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Image No: NA-2622-7

Title: Tent town, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1883

Photographer/Illustrator: Thom, A.B., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: East of Elbow River

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Views / Calgary, Alberta - Buildings / Tents

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Image No: NA-2622-8

Title: Tent town of Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Date: June 18, 1883

Photographer/Illustrator: Anderton, G.T., Medicine Hat, Alberta

Remarks: From the south. Note Tipi in foreground with horse and cart driving by.

Subject(s): Medicine Hat, Alberta - Dwellings / Dwellings / Tipis / Tents / Medicine Hat, Alberta - Transportation / Horses in transportation / Wagons

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Image No: NA-2622-9

Title: Camp at Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Date: June 14, 1883

Photographer/Illustrator: Anderton, G.T., Medicine Hat, Alberta

Remarks: From the west. Note North-West Mounted police in group.

Subject(s): Medicine Hat, Alberta - Dwellings / Dwellings / Tents / Medicine Hat, Alberta - Views / Camps and camping / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Camps

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Image No: NA-2622-10

Title: First train across South Saskatchewan river, Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Date: 1883

Photographer/Illustrator: Anderton, G.T., Medicine Hat, Alberta

Subject(s): Medicine Hat, Alberta - Transportation / Railways - Locomotives / Railways - Bridges / Railways - Cars / Railways - Track / Medicine Hat, Alberta - Bridges / Rivers / South Saskatchewan River, Alberta

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Image No: NA-2622-11

Title: First train across South Saskatchewan river, Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Date: 1883

Photographer/Illustrator: Anderton, G.T., Medicine Hat, Alberta

Remarks: Number 2 train further advanced.

Subject(s): Medicine Hat, Alberta - Transportation / Railways - Locomotives / Railways - Bridges / Railways - Cars / Railways - Track / Medicine Hat, Alberta - Bridges / Rivers / South Saskatchewan River, Alberta

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Image No: NA-2622-1

Title: Peter Turner Bone, Calgary, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1884]

Remarks: Railway engineer who wrote "When the Steel went through". Arrived in Calgary in 1883.

Subject(s): Calgary, Alberta - Personalities

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Image No: NA-2622-12

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway engineers camp at Mount Stephen, Field, British Columbia.

Date: 1884

Photographer/Illustrator: Thom, A.B., Winnipeg, Manitoba

Remarks: Tents in foreground. Mout Stephen in background.

Subject(s): Tents / Camps and camping / Mount Stephen, British Columbia / Field, British Columbia - Dwellings

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Image No: NA-2622-13

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway survey team, Palliser, British Columbia.

Date: 1884

Remarks: In winter. Posing with equipment in front of tents.

Subject(s): Tents / Camps and camping / Palliser, British Columbia - Views / Palliser, British Columbia - Dwellings / Dwellings / Surveyors / Surveying / Surveying / Snow / Winter

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Image No: NA-2622-14

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway survey team, Palliser, British Columbia.

Date: 1884

Remarks: In winter. Posing with equipment in front of log cabin.

Subject(s): Camps and camping / Moberly House, British Columbia - Views / Moberly House, British Columbia - Dwellings / Dwellings / Surveyors / Surveying / Log cabins and buildings

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Image No: NA-2622-15

Title: Canadian Pacific Railway bridge over Ottertail Creek, British Columbia.

Date: 1884

Subject(s): Ottertail Creek, British Columbia - Views / Ottertail Creek, British Columbia - Bridges / Railways - Bridges / Canadian Pacific Railway - Bridges

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