Item is-jas-pa 10-2 - The George girls at Fitzhugh, Jasper National Park, Alberta.

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The George girls at Fitzhugh, Jasper National Park, Alberta.

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JAS jas-2539-is-jas-pa 10-2

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  • [ca. 1914] (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 18 cm

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Near the end of 1910 the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway established a divisional point at mile 112 (as measured from the McLeod River), near a plateau between the Miette and Athabasca Rivers. It was called Fitzhugh after the vice-president and general manager of the railway, E. H. Fitzhugh. By 1911 the Canadian government had decided to make Fitzhugh the administration center for Jasper National Park. The town survey completed in mid 1913 was approved one year later. development of the town began in earnest during the summer of 1913. The first change was to rename the town Jasper, the name by which it is known today.<br><br>

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