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Douglas, Thomas
Douglas, Thomas (comte de Selkirk)
Douglas, Thomas (Earl of Selkirk)
Selkirk (Earl of)
Selkirk (Lord)
Selkirk, Thomas D.
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas (5th Earl of)
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas (comte de)
Selkirk, Thomas Douglas (Earl of)
Thomas Douglas, 5. Earl of Selkirk (schottischer Philanthrop)
Thomas Douglas, 5. hrabia Selkirk (szkocki arystokrata)
Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk (Brits filantroop (1771-1820))
Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk (Scottish Earl)
Thomas Douglas (cinquième comte de Selkirk)
Thomas Douglas, Selkirkin 5. jaarli
Thomas Douglas, V conte di Selkirk
Dates: 
1771-1820
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Bibliothèque nationale du Québec
Colonie de la rivière Rouge
Hudson's Bay Co
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Manitoba Record Society
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
North West Company
Semple, Robert (1777-1816)
White, Patrick C. T.
White, Patrick Cecil Telfer (1924-)
Titles: 
collected writings of Lord Selkirk, 1810-1820, The
Esquisse du commerce de pelleteries des Anglois, dans l'Amérique septentrionale, avec des observations relatives à la Compagnie du Nord-Ouest de Montréal.
Henry's journal, covering adventures and experiences in the fur trade on the Red River, 1799-1801 ...
letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq., chairman of the committee at the Crown and Anchor, on the subject of parliamentary reform, A
letter to the earl of Liverpool, 1819., A
Lord Selkirk's diary, 1803-1804
Narratives of John Pritchard, Pierre Chrysologue Pambrun, and Frederick Damien Heurter : respecting the aggressions of the North-West Company, against the earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon Red River.
Observations on the present state of the Highlands of Scotland with a view of the causes and probable consequences of emigration
On the civilization of the Indians in British America
On the necessity of a more effectual system of national defence, and the means of establishing the permanent security of the kingdom
Red River settlement. Papers in the Canadian archives relating to the pioneers;
Report of the proceedings connected with the disputes between the Earl of Selkirk and the North-West Company at the assizes, held at York, in Upper Canada, October, 1818.
Selkirk settlement, 1887:
Sketch of the british fur trade in north america
Statement respecting the earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River in North America : its destruction in 1815 and 1816; and the massacre of governor Semple and his party : with observations upon a recent publications, entitled, "A narrative of occurences in the Indian countries," etc.
Substance of the speech of Sir James Montgomery, bart. in the house of commons : on the 24th of June, 1819, on bringing forward his motion relative to the petition of Mr. John Pritchard, of the Red River Settlement.
Substance of the speech of the Earl of Selkirk, in the House of lords, Monday, August 10, 1807, on the defence of the country.
To His Royal Highness the Prince Regent in council the memorial of Thomas, Earl of Selkirk.
Writings and papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk
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