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Fort George Site

A good example of the work of historic period archaeologists. This excavation of a hearth was undertaken at Fort George: a late 18th century fur trade post on the North Saskatchewan River.

A good example of the work of historic period archaeologists. This excavation of a hearth was undertaken at Fort George: a late 18th century fur trade post on the North Saskatchewan River.

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