Dr. John McLoughlin, HBC Chief Factor at Fort Vancouver, was one of many people who played a prominant role in crafting the area's history.
National Park Service, Fort Vancouver NHS
From American Indian inhabitants to immigrants from the American Midwest; from Orkney Island laborers to African American Buffalo Soldiers; from Hawaiian Island sailors to French Canadian voyageurs, people have played an integral role in shaping the site's history.
As part of a continuing project, information about many of the people associated with the park and its history will be added.
For more information, please click on the Current Research link at the right or click on one of the specific links in the title bar above or below.
Did You Know?
Did you know that the Pacific Northwest’s first hospital, school, orchard, library, grist mill, saw mill, shipyard, and dairy were all established at the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Vancouver? Learn more about this by visiting Fort Vancouver National Historic Site! More...