According to Hill, Sir Rowland to Merivale, Herman 5 April 1859, CO 60:6, no. 3630, 42, the Europa was a British contract packet. Akrigg and Akrigg note that in May of 1835 the Europa had been at the mouth of the Nass River, trading blankets, rum, and tobacco for beaver skins.1
  • 1. G. P. V. Akrigg and H. B. Akrigg, British Columbia Chronicle, 1778-1846 (Victoria: Discovery Press, 1975), 290.
Mentions of this vessel in the documents