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Fort Albany,

Canadian fur-trading post, N Ont., at the mouth of the Albany River on James Bay. It was founded (before 1682) by the Hudson's Bay Company as one of its earliest forts. In the Anglo-French struggle for the Hudson Bay trade, Fort Albany was taken by the French in 1686. It was recaptured by the British in 1693 and from 1697 to 1713 was the only post of the region in the British company's possession. It has continued as an important fur-trading post.

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Canadian fur-trading post, N Ont., at the mouth of the Albany River on James Bay. It was founded (before 1682) by the Hudson's Bay Company as one of its earliest forts.
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Anne's Indian Residential School in Fort Albany in his youth.
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A Cree from Fort Albany in northern Ontario, Wesley attended a residential school for ii years, and is now an ordained Anglican priest who works with the homeless and the aboriginal community at the diocese of Toronto's Urban Native Ministry.
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He took time out in 1690 to lead an expedition against Schenectady (in present-day New York State), then returned to the bay to recapture Fort Albany which had since been returned to the English.
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