Fort McLoughlin

Fort McLoughlin
   On Milbank Sound, British Columbia.
   Index: D Hudson's Bay Company post, built by Finlayson, Manson, and Anderson, 1833, 117; moved to head of Vancouver Island and renamed Fort Rupert, 122; abandoned, 1843, 178-179.
   Bib.: Bancroft, History of British Columbia.

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