Opening New Markets: The British Army and the Old Northwest

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1.
John Watts to Isaac Barre, 28 February 1762, Virginia D.Harrington, The New York Merchant on the Eve of the Revolution (New York: Columbia University Press, 1935), p. 310.
2.
Harrington, p. 167.
3.
Harold A.Innis, “Interrelations between the Fur Trade of Canada and the United States,” Mississippi Valley Historical Review, vol. 20 (December 1933), p. 322; Askin Papers in the Burton Historical Collections of the Detroit Public Library, vol. B4, 10 May 1761; Harrington, p. 167; Chart J, New York, Pennsylvania, Quebec, and Hudson’s Bay Co. Exports and Imports to and from England, Walter S.Dunn, Jr., “Western Commerce, 1760–1774,” Ph.D. Dis., University of Wisconsin, 1971, p. 255.
4.
Harrington, p. 316.
5.
Governor Moore to Secretary Conway, 21 December 1765, Edmund B. O’Callaghan and Fernold Berthold, eds., Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, 15 vols. (Albany: Weed, Parsons, 1853–1887) [NYCD], vol. 7, p. 802; R.H.Fleming, “Phyn, Ellice and Co. of Schenectady,” Contributions to Canadian Economics, vol. 4 (1932), p. 12.
6.
Fleming, p. 17.
7.
Daniel Campbell to Sons of Liberty, 14 November 1769, Sir William Johnson, The Papers of Sir William Johnson, 14 vols. (Albany: The State University of New York Press, 1921–1965) [JMss], vol. 7, p. 251.
8.
Phyn and Ellice to Hayman Levy, 9 May 1768, Phyn & Ellis Papers, Microfilm in the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society [PEBF].
9.
John Bradstreet, “Statement on Indian Affairs, 1764,” printed in Franklin B. Hough, Diary of the Siege of Detroit… (Albany: J.Munsell, 1860), p. 144.
10.
Harrington, pp. 235–36.
11.
“The Hudson River Sloop,” published by Hudson River Sloop Restoration, Inc.
12.
Wetherhead to Johnson, 23 November 1767, JMss, vol. 5, p. 816.
13.
Harrington, p. 233.
14.
Harold A.Innis, The Fur Trade in Canada (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1930), p. 177.
15.
Phyn and Ellice to Hayman Levy, 20 May 1769, PEBF.
16.
John Lees, Journal of [John Lees] a Quebec Merchant (Detroit: Society of the Colonial Wars of the State of Michigan, 1911), p. 43; Edward Pierce Hamilton, The French and Indian War (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1962), pp. 4, 6, 38.
17.
Wayne E.Stevens, The Northwest Fur Trade, 1763–1800 (Urbana: University of Illinois, 1928), pp. 16, 18–19.
18.
Innis, Fur Trade, pp. 219–20.
19.
Innis, Fur Trade, p. 213; Stevens, p. 151.
20.
Johnson to Lords of Trade, 20 January 1764, NYCD, vol. 7, p. 600.
21.
Johnson to Eyre, 29 January 1764, Bradstreet, p. 231.
22.
Contract, 2 September 1767, Canadian Archives Report 1885 (Ottawa: [Canadian Archives], 1885), p. 167.
23.
January 1766, General Thomas Gage Papers [Gage Papers] in Clements Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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