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Echoes Along the Athabaska River: A History of Chisolm, Fawcett Lake, Forest View, Hondo, Lawrence Lake, Moose Portage, Otter Creek, Ranch, Smith, Smokey Creek

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Although the history of this area goes back to the 1700s when a North-West Company fort was situated where the Slave River flows into the Athabaska, most of our history takes place in the last 1800s and early 1900s up to the present day. Early history is concerned with the rivers and established trails, and the resultant settlement of the surrounding country. Early Mirror ...more
Hardcover, 611 pages
Published 1984 by Smith Half Century Plus Historical Book Committee
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Scott Harris
Aug 21, 2013 Scott Harris rated it really liked it
With some bias, I think this local history book is great having many stories of local characters and family members contained within. This was one of many of these books created in Canada between the late 1970s and mid 1980s, creating a legacy for some of the more remote and less populated areas from around the country.
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