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Land, settlement and immigration* Avec objets numériques
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Grande Prairie City

Grande Prairie City under construction soon after it was surveyed in 1910.

Leaving for the Peace.

  • CA GPR 0193-0193.02-0193.02.02-0193.02.02.08
  • Pièce
  • [ca. 1914]
  • Fait partie de Trelle family fonds

The Zimmerman family just before the trip to Pouce Coupe. Grandpa Zimmerman, Lester Davis, Albert Olin and Roy Zimmerman in coats and hats, ready for the journey.

On theTrail.

  • CA GPR 0193-0193.02-0193.02.04-0193.02.04.01
  • Pièce
  • [ca. 1910]
  • Fait partie de Trelle family fonds

A rest stop in the woods on the trail to the Peace River Country. This was presumably part of the Trelle family's journey.

On theTrail.

  • CA GPR 0193-0193.02-0193.02.04-0193.02.04.02
  • Pièce
  • [ca. 1910]
  • Fait partie de Trelle family fonds

A river crossing and stopping place on the trail, presumably part of the Trelle family's journey to the Peace River Country.

Rupert Clough

Rupert Clough in front of his log home. Rupert, or "Bob", was a very well educated person and was known as a teacher, an ordained minister, a published writer and poet, an avid reader, and a photographer. Rupert was born in England and immigrated to Canada, settling first in Northern Ontario and later at Sturgeon Lake in 1912. Here he worked as a manager for the Hudson's Bay and Revillon Freres Trading Posts, before establishing his own trading post in 1918. In 1937 Rupert Clough moved to Valleyview and opened a new store on the main street. Rupert stayed in the business until 1954 when he retired.

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