Item is-jas-pa 49-3 - Flood at Tete Jaune Cache, British Columbia.

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Flood at Tete Jaune Cache, British Columbia.

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JAS jas-2537-is-jas-pa 49-3

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  • 1913 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w print ; 13 x 17 cm.

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Some of the buildings include a Pharmacy, Stationery, Pool Room, Van's Rooming House, Whitestein Rooms and Baths, Palmer's Lunch Counter, Fred Plant Lunch Counter, Mr. Cullagh Expert Watchmaker, Jeweler and Optician, a watch inspector, a lady barber, Dad's Restaurant (Mr. Renshaw), Van's Restaurant and a clothing store. Tete Jaune Cache started out as a tent town playing a major role in the construction of the two national railways (1910?), Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific. It was located at a natural crossroads at the head of navigation for the Fraser River. In it's hayday it had a population of 300 people. The Messer, Foley, Welsh and Stewart Dump (supply depot for railway construction) was located there. The original site of Tete Jaune Cache is now under the waters of the Fraser River. However a community with the same name is located nearby.<br><br>

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