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|Aluminum Project An aluminum production project at Kitimat on
the west coast during the 1950s.
|French Fishing A French fishing station in Newfoundland, 1844,
on the western shore.
|Nootka Indian House A West Coast Indian house at Nootka
Sound, engraved for a 1784 collection of Voyages Round the World ... of Captain
|First National C.P.R. Train The first C.P.R. train that went across
Canada, taking a load of passengers from Montreal to Port Moody, seen here at Port Arthur, in
|Powell River Dam The hydro-power dam at Powell River, British
|Steam-Logging A train load of Douglas firs (52 cars), to be
towed away from the waterside in log rafts, by steam tugs heading to mills along the Pacific
|C.P.R. in the Selkirks The C.P.R. line amid the Selkirk
|Drying Meat Drying meat outside an Indian family's tent near the
Stikine River, British Columbia, 1899.
|Great Bluff Mule team and wagon at the Great Bluff along the
Thompson River in British Columbia.
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