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Life on the Prairies - Log Houses
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R-A22946
Item Date
1874


A Métis log cabin, with a corral attached, in the Wood Mountain area.


While not as common as sod houses there were areas in the southern prairie that could support the building of log houses. In the central and northern areas of the grain belt log houses were common.

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R-A22946
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Log Houses; Metis


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Image Preview R-A22946 Photograph 1 - A Métis log cabin, with a corral attached, in the Wood Mountain area.
Image Preview R-A9689 Photograph 2 - The Ranger for the Beaver Hills Forest Reserve lived in this log cabin.
Image Preview R-A1528 Photograph 3 - Homesteaders outside their log house in the Marshall district.
Image Preview R-A7226-2 Photograph 4 - A family posing in front of their log house in the Preeceville area. The roof is covered with sod and the front with ta
Image Preview R-A9117 Photograph 5 - A mother and her daughter outside their log house in the Marshall district.
Image Preview R-A9489 Photograph 6 - This homesteader’s log shack was constructed in the Tullisville area.
Image Preview R-B7495-18 Photograph 7 - In the Riverhurst area, a homesteader built his house out of logs positioned vertically.
Image Preview R-A15386 Photograph 8 - A log addition being built onto the original house and store.
Image Preview R-A32659 Photograph 9 - As people moved into the northern grain belt, log homes were the common method of shelter.
Image Preview R-A32696 Photograph 10 - This log house was constructed near Nut Mountain.
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