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The naming of the Yellowhead Pass

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Listen as historian Michael Payne explains how the Yellowhead Pass got its name. As it turns out Pierre Bostonais' ("Tete Jaune") an Iroquois trapper served as the inspiration for the name. To learn more about Tete Jaune's adventures please listen.


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