trading post here

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  • The city was named for Bill Osborne, who established a trading post here.
  • The Dutch themselves intended to establish a trading-post here, but they were driven away by the arrival of the English. ...
  • He built a house and trading post here in 1753 after moving from the Cumberland Valley. ...
  • The Dutch built a trading post here in 1680. ...
  • The situation of the village is similar to Romano-British sites in the area, and there may have been a Roman military camp and trading post here. ...
  • In 1633, the Plymouth Company established a trading post here to conduct business with the Native Americans. ...
  • Gaines established an Indian trading post here in 1809. ...
  • Joseph Bertrand, a French Canadian, had a trading post here by 1812. ...
  • Later, Auguste P. Chouteau established a trading post here and renamed the place Camp Mason. ...
  • The Hubbell family had a trading post here between 1880 and1882. ...
  • The Dutch were the first to open trade between Europe and Ada in the 16th century and built a new trading post here in 1775. ...
  • Whitmore Knaggs established a trading post here in 1820 to exchange goods for furs with the local Ojibwe.
  • The city was named for Lieutenant Lancaster Lupton, who built a trading post here on the Adobe Creek in 1840.
  • The Hudson Bay Company have had a Trading Post here since 1855, Mr. Alexander McKenzie having been their agent for the last six years. ...
  • In the first half of the 14th century German settlers acquired the Elbe meadows between Rathmannsdorf and Postelwitz from the feudal estate of Hohnstein and founded a trading post here. ...
  • One family of mixed Osage blood that lived at Little Town before the Civil War was the John Allan Mathews family, who operated a blacksmith/gunsmith shop on the site and ran a trading post here, as well as one at Osage Mission and one at Fort Gibson. ...
  • Nicolet founded a small trading post here in 1634, originally named La Baye or La Baie des Puants (French for "the stinking Bay"). ...