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Hudson's Bay Company staff and friends, Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. 1899.

Ladies, Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. 1899.

After 1904, the North-West Mounted Police were called the Royal North-West Mounted Police; after 1920, it was called the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Winter scene. Beginning at the top of group: Corporal Trotter, Royal North-west Mounted Police, 1; William Flett (Peel R.), 2; George Loutit, 3; B. F. Cooper, Hudson's Bay Company, 4; unknown, 5; Miss Louise McKay, 6; unknown, 7; Philip Camsell, District Manager McKenzie River, Alberta, 8; Miss C. McKay, 9; Fred Gaudet, 10; William McKay, Factor for Hudson's Bay Company, Chipewyan, Alberta, 11; unknown, 12; Roderick Flett, 13; unknown, 14; Duncan Flett, Dandon?, 15; James Frase, 16; Duncan McKay, 17.
The house was the residential house of Mr. Roderick McFarlane, Chief Factor, Hudson's Bay Company. It was demolished in August 1964.

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