In a great unknown land : exploration in the 'Barren Ground' of the West
3 columns (unpaged) ; 31 x 6 cm or smaller
The Ottawa Daily Citizen
12 January 1894
Item is a newspaper clipping providing a detailed description of J.B. and James Tyrrell's 1893 expedition to the Hudson Bay region. Accompanying the Tyrrells on the expedition were three Mohawk brothers from Kahnawake, Quebec, Pierre, Louis and Michel French, as well as 'a native of the Peace River country and a native of Prince Albert.' J.B. Tyrrell describes the rescue of the exhausted party by Rev. Joseph Lofthouse near Churchill, Manitoba.
"Item located on p. 36-37 of 'Scrapbook of clippings, 1884-1898' which forms part of the series entitled 'Newspaper clippings and printed materials'."
"Ms. Coll 26, box 124"
Tyrrell, Joseph Burr, 1858-1957Tyrrell, J. W. (James Williams), 1863-1945Lofthouse, Joseph, 1855-French, MichelFrench, PierreFrench, Louis
Kahnawake Indian Reserve (Quebec)
Hudson Bay Region--SurveysMohawk IndiansChipewyan IndiansCanoes and canoeingInuitGuides and scouts