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Transportation and Communication - Trails
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Item Number
R-D2184-58
Item Date
1955


"The early cart trails, telegraph lines, and steamboat routes in Saskatchewan."

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Reference Number:
R-D2184-58
Media Type:
map
Photographer:
A. Davey - illustrator.
Keywords:
Steamboat Routes; Telegraph Lines; Cart Trails


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Image Preview R-D2184-58 Map 01 - "The early cart trails, telegraph lines, and steamboat routes in Saskatchewan."
Image Preview Newspaper PDF Document 02 - The Battleford Herald published a list of distances to assist travelers on the established trails.
Image Preview R-A9674-2 Photograph 03 - A portion of the MacDonald Trail along the Saskatchewan River. This was the first trail near Nipawin.
Image Preview R-A3918 Photograph 04 - The Battleford trail along the edge of the North Saskatchewan River.
Image Preview R-A500 Photograph 05 - On the prairie there were a few trails left behind by the Red River carts.
Image Preview R-A4372 Photograph 06 - "North of Prince Albert, wagons cut through the forest along established trails."
Image Preview R-A6362-1 Photograph 07 - Bridges didn't exist on most trails.
Image Preview R-A6363-2 Photograph 08 - Trails eventually formed the basis for roads, such as this one running through the bush west of Lake Lenore.
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