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Old Fort Selkirk, a Hudson Bay trading post, burnt in 1851 by a party of Chilkat Indians because it interfered with their trade with the Tahk-heesh and other Indians. It has never been reguilt, and its chimneys, three in number, are all that is left to mark the spot, and these are buried in a poplar grove that almost overtops them

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