Clark Festival. Vol. III, pp. 1-2.

NWBC at Old Fort William. Vol. XV, pp. 7-33.

Old Fort William Rendezvous. Vol. III, pp. 2-4.

Reenactment of the Kootenays' Arrival at Edmonton House on March 15, 1798. Vol. XIV, pp. 36-41.

Rendezvous '96 [Heffley Creek], Vol. VIII, p. 27.

Rocky Mountain House Shoot. Vol. VIII, p. 20.

Scenes from Rocky Mountain House [re-enactment camp]. Vol. XI, pp. 37-39.

Scenes from Victoria Settlement [re-enactment camp]. Vol. XII, pp. 42-43.

Victoria Settlement Demonstration, Vol. VIII, p. 23.

 

Food

Fur Fort Food - Bouilli Basics. Vol. XIII, p. 41.

Fur Fort Food : The Pantry of the Northwest, Part I : Country Provisions. Vol. VI, pp. 15-21.

Fur Fort Food : The Pantry of the Northwest, Part II : Carried at Great Expense. Vol. VII, pp. 26-30.

Fur Fort Food : Receipts for the Winter. Vol. II, pp. 10-14.

Fur Fort Food - Sea Pie, or Cipaille, by A. Gottfred, Vol XV, pp. 40-41.

 

History & Re-enactment

Alcohol in the Northwest Fur Trade. Vol. III, pp. 4-11.

Arms in the Northwest, Vol. VIII, pp. 12-17.

Assessing David Thompson's Surveying Skill— Guidelines for Historians. Vol. IX, pp. 4-7.

Bateau in the Northwest, by Thomas Swan. Vol. XIII. pp. 1-11.

Bison in North America. Vol. II, pp. 28-29.

Brief Profile of the Freemen or Free Canadians, 1774-1821, by William. Stewart. Vol. XIV, pp. 23-30. Omission from above article. Vol. XV, p. 47.

Compendium of Material Culture ('the list'). Vol. X. pp. 8-37.

Construction of Birchbark Canoes, Vol. VIII, pp. 1-11.

David Thompson's Blindness [letter], Vol. VIII, pp. 46-47.

Dog Sleds in the Northwest. Vol. IV, pp. 17-20.

Femmes du Pays : Women of the Fur Trade, 1774-1821. Vol. XIII, pp. 12-24.

Few Words from the Fur Trade, A. [quiz] Vol. IV, pp. 15-17.

Fort Edmonton Park, by Jane Bisbee. Vol. X, pp. 41-44.

Fort Lac La Pluie, by Merv Ahrens. Vol. X, pp. 1-7.

Fur Post Construction. Northwest Journal Online.

Fur Trade Bibliographies [letter]. Vol. XIV, pp. 46-47.

Glossary and References [for navigation by Thompson]. Vol. IX, pp. 34-38.

Inland Boats of the Hudson's Bay Company, by Thomas Swan . Vol. XV, pp. 1-15.

Journal of a Voyage Down the North Saskatchewan River by York Boat. Vol. VII. pp. 1-14.

Legend of the Pickled Factor [John Rowand]. Vol. XI, pp. 29-33.

Lewis & Clark : A Canadian Perspective. Vol. XI, pp. 1-13.

Life of David Thompson, The. Vol. V, pp. 1-19.

Lighting the Fur Fort and Camp. Vol. X, pp. 38-40.

Living History: Selecting a Character, Part I. Vol. IV, pp. 9-15. Part II. Vol. V pp. 26-33.

Location of David Thompson's 'Goods Shed' on the Athabasca River, The. Vol. IX, pp. 7-14.

Making a Better Impression, or, the Pitfalls of Apparent Primary Source Material. Vol. XI, pp. 14-21.

Marching to Fort des Prairies. Vol. IV, pp. 32-34.

Marking of Pieces, The;  Northwest Journal Online.

Medicine in the Northwest. Vol. VII, pp. 15-25.

Muskettoes Mad. Vol. VII, pp. 38-39.

New Latitude for the Goods Shed Computed from Thompson's Data, A. Vol. IX, pp. 31-34.

North West Company in the War of 1812, by David Hrycyszyn. Vol. XII, pp. 1-33.

Northwest Trade Guns. Vol. V, pp. 20-25.

On the Question of Female Voyageurs. Vol. VII, pp. 40-43.

Paris pendant l'année 1795 [Introduction of metric system]. Vol. I, pp. 17-19

Period Navigation. Vol. III, pp. 11-18.

Recomputing Thompson's Data— Greenwich Apparent Time by Lunar Distance. Vol. IX, pp. 21-28.

Recomputing Thompson's Data— Latitude by Double Altitudes. Vol. IX, pp. 17-21.

Recomputing Thompson's Data— Latitude by Double Meridian Altitude. Vol. IX, pp. 16-17.

Recomputing Thompson's Data— Longitude from GT, Local Apparent Time, Magnetic Variation. Vol. IX, pp. 28-31.

Seed Beads in the Northwest. Vol. IV, pp. 2-9.

Strange End of John Fubbister, The. [Isabel Gunn] Vol. XII, p. 33-36.

Tale of Three Beads, A. Northwest Journal Online

Tents of the Northwest Fur Trade. Vol. VI, pp. 22-28.

Theory on the Cause of David Thompson's Blindness, A. Vol. II, pp. 23-26.

Tobacco Box Pedigree [letter], Vol. VIII, pp. 47-48.

Trade Guns & Rifles [letter]. Vol. IX, pp. 50-51.

Trading with the Peigans at Rocky Mountain House. Vol. I, pp. 14-17.

Understanding How Thompson Navigated— Introduction to the Case Study. Vol. IX, pp. 1-4.

Using David Thompson's Sextant Index Error to Show His Diligence and High Accuracy. Vol. IX, pp. 15-16.

What Voyageurs Wore. Northwest Journal Online.

Well-Dressed Explorer, The. Vol. IV, pp. 21-24.

Visit to a Buffalo Pound, A. Vol. III, pp. 31-33.

Year in the Life of a Canoe Brigade, A. Northwest Journal Online

Historic Resources

Fort Edmonton Park. Vol. X, pp. 41-44.

Fort George-Buckingham House Provincial Historic Site. Vol. III, pp. 29-31.

Fort Langley National Historic Site, Vol. VIII, pp. 34-38.

Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site. Vol. II. pp. 26-28.

 

NWBC

Beaver Club, Vol. VIII, pp. 45-46.

Blanket Draw. Vol. V, pp. 39-40. Vol. VI, p. 41.

Constitutional Congress. Vol. VII, p. 46, Vol. VIII, pp. 43-44.

Elections. Vol. V, p. 37, Vol. VIII, p. 44.

Emblem. Vol. II, pp. 30-31.

Finances and Statistics. Vol. VI. pp. 43-44.

Introduction. I, pp. 1-2. Reprinted in Vol. II, pp. 2-3.

Network. Vol. VI. p. 46.

NWBC and Edmonton House Brigade. Vol. V, pp. 38-39.

Northwest Brigade Club Name. Vol. I, p. 20.

Objectives, Vol. VIII, pp. 44-45.

 

Period Skills

Ceinture Fléchée: Making a Voyageur Sash. Vol. II. pp. 3-10.

Construction of Birchbark Canoes, Vol. VIII, pp. 1-11.

Fur Post Construction. Northwest Journal Online.

How to Spin a Good Yarn. [Drop spindle spinning]. Vol. VI, pp. 6-14.

Making a Copper Trade Kettle, by J. Gottfred. Vol. XVI, pp. 16-45.

Making Fire with Flint & Steel. Vol. I, pp. 2-7.

Making Stone Tools. Vol. VII, pp. 30-37.

Stone Tools - An Introduction. Vol. VI, pp. 28-32.

Tinsmithing for Those With More Than the Usual Number of Thumbs. Vol. XIV, p. 1-22.

Tips for Fast Fires with Flint & Steel. Vol. IX, pp. 39-45.

 

Reviews, Books and Recordings

Arctic Artist. Vol. XII, pp. 46-47.

Ascent of Dog : Working Dogs in the West. Vol. XVI, pp. 51-52.

Ashley Book of Knots. Vol. X, p. 47.

Birchbark Canoes of the Fur Trade. Vol. XIV, pp. 43-45.

Blackfeet — Raiders on the Northwestern Plains. Vol. VII, p. 45.

Columbia Journals. Vol. I, p. 8.

Distaff Sketchbook. Vol. V, pp. 35-36.

English River Book, The. Vol. VI, p. 40.

Feminine Fur Trade Fashions, Vol. V, p. 36.

Federalist and Regency Costume. Vol. XIII, pp. 44-45.

Fidler's Journal. Vol. IV, pp. 26-27.

Indian Clothing of the Great Lakes. Vol. IX, pp. 48-49.

King's Bread, 2nd Rising, The. Vol. II, pp. 17-18.

Morning Pipe [cassette]. Vol. IX, pp. 47-48.

Olde Bead Monger's Trade Bead Sketchbook. Vol. V, p. 36.

Old Fort Snelling Instruction Book for Fife, Vol. VIII, pp. 41-42.

On the Treatment of Wounds. Vol. XI, pp. 42-43

Past Into Present. Vol. XV, pp. 46-47.

Revolutionary Medicine, 1700-1800. Vol. V, p. 36.

Sources of the River. Vol. III, p. 26.

Tidings from the 18th Century. Vol. I, p.

Voyager's Sketchbook, The. Vol. V, p. 36

 

Reviews, Goods

18th Century Spectacles. Vol. I, p. 7.

Antique English Gun Flints, Vol. VIII, p. 41.

Astronomical Ring. Vol. IX, pp. 46-47.

Beaver Club Medal. Vol. IV, pp. 25-26.

Beaver Hat. Vol. XV, p. 42-43.

Beaver Tokens. Vol. IV, p. 24.

Brass Buttons. Vol. IV, p, 25.

Brass Camp Candlesticks. Vol. X, p. 45.

British Light Infantry Axe. Vol. I. p. 8.

Brown Bess Sling Swivels. Vol. XII, p. 46

Buffalo Bag. Vol. III, pp. 25-26.

Candle Molds. Vol. II, pp. 18-19.

Capot Sash. Vol. XIII, pp. 43-44.

Checker Set, Traveling. Vol. X, pp. 41-42.

Clasp Knife. Vol. XII, p. 44.

Clothing Patterns. Vol. III, pp. 18-24.

Copper Trade Kettle. Vol. VII, pp. 44-45.

Corkscrew. Vol. IX, p. 48.

Document Carrier. Vol. XII, p. 45

Fife, Vol. VIII, p. 41.

Fire Steels. Vol. II, p. 17

Five Gallon Keg. Vol. III, p. 25.

Flageolet. Vol. XI, p. 40-41

Fleam. Vol. XVI, pp. 50-51.

Folding Knife and Fork. Vol. X, p. 46.

Gill Measure. Vol. X, pp. 45-46.

Hammer Stall. Vol. XVI, pp. 49-50.

Hanger (sword), Vol. VI, pp. 39-40

Images of Canada (catalog). Vol. IV, pp. 24-25

Linen. Vol. I, p. 9

Loop and Globe Earrings, Vol. VIII, p. 39.

Musket Worm, Vol. VIII, p. 40-41.

Nails. Vol. XI, p. 40

Onion Bottle. Vol. XV, pp. 44-45.

Pewter Ware, Vol. V, pp. 34-35

Rawle's Cartridge Box, Vol. XVI, pp. 46-48.

Razor/Patch Knife. Vol. XIII, p. 42

Replica Coins, Vol. V, pp. 33-34

Selections from Canadian Museums (catalog). Vol. IV, pp. 24-25

Shaving Bowl/Bleeding Bowl. Vol. XIV, pp. 42-43.

Shrub Glasses, Vol. V, p. 35

Snuff Box, Vol. VIII, p. 40.

Straight Razor. Vol. XIV, pp. 41-42.

Tinder Box. Vol. II, pp. 16-17.

Tooth Key and Goat's Foot Elevator [dentistry tools]. Vol. XV, pp. 45-46.

Top Hat. Vol. VII, p. 44.

Toy Drum. Vol. XIII, p. 43

Wedge Tent. Vol. VI, pp. 37-39

Weskit Inkwell. Vol. I, p. 8, Vol. VIII, p. 42-43

Wooden Ladle. Vol. XIV, p. 43.

 

Voyageurs

Ceinture Fléchée: Making a Voyageur Sash. Vol. II. pp. 3-10.

Construction of Birchbark Canoes, Vol. VIII, pp. 1-11.

Dog Sleds in the Northwest. Vol. IV, pp. 17-20.

On the Question of Female Voyageurs. Vol. VII, pp. 40-43.

What Voyageurs Wore. Northwest Journal Online.

Voyageur Contract. Northwest Journal Online.

Year in the Life of a Canoe Brigade, A. Northwest Journal Online

 

Women in the Fur Trade

Femmes du Pays : Women of the Fur Trade, 1774-1821. Vol. XIII, pp. 12-24.

On the Question of Female Voyageurs. Vol. VII, pp. 40-43.

 

 

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