Dundas, Lieutenant Adam D.
Dundas spent two years during the mid 1840s as a Royal Navy officer in the Hudson's Bay Company territory on the Pacific Slope, based in Fort Vancouver. In 1848, after his return to London, he wrote a letter attacking the management of the HBC in the area, and claimed that the company's whole system … would be wholly, and totally inapplicable to the nursing of a young Colony.1
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Fort Vancouver