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The St Andrews rectory was built in the Red River settlement and is representative of many of the buildings that were built between the 1840's and the 1860's. It was built for the Reverend William Cockran and was one of the first stone structures in the settlement.

Several other similar buildings were built in the settlement after the Rectory was completed and most of those were used or occupied by retired officers of the Hudson Bay Company.



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