Item iw-glen-5 - George McDougall's trip diary

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George McDougall's trip diary

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GLEN glen-1597-iw-glen-5

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19 pages

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McDougall (family) (fl. 1821-1918)

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  • The material is in English.

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Consists of a diary of a 50 day trip made by Reverend McDougall (and his visitor, Dr. Lachlan Taylor, General Secretary of the Methodist Missionary Society) from Fort Edmonton to Fort Benton and back. The party travelled by horse and wagon and the diary entries describe the prairie landscape, stays in Cree and Blackfoot camps, buffalo herds, hunting and fishing, difficulties fording rivers, conflicts between First Nations and American whiskey traders, meeting with intoxicated "wolfers", and Fort Whoop-up.

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