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The Christian Association gathered at Park Hall, Niagara Falls, Ontario.

  • CA GPR 0002-0002.01-0002.01.02-0002.01.02.001
  • Item
  • [ca. 1908]
  • Part of Beth Sheehan fonds

The Christian Association gathered at Park Hall, Niagara Falls, ca. 1908. The photograph includes the following people who all came to Beaverlodge Alberta to live, except those listed in brackets. Back row: Mrs. I.E. Gaudin, 2nd person; Mrs. Mac Miller, 6th; Mr. R. Lossing, end. 2nd row: Rev. Albert Truax, 2nd; Mrs. Albright Senior, 4th; (Miss Forrester, 8th; Mr. Tucker, 9th; Mr. Pratt, 10th). 3rd row: Mrs. Wilkie, 2nd; Mr. Wilkie, 3rd; (Guineviere Partridge, 5th); Mrs. Cranston. 4th row: Mr. Crabbe, 1st; Mrs. Elias Smith, 3rd; (Miss Hill, 4th; Mr. Fink, 9th); Mr. I.E. Gaudin, 10th. Front row: Darcy Gaudin, 3rd.

Beth Sheehan, Historian

The sub-series consists of an index of material collected from pioneers in the Peace Country of Alberta by York University; a source list of material compiled in the Provincial Archives of Alberta on the Grande Prairie area before 1982; lists of archival material donated by Beth Sheehan to the Provincial Archives and the Grande Prairie Public Library; and cards with the names of Clairmont residents prepared for the 1978 Census.

Valhalla Lutheran Church

The Valhalla Lutheran Church in the early 1920s. This photograph was time exposure taken at midnight.

Grande Prairie Catholic Church

Image shows a woman on horseback, beside another horse, standing in front of the Roman Catholic Church and cemetery. The first Roman Catholic Mission to be established in the Grande Prairie District was built by Father Alac with the aid of Brother Mathias about 1909. The Catholic population at this time consisted of about 20 Cree families located around the Flying Shot Lake area. The title is taken from the caption on the back of the photograph.

Mrs. Alexander Forbes

Agnes Forbes, wife of Rev. Alexander Forbes, taken at Spirit River on their first trip to Grande Prairie in 1909. They established the first Protestant Church at Grande Prairie, on the banks of Bear Creek.

Agnes Forbes Auxiliary fonds

  • CA GPR 0026
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1929

The fonds consists of one minute book containing the minutes of the club from April 28,1916 to February 28, 1929.

Agnes Forbes Auxiliary

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