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John McIntyre (~1855)
Description
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Photographs
Description
Portrait of John McIntyre, who was known as Governor McIntyre, chief factor of the Hudson's Bay post at Fort William from 1855 to 1878. Governor McIntyre was a world traveler, a man fluent in English, Gaelic, and Chippewa and spoke French and Russian as well. When he retired in 1878, he was appointed as Indian agent for Treaty no.3 and served in that position until 1897.

TBPL: From local history pamphlet file, LF TB - Biography-McIntyre, John
Notes
Governor, Hudson's Bay Company
Date of Original
circa 1855
Subject(s)
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.4001 Longitude: -89.31683
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Thunder Bay Public Library
Email:reference@tbpl.ca
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Brodie Resource Library

216 South Brodie Street

Thunder Bay, ON

P7E 1C2

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John McIntyre (~1855)


Portrait of John McIntyre, who was known as Governor McIntyre, chief factor of the Hudson's Bay post at Fort William from 1855 to 1878. Governor McIntyre was a world traveler, a man fluent in English, Gaelic, and Chippewa and spoke French and Russian as well. When he retired in 1878, he was appointed as Indian agent for Treaty no.3 and served in that position until 1897.

TBPL: From local history pamphlet file, LF TB - Biography-McIntyre, John