Manson, Donald


Manson, Donald
   Engaged in the service of the Hudson's Bay Company, west of the Rocky Mountains. Led three brigades from the Columbia to Langley on the Fraser, 1848. Appointed a justice of the peace.
   Index: D At Fort McLoughlin, 117; establishes first circulating library on Pacific slope, 117-118.

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