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"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.

"Big 7" Company

The "Big 7" Company Ltd., a threshing company, operating at Lake Saskatoon in the Grande Prairie district. Equipment shown includes a threshing machine and a steam engine. Various buildings are visible in the background.

Used in "Edson to Grande Prairie Trail," p. 94.

"Blow Out"

A group of young people stop to fix a blown out tire on their way to the Wapiti for a picnic in July 1919.


Henry Selby's 1905 survey crew sometimes had to survey through "brule", land littered with fallen timber caused by forest fires or strong winds.

"Cracker Jack" Feed and Livery Barn

A group of men, horses and a sleigh in front of "Lloyd & Son Feed & Livery Transfer & Storage". E.J. Holtom was the proprietor of the "Cracker Jack" feed, livery, and transfer barn in Edson, Alberta, the beginning of the Edson Trail.

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