List of Hudson's Bay Company Trading Posts

List Of Hudson's Bay Company Trading Posts

This is a list of Hudson's Bay Company trading posts.

For the fur trade in general see North American fur trade and Canadian canoe routes (early). For some groups of related posts see Fort-Rupert for James Bay. Ottawa River, Winnipeg River, Assiniboine River fur trade and Saskatchewan River fur trade.

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