“EXPLORATIONS IN LABRADOR,”
BY HENRY YOULE HIND. VOL. II.
Vide Part XVI., p. 2638.
D. A. SMITH TO W. G. SMITH, LONDON.
RECORDS, HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.
S.S. Labrador, Indian Harbour,
13th August, 1867.
. . . . “Preparations as regards building materials etc. have been made for getting up a station near to the Moravian settlements where I think a profitable business may be expected to be done in course of a year or two and it will be a convenient halting place on the way to Ungava.
We have had no intelligence from Ungava, but it is believed that a good many of the Nascopie Indians frequenting Ft. Nascopie have gone to hunt in the direction of Ft. Chimo, where they will be removed from the influence of traders from the Gulf of St. Lawrence . . . .”