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Image No: PA-3760-3

Title: Ed and Eva Nagle at Athabasca Landing enroute to Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories.

Date: September 25, 1895

Remarks: L-R: unknown; Eva Nagle; Ed Nagle; Mr. Stagg.

Subject(s): Boats and boating

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Image No: PA-3760-1

Title: Ed Nagle and family in front of house at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.

Date: August 1897

Remarks: L-R: Ed Nagle; Geraldine Nagle; Eva Nagle.

Subject(s): Dwellings / Dogs

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Image No: PA-3760-4

Title: Old Fort Rae, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.

Date: [ca. 1897]

Photographer/Illustrator: Hislop, Jim

Remarks: Annotated: "The original Fort Rae taken by James Hislop from his York boat about 1897...This picture was taken before Hislop and Nagle Company moved to the present site of New Fort Rae. Old Fort Rae is 45 miles south on Fort Point." Hudson's Bay Company post shown at left; Oblate mission, centre; Metis settlement, far right.

Subject(s): Fort Rae, Northwest Territories - Views / Rivers

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Image No: PA-3760-5

Title: Ed Nagle's cariole on Jasper Avenue across from the Alberta Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta.

Date: 1898

Remarks: Regular stock buying trip to provision Hislop and Nagle Company trading posts. L-R: Mr. Duffle (trail breaker); Mr. Jacobs; Mr. Lafferty; Ed Nagle (in cariole).

Subject(s): Edmonton, Alberta - Transportation / Dogs / Sleighs and sledges

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Image No: PA-3760-15

Title: Fort Rae, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Originally called Hislop's Post. First building on site built by Jim Hislop in 1890 (far left). Ted Nagle lived here with the Hislops from July 1903 to July 1904.

Subject(s): Fort Rae, Northwest Territories - Views

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Image No: PA-3760-17

Title: North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) Inspector Routledge and Ed Nagle on the Athabasca River, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1900

Remarks: L-R: unknown; Inspector Routledge; Ed Nagle; unknown; unkown.

Subject(s): Rivers / Canoes and canoeing / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3760-18

Title: Dr. Robert Bell returning from Pine Point.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Dr. Robert Bell (seated) was a geologist with the Department of Mines, Ottawa who travelled to the Great Slave Lake area to examine mineral deposits. He was accompanied by his nephew, James Mackintosh Bell (far left).

Subject(s): Geologists / Canoes and canoeing

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Image No: PA-3760-19

Title: Dr. Robert Bell returning from Pine Point.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Dr. Robert Bell (seated at rear), a geologist with the Department of Mines, travelled to the Great Slave Lake area to examine ore deposits. He was accompanied by his nephew, James Mackintosh Bell.

Subject(s): Geologists / Cooking / Game and game birds

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Image No: PA-3760-21

Title: Hislop and Nagle Company post at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Annotated by Ted Nagle: "1. house where we lived; 2. store; 3. warehouse; 4. office; 5. ice and meat house; 6. pen for Husky pups; [7. ice house]. Eva Nagle and Gerry at left of door [of house]. Indian tents in foreground."

Subject(s): Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories - Buildings / Fur trade

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Image No: PA-3760-22

Title: Hislop and Nagle Company post at Fort Resolution, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Annotated by Ted Nagle: "house, right; warehouse; store; office; meat house." At far right: Ed and Eva Nagle with daughter, Geraldine.

Subject(s): Fort Resolution, Northwest Territories - Buildings / Fur trade

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