We do not know his name: Klatsassin and the Chilcotin War

Joseph Fielding

Joseph Fielding, a native of Derbyshire, England, was working with Waddington’s road crew when it was attacked at Bute Inlet on April 30, 1864. He was killed by a Tsilhqot’in warrior while sleeping in the tent he shared with James Campbell and Edward Mosely. Campbell was also shot dead while Mosely escaped relatively unscathed.

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