Puget Sound Agricultural Company

(Sir James Douglas era) Organized, 129; agricultural

interests of Hudson's Bay Company handed over to, 129; its farms,

129-130; checkered career, 130; McLoughlin first manager, 130; disputes

with United States, 130-131; claims settled by commission, 131; Douglas

succeeds McLoughlin as manager, 132; epidemic of fever and ague follows

first turning of soil about Fort Vancouver, 132; land claims on

Vancouver Island, 198; dispute with Langford, 199. =Bib.=: Bancroft,

History of the North-West Coast.