Hudson's Bay Company Archives: Post Journals and Francis Heron

Tales and Treasures from the rich legacy of the Hudson’s Bay Company.

Created by Canada’s History

July 5, 2011

Maureen Dolyniuk, Keeper of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives located at the Archives of Manitoba in Winnipeg, explains the importance of Post Journals and the story of Francis Heron. To learn more about the records of Francis Heron and his description of the Red River Flood of 1850, visit their website.

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