Item is-jas-pa 18-54 - The Lobstick, Jasper National Park, Alberta.

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The Lobstick, Jasper National Park, Alberta.

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JAS jas-2562-is-jas-pa 18-54

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  • [ca. 1935] (Creation)
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1 photograph : b&w ; 9 x 15 cm

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Moberly Lobstick. This tree is one bare of branches below the top. The Indians climbed up and removed all branches below the top. This tree was living when this picture was taken and identified by Curly Phillips and one of the Moberly men. The "Lob Tree" or "Lobstick" on the bank of the Athabasca River, east of Jasper. Believed to have been cut by Michael Gauthier, who lived at Henry House Flats, for the meeting in 1872 of Walter Moberly, C.P.R. surveyor and Sanford Fleming, Engineer/Chief of C.P.R. The latter was traveling from the east, and Moberly from the west.<br><br>

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