Fort St. James

Fort St. James
   On Stuart Lake, northern British Columbia.
   Index: MS Governor Simpson there in 1828, 237-238. D North West Company post, built on Stuart Lake, 98.
   Bib.: Morice, Northern Interior of British Columbia.

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