Under the charter establishing hudson's bay company, the company was required to give two elk skins and two black beaver pelts to the english king, then charles ii, or his heirs, whenever the monarch visited rupert's land the exact text from the 1670 charter reads. The sticking point was canada’s refusal to recognize the hudson’s bay company’s territorial rights in 1670, an english royal charter gave the fledgling hbc control over rupert’s land – namely, all of the land within the hudson bay drainage basin (about 40 per cent of modern canada. Place rupert's land: rupert's land, or prince rupert's land, was a territory in british north america, consisting the hudson bay drainage basin that was nominally owned by the hudson's bay company for 200 years from 1670 to 1870, although numerous aboriginal groups lived in the same territory and disputed the sovereignty of the areathe area once known as rupert's land is now mainly a part of. The hudson’s bay company retained its monopoly in the hudson bay watershed until the purchase of rupert’s land by the dominion of canada in 1870 rupert governed the company until his death from pleurisy on november 29, 1682, at the age of sixty-three. A vibrant hudson's bay company calendar, unfaded and with the complete calendar pad the image depicts several men of the council of the northern department of rupert's land seated around a table at norway house, manitoba.
F 5001 h8 v 9 - minutes of the hudson's bay company, 1679-1684 f 5001 h8 v10 - part of dispatch from george simpson esqr , governor of ruperts land to the governor & committee of the hudson's bay company london march 1, 1829 : continued and completed march 24 and june 5, 1829. Letters from rupert's land, james hargrave of the hudson's bay company (rupert's land record society series) find this pin and more on hudson bay & other fur trading by angela these letters provide a vivid depiction of the lives of a scottish fur trader and his far-flung family on both sides of the atlantic. Following the transfer of ownership of rupert’s land and the north-west territories from the hudson’s bay company to the dominion of canada in 1868, the canadian government passed the dominion lands act of 1872 to set out guidelines for the settlement of western canada.
A map of rupert’s land, the monopoly given to the hudson’s bay company by king charles ii in 1670, named after prince rupert of the rhine, the company’s patron. Rupert's land was a large area of canada that was owned by the hudson's bay company it included all of the watersheds draining into and out of hudson's bay, giving the hbc a monopoly on trade in the area. The publications of the champlain society, hudson's bay company series governor of rupert's land to the governor & committee of the hudson's bay company, london, march 1, 1829 continued and completed march 24 and june 5, 1829. Rupert's land, or prince rupert's land, was a territory in british north america comprising the hudson bay drainage basin, a territory in which a commercial monopoly was operated by the hudson's bay company for 200 years from 1670 to 1870. The company defined rupert land as all of the territory that drained into hudson’s bay, which was the area of the company’s royal charter for administrative purposes, the company divided rupert land into northern and southern departments.
The hudson's bay boy: from cabbagetown to rupert's land by seagrave, john hardcover 50 out of 5 stars - the hudson's bay boy: from cabbagetown to rupert's land by seagrave, john. France had given up its claims to the area drained by hudson bay (rupert’s land, nominally owned by the hudson’s bay company) in the 1713 treaty of utrecht, though the exact extent of the hudson bay land was not defined when france ceded its colony of canada to britain in the treaty of paris (1763), the boundary between the hudson bay. Many types of business records were created at hudson's bay company (hbc) posts, districts, departments, and ships this list provides some of the keywords that will support successful searches for records in keystone to search for records created by a particular hudson's bay company post, district. Mr justice archer martin, in his useful book, hudson's bay company's land tenure, gives us an interesting letter of alexander mclean to peter fidler, dated 1821 this is the time of the union of the hudson's bay company and the north-west company.
The flag was officially in use by a special warrant on july 21, 1682, when prince rupert granted permission to the company to used the red ensign prior to 1869 the flag was used as both the flag of rupert's land and the hudson's bay company. The north west company and the hudson’s bay company became bitter rivals the north west company was soon getting twice as many furs as the hudson’s bay company after a hundred years of the aboriginal peoples coming to its trading posts on the bay, the hudson’s bay company had to change. Include description categories selected category all collectibles minutes of hudson's bay company 1679-84 vol 9 rupert charles boone john davall $3433 from canada buy it now the hudson's bay company's land tenures and the occupation of assiniboia by arch see more like this. “rupert’s land” was the name given to the hudson bay watershed by king charles ii of great britain and ireland in 1670 at the time, he had no idea that this encompassed about 3,861,400 square kilometers (1,490,900 square miles. The once powerful hudson's bay company controlled the area but the british fur trade giant had been in decline for years and it was now preparing to sell rupert's land.
In 1869, the new government of canada pressured the hudson's bay company to relinquish rupert's land to the dominion, in return for a great deal of land and a large cash settlement. Unlike the north west company, the hudson bay company owned the land that it bought • the sections of land that the british took were called rupert’s land • the hudson’s bay company had the right to be the only company trading furs in rupert’s land. Hudson bay is the worlds second-largest bay, manitoba is at the heart of the giant hudson bay watershed, once known as ruperts land it was a area of the hudsons bay company, with many rivers the province has a saltwater coastline bordering hudson bay and more than 110,000 lakes, manitobas major lakes are lake manitoba, lake winnipegosis, and.
On may 2, 1670, the hudson's bay company was formed king charles ii issues a charter to prince rupert, which gives the company the right to be the only ones to sell and trade furthis also created rupert's land. The hudson’s bay company lawmaking is a complicated, complex and comprehensive process which involves the locating, focusing and directing of social control an examination of the legal system which was operative in the late 17th and entire 18th century in rupert's land offers insight into the roots of the canadian legal process.