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The children of Fort Langley
Fort Langley was a Hudson's Bay Company fur fort located in the Columbia District on Fraser's River. Between 1827 and 1895, approximately 108 men lived and worked at the three fort sites. This Web site, which is maintained by their descendants, attempts to gather as much information about them as possible.
Aboriginals, First Nations, Fur trade, Settlers
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