McKay, Charles Richard

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Title: McKay, Charles Richard
Creator: Barkwell, Lawrence J.
Subject: McKay, Charles Richard, Métis History
Description: Charles McKay was born at Brandon House on the Assiniboine River. Charles was the son
of John McKay and Mary Favel, a Métisse. Charles McKay was proud of his Scottish heritage yet equally honoured his mother’s Cree-Métis background. As an entrepreneur, McKay was a gold miner, cattleman, real estate investor and harness-maker at various times in his work life, as well as a politician. Charles McKay died at Glencoe, Washington County, Oregon in May of 1873.
Publisher: Louis Riel Institute
Type: Text Document
Language: English
Date of Copyright: June 23, 2008
Coverage: Red River, Oregon
GDI Media Filename: 18497147-CharThe-Red-River-Metis-Settle-in-the-Oregon-Territory.pdf

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