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Life on the Prairies - Medical Care
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R-A22945
Item Date
ca 1874


An ambulance used during the North American Boundary Commission survey.


Although the distances were vast and the population sparse, efforts were made to provide good medical care from the onset of settlement.

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Reference Number:
R-A22945
Media Type:
photograph
Notes:
North American Boundary Commission collection.
Keywords:
Ambulance


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Image Preview R-A22945 Photograph 1 - An ambulance used during the North American Boundary Commission survey.
Image Preview R-A6782 Photograph 2 - Dr. Gauthier, in the Duck Lake district, used a toboggan-like sled to make his rounds.
Image Preview R-A215-1 Photograph 3 - The Maple Creek hospital shortly after it opened.
Image Preview R-B9377 Photograph 4 - The Weyburn General Hospital.
Image Preview Rice Studio Album-22 Photograph 5 - Moose Jaw's General Hospital.
Image Preview R-A1890-1 Photograph 6 - "Advertisement for Dr. Chase's Menthol Bag, which was supposed to help people avoid the Spanish Flu of 1918."
Image Preview R-A1890-2 Photograph 7 - "Advertisement for Cutter's Respiratory vaccine, sold as a preventive measure against the Spanish Flu of 1918."
Image Preview VT R284 Video 8 - Fight Tuberculosis
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