PETER POND BIBLIOGRAPHY
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- Butler, Beverly. The Fur Lodge, Dodd, Mead. 1959.
- Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins. The North West Company St. Martin's Press, New York, 1957.
- Cooke, Edgar D. "Peter Pond: Forgotten Developer of the North West," Alberta Historical Review. Winter 1974.
- Chalmers, John W., editor. The Land of Peter Pond. Occasional Publication No. 12 , 1974, Boreal Institute for Northern Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
- Daniells, Roy. Alexander Mackenzie and the North West. Barnes and Noble, New York, 1969.
- DeVoto, Bernard. The Course of Empire Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1952.
- Duckworth, Harry W., editor. The English River Book: A North West Company Journal and Account Book of 1786. McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal, 1990.
- Gates, Charles M., editor. Five Fur Traders of the Northwest. Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, 1964.
- Gilman, Carolyn, Woolworth, Alan R., research. The Grand Portage Story. Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, 1992.
- Gingras, Larry. "The Beaver Club Jewels." The Canadian Numismatic Research Society. 1972.
- Greenfield, Bruce, R., "Creating the Distance of Print: The Memoir of Peter Pond, Fur Trader." Early American Literature, 2002, Vol. 3, pages 415-438.
- Gough, Barry M. First Across the Continent: Sir Alexander Mackenzie. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.
- Hayes, Derek. First Crossing: Alexander Mackenzie, His Expedition Across North America and the Opening of the Continent, Sasquatch Books, Seattle. 2001.
- Huck, Barbara. Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America: Discover the Highways That Opened a Continent. A Time Traveler's Guide, Heartland Publications, Winnipeg. 2000.
- Innis, Harold Adams. Peter Pond, Fur Trader and Adventurer. Irwin and Gordon, Toronto, 1930.
- Innis, Harold Adams. The Fur Trade in Canada. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1999.
- Kelsey, Vera. Red River Runs North! Harper and Brothers, New York, 1951.
- Lavender, David. Winner Take All: The Trans-Canada Canoe Trail. McGraw-Hill Book Co., New York, 1977.
- Lavender, David. "First Crossing," American West Magazine, September 1977.
- Mackay, Douglas. The Honourable Company. Bobbs-Merrill, New York, 1936.
- Mackenzie, Sir Alexander. Voyages from Montreal on River St. Lawrence through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans; in the years 1789-1793 with a preliminary account of the Rise, Progress and Present State of The Fur Trade of That Country. Vol. I, New York, W.B. Gilley, 1814.
- McDonald, William N. III, FSA (Scot). "A Scot to Remember: Alexander Mackenzie, Explorer," Highlander Magazine. November-December 1980.
- McDonald, Bill. "Peter Pond." Canoe Magazine. March 1984.
- Mirsky, Jeannette. The Westward Crossings: Balboa, Mackenzie, Lewis and Clark. University of Chicago Press, 1946.
- Nettleton, De Witt Baldwin. Peter Pond. Read at a meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution at Milford, Connecticut, July 6, 1939. Presented during Milford's Tercentenary Celebration.
- Newman, Peter C. Caesars of the Wilderness, Company of Adventurers Volume II. Viking, New York, 1987.
- Parker, James. Emporium of the North: Fort Chipewyan and the Fur Trade to 1835. Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism/Canadian Plains Research Center. 1987.
- Pond, Mrs. Nathan Gillett. Introductory in "Journal of 'Sir' Peter Pond - Born in Milford, Connecticut, in 1740." The Connecticut Magazine, Vol. X, No. 2, Hartford and New Haven, 1906.
- Wagner, Henry B. Peter Pond: Fur Trader and Explorer. Yale University Library, 1955.
- Whyte, Jon, "Peter Pond, His True Confession." Stories from Western Canada: a selection by Rudy Wiebe, Macmillan of Canada, 1972.
- Work Projects Administration. History of Milford, Connecticut, 1639-1939. Milford Tercentenary Committee, 1939.
- Vail, Philip. The Magnificent Adventures of Alexander Mackenzie. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York, 1964.
- Van Kirk, Sylvia. Many Tender Ties: Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670-1870. Watson and Dwyer Publishing Ltd., Winnipeg, 1980.
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