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  1. Gravesite of Twelve Foot Davis
  2. Twelve Foot Davis Trading Post
  3. Saint Andrew's Catholic Church
  4. Andrew's Hardware at Fort MacLeod
  5. The Anglican Mission at Dunvegan
  6. Painted Hide (Buffalo Hide?)
  7. Artist's Conception of Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
  8. Artist's Conception of Fort Victoria
  9. Athabasca Landing
  10. Athabasca Landing
  11. Athabasca Landing
  12. Athabasca Landing
  13. The First Public School in Athabasca
  14. Athabasca River
  15. Athabasca United Church
  16. Athabasca United Church
  17. Cairn for a mass grave of Beaver Indians
  18. Mass grave of Beaver Indians
  19. Bedroom at Fort Whoop-Up
  20. Bell Tower at Fort Whoop-Up
  21. Bishop Grandin Residence
  22. Bishop Grandin Residence
  23. Blacksmith shop at Fort Whoop-Up
  24. Tools for the Blacksmith shop at Fort Whoop-Up
  25. A Building at Fort MacLeod
  26. Interpretive panel at the Buckingham House Site
  27. Horseyard at the Buckingham House Site
  28. "Little Man" at the Buckingham House Site
  29. Site of the Hudson Bay Company's Buckingham House
  30. Site of the Hudson Bay Company's Buckingham House
  31. Site of the Hudson Bay Company's Buckingham House
  32. Site of the Hudson Bay Company's Buckingham House
  33. Fur Traders carrying a canoe
  34. Cart
  35. Fort Whoop-Up
  36. Christ Church
  37. The Cemetery at Christ Church
  38. An Icon at Christ Church
  39. The Mission at Christ Church
  40. Mission Gravesite at Christ Church
  41. Sign for the Christ Church Mission
  42. The Clerks Quarters at Fort Victoria
  43. The Clerks Quarters at the Victoria Settlement
  44. The Clerks Quarters at the Victoria Settlement
  45. Gateway to the Clerks Quarters at the Victoria Settlement
  46. Coaches at Fort Whoop-Up
  47. The Courtyard Ford MacLeod
  48. Duncan's Reserve
  49. Children's Room at the Dunvegan Site
  50. Trail towards the Dunvegan Ferry (1930's)
  51. Grounds at the Dunvegan Site
  52. A Fur Traders Journal from the Dunvegan Site
  53. Altar at the Dunvegan Mission
  54. Room of a Brother at the Dunvegan Mission
  55. Church at the Dunvegan Mission
  56. Priest's Room at the Dunvegan Mission
  57. Rectory at the Dunvegan Mission
  58. The Original Site of Dunvegan
  59. A Plaque at Fort Dunvegan
  60. Dunvegan Rectory
  61. A Rectory Chapel at Fort Dunvegan
  62. Trading Fur for Rifles, Dunvegan Site
  63. Trading Fur for Rifles, Dunvegan Site
  64. The Dunvegan Site
  65. Saint Charles Mission at Dunvegan
  66. The Saint Charles Mission Rectory
  67. An Early Homestead
  68. The Exterior of Fort Whoop-Up
  69. Factor's House at Dunvegan
  70. Fort Whoop-Up seen from far away
  71. Father Albert Lacombe
  72. Father Lacombe Chapel
  73. A Catholic Church at Father Lacombe Chapel in Saint Albert
  74. A Plaque at the Father Lacombe Chapel
  75. A Statue of Father Albert Lacombe at Father Lacombe Chapel
  76. Ferry Landing at the Victoria Settlement
  77. First Bridge at Saint Albert
  78. First School and First Bridge at Saint Albert
  79. First School at Saint Albert
  80. Fish Creek Church
  81. The Gate at Fish Creek Church
  82. Profile of Fish Creek Church
  83. Fort Dunvegan
  84. Fort MacLeod
  85. The Cannon at Fort MacLeod
  86. Interior of Fort Calgary
  87. The Palisade at Fort Calgary
  88. Fort Calgary
  89. The Cairn at Fort Fork
  90. Facts about Fort Fork
  91. Information about Fort Fork
  92. The Legend of Fort Fork
  93. A Plaque at Fort Fork
  94. The Fort Fork Site
  95. The Cairn at Fort George
  96. The Cairn at Fort George
  97. Palisade at Fort George
  98. A Foundation Post at Fort George
  99. A Foundation Post at Fort George
  100. A Foundation Post at Fort George
  101. Site of the North West Company's Fort George
  102. Site of the North West Company's Fort George
  103. Site of the North West Company's Fort George
  104. Flagpole at Fort George
  105. A view of the Fort George Site
  106. A building on Mainstreet, Fort MacLeod
  107. A cairn at Fort MacLeod
  108. A cannon at Fort MacLeod
  109. A chair at Fort MacLeod
  110. A coach at Fort MacLeod
  111. A coach at Fort MacLeod
  112. Dining Table at Fort MacLeod
  113. Dispensary at Fort MacLeod
  114. Historic Mainstreet at Fort MacLeod
  115. Living Room at Fort MacLeod
  116. Red Ensign at Fort MacLeod
  117. Description of the Red Ensign
  118. Redcoat Trail at Fort MacLeod
  119. Courtyard at Fort MacLeod
  120. The Stevens Building at Fort MacLeod
  121. The Stevens Building at Fort MacLeod
  122. Look-out Tower at Fort MacLeod
  123. Close-up look of Tower at Fort MacLeod
  124. The Wall at Fort MacLeod
  125. Fort Saint John Trail
  126. Homestead at Fort Victoria
  127. Homestead at Fort Victoria
  128. Homestead at Fort Victoria
  129. Inside the Clerks Quarters at Fort Victoria
  130. Inside the Clerks Quarters at Fort Victoria
  131. Inside the Clerks Quarters at Fort Victoria
  132. The Kitchen at Fort Victoria
  133. Trade Goods from Fort Victoria
  134. The Wall at Fort Victoria
  135. Fort Whoop-Up
  136. An aerial view of Fort Whoop-Up
  137. An aerial view of Fort Whoop-Up
  138. A plaque from Fort Whoop-Up
  139. Fur being Traded
  140. A map of Fur Trade areas
  141. The Fur Trade at Peace River
  142. Artist's depiction of Fur Traders on a Canoe
  143. Boxes and furs at Fort Whoop-Up
  144. George Lake Cemetery
  145. George Lake Cemetery
  146. George Millward
  147. Bishop Emile Grandin
  148. Gravesite at Morley Mission
  149. Gravesite at Morley Mission
  150. Grouard Cemetery
  151. North West Mounted Police Barracks at Grouard
  152. Saint Bernard Church at Grouard
  153. A Hudson's Bay Company Post from the 1920's
  154. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  155. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  156. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  157. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  158. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  159. Hudson's Bay Trading Post at Grouard
  160. Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
  161. Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
  162. Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
  163. Church of Nazarene at High River
  164. Church of Nazarene at High River
  165. Church of Nazarene at High River
  166. Church of Nazarene at High River
  167. Fort Whoop-Up
  168. The Homestead of Henri Paquette
  169. Interior of Morley Mission
  170. Interior of Morley Mission
  171. Interior of Morley Mission
  172. Saint Augustine Mission
  173. Trading Post at Fort Whoop-Up
  174. John Palliser
  175. Kicking Horse Pass
  176. Kitchen at Fort Whoop-Up
  177. Kitchen-Stove at Fort Whoop-Up
  178. Father Albert Lacombe, Crowfoot and Three Bulls
  179. Father Lacombe at his Midnapore Home
  180. The Livery at Fort Whoop-Up
  181. Sir Alexander Mackenzie
  182. Mackenzie's Fireplace
  183. Mackenzie's Fireplace
  184. Mackenzie's Fireplace
  185. McLeod's Fort
  186. Gravesite of Abigail McDougall, first wife of John McDougall
  187. McDougall Church
  188. McDougall Church
  189. Gravesite of George McDougall's Daughters
  190. Gravesite of George McDougall's Daughters
  191. Portrait of George McDougall
  192. John McDougall, Son of George McDougall
  193. Gravesite of Bishop Emile Grandin
  194. Original site of the Victoria Mission House
  195. Morinville Rectory
  196. Morley Church
  197. Morley Church
  198. Morley Church
  199. Morley Mission
  200. Morley Mission
  201. Morley Mission
  202. Morley Mission
  203. Morley Mission
  204. Site of the original Morley Mission
  205. View of the North Saskatchewan River
  206. North West Company Emblem
  207. The Notre Dame at Morinville
  208. Notre Dame Convent
  209. Notre Dame Convent
  210. North West Mounted Police Barracks at Grouard
  211. North West Mounted Police Barracks at Grouard
  212. North West Mounted Police Barracks at Grouard
  213. North West Mounted Police Barracks at Grouard
  214. North West Mounted Police Headquarters at Fort Whoop-Up
  215. North West Mounted Police Sleeping Quarters at Fort Whoop-Up
  216. Oldman River at Fort MacLeod
  217. Oldman River at Fort MacLeod
  218. Pakan United Church
  219. Pakan United Church
  220. Pakan United Church
  221. Peace River
  222. Peace River
  223. Peace River
  224. Peace River Valley
  225. Peace River Valley
  226. Plaque for North West Mounted Police
  227. Queen's Hotel at Fort MacLeod
  228. Rectory
  229. Rectory at Andrews Church
  230. Red River Cart
  231. Red River Cart
  232. Red River Cart
  233. Portrait of Robert Rundle
  234. Portrait of Robert Rundle and wife
  235. Hunting Cabin belonging to Sergeant K. F. Anderson
  236. Hunting Cabin belonging to Sergeant K. F. Anderson
  237. Shaftesbury Mission Barn
  238. Shaftesbury Mission Barn
  239. Shaftesbury Trail
  240. Shaftesbury Trail
  241. Shaftesbury Trail
  242. Saint Augustine Dormatory
  243. Saint Augustine Mission
  244. Saint Augustine Mission
  245. Saint Charles Mission Church
  246. Saint Charles Mission Church Restored
  247. Saint Jean Baptise Church
  248. Saint Jean Baptise Church
  249. Saint Luke Anglican Church
  250. Saint Luke Anglican Church
  251. Saint Luke Anglican Church History
  252. Saint Luke Anglican Church
  253. Saint Luke Anglican Church
  254. Saint Patrick's Church
  255. Statue of North West Mounted Police
  256. Statue of North West Mounted Police
  257. Teepee at Fort George
  258. The Beaver Nation
  259. Trade Room at Fort Whoop-Up
  260. Treeline
  261. Twelve Foot Davis
  262. Original Gravesite of Twelve Foot Davis
  263. Plaque for the Original Gravesite of Twelve Foot Davis
  264. Victoria Mission House
  265. Victoria Trail
  266. Victoria Trail
  267. War Memorial
  268. The main street of Fort MacLeod
  269. York Boat

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