Hudson's Bay Company Archives: An Expert Overview

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

Created by Canada’s History

Posted February 9, 2012

Maureen Dolyiniuk, Keeper of the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives, explains how the Archives of Manitoba came to house the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives and its importance as a repository for Manitoba, Canada and on an international scale.

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