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Ti-Ti-Pu A Boy of Red River

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Ti-Ti-Pu A Boy of Red River
This is how it befell. Thomas Douglas, Earl of Selkirk, thought that a flourishing colony right in the midst of the rich hunting-grounds of the Hudson's Bay Company, in which he was interested, would prove no less a benefit to the natives than an excellent thing for the colonists.

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