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Then following information has been extracted from that prepared by the National Historic Site and Monuments Board. This table lists all HBC-related sites on the NHSMB register. Many are operated by Parks Canada or the various provincial park commissions.

 

Province Location Description
         
  British Columbia Fort Alexandria NWC post 1821 - 1860s  
  Fort St. James NWC post founded by Simon Fraser, 1806  
  Fort Hope HBC post 1848 - 1860  
  Kootenae House NWC 1807 -1812  
  Fort Kamloops NWC & HBC  
  Fort Langley HBC post, 1827; restored to 1858  
  Fort McLeod NWC post, 1805  
  Fort St. John NWC posts, 1806 - 1823  
  Fort Victoria HBC post, 1843  
  Boat Encampment, Warsaw Mountain/ Red Rock Bay Key transshipment point on the Columbia River  
         
  Alberta Howse Pass First crossed by David Thompson, 1807  
  Fort Assiniboine 1823 HBC post  
  Fort Dunvegan 1805 NWC post  
  Fort Edmonton (III) 1831 HBC Post  
  Fort Chipewyan Major trading posts 1800s  
  Fort Vermilion NWC and Hbc posts  
  Athabaska Pass Major fur trade route  
  Henry House NWC post 1811-1830s (actual site unknown)  
  Jasper House 1829 post  
  Fort August & Fort Edmonton Rival NWC and Hbc posts  
  Fort Fork Starting point of Mackenzie's route to the Pacific, 1793  
  Rocky Mountain House HBC, NWC posts  
         
  Saskatchewan Cumberland House HBC, 1774  
  Fort Carlton HBC, 1795 - 1885  
  Fort Pitt HBC post; site of signing of Treaty No. 6  
  Fort Qu'Appelle HBC fort; site of negotiations for Treaty No. 4  
  Ile-à-la-Crosse HBC fur trade site  
  Fort-à-la-Corne Fur trade posts 1753 - 1932  
  Fort Pelly Remains of HBC post  
  Fort Espérance Remains of 2 NWC posts  
         
  Manitoba Fort Churchill HBC built by Samuel Hearne, 1783  
  Fort Prince of Wales HBC, built 18th c.  
  Norway House HBC post  
  Lower Fort Garry HBC  
  Fort Dauphin Fort originally built by la Vérendrye  
  York Factory 1684 - 1870s main HBC depot  
         
  Ontario Inverarden House Cornwall; 1816 private home of NWC trader John McDonald of Garth  
  Fort St. Pierre Original French post on Rainy Lake, 1731 - 1758; later Fort Frances  
  Moose Factory HBC, 1693  
  Ermatinger House Sault Ste. Marie; private residence of HBC factor; 1814 - 1823  
  Fort William NWC, 1803  
  Macdonell House Pointe-Fortune; Stone Palladian residence of prominent fur trader (1817-1819)  
         
  Quebec Lachine Fur trade era warehouse, 1803  
  Ste. Anne de Bellevue Canal Earlier canal on site 1843  
  Fort Témiscamingue French fur trade post  
         
  North West Territories Fort McPherson HBC, 1840  
  Fort Resolution HBC, 1821  
  Fort Simpson NWC, 1804; HBC, 1822  
  Fort Reliance Oldest continuously operating HBC post, 1833  

 

 

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