Historian Drew Crooks explains the origin of the 1843 Fort Nisqually site in DuPont as part the annual Hudson Bay Day event in 2012. The 19.96-acre DuPont site was once occupied by Fort Nisqually, a trading post established by the Hudson’s Bay Co., a fur-trading business based in London that had operations throughout Canada and the Northwest.
Historian Drew Crooks explains the origin of the 1843 Fort Nisqually site in DuPont as part the annual Hudson Bay Day event in 2012. The 19.96-acre DuPont site was once occupied by Fort Nisqually, a trading post established by the Hudson’s Bay Co., a fur-trading business based in London that had operations throughout Canada and the Northwest. Steve Bloom Staff file
Historian Drew Crooks explains the origin of the 1843 Fort Nisqually site in DuPont as part the annual Hudson Bay Day event in 2012. The 19.96-acre DuPont site was once occupied by Fort Nisqually, a trading post established by the Hudson’s Bay Co., a fur-trading business based in London that had operations throughout Canada and the Northwest. Steve Bloom Staff file