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Three men and a horse.

Cardboard frame with photograph adhered in centre, showing three men and a horse in front of a grove of trees. Possibly taken in St. Andrews, Manitoba.

Clarke Family

Clarke family en route from High Prairie to Simonette in March 1936. Left to right: Don, Fay, Eileen, and Olga Clarke, and Hank Williscroft.

Used in "Across the Smoky," p. 244.

Berry Picking Trip

Mrs. Irene Taylor and Mrs. Anna Bronson and daughters in a wagon on a berry picking trip.

Used in "Across the Smoky", p. 319.

D. D. McArthur and Children

D. D. McArthur and children at the Lake with a load of white fish to sell. The McArthur store (at Sturgeon Heights?) is visible in the background.

Used in "Across the Smoky", p. 18.

Last Outfit to Cross the Athabasca River

The last outfit, a wagon pulled by four horses, to cross the Athabasca River in 1917, which was the last year the government operated a ferry between there and the Baptiste River.

Used in "Edson to Grande Prairie Trail", p. 245.

"A Bad Piece of Road"

Travelling over a poorly constructed portion of the Long Trail. The photograph is from Nurses Baird and Drynan's book of poetry, "Meditations While Migrating", on their trip from Grande Prairie to Edmonton.

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