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Lumber Car

Lumber Car

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Loaded lumber car bearing the label "Pacific Great Eastern 1112" Joe notes on the back "This load of White Pine was for Andy Devine at Devine. It was cut one saw cut thicker so he could resaw it to toy companies and kitchen cabinet makers. Size of load indicates the total of white pine on my timber sale".

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p320.24

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Tenquille Cabin

Tenquille Cabin

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John Jack's cabin at Tenquille Lake.

Date of Creation:

ca. 1920

Accession #:

p89.7

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Pack Train

Pack Train

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With Bert Perkins in the lead, Mrs. Ray Sargent on horseback, Nelson Fraser standing beside her. Cabin was John Jack's.

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p89.19

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Surveyor Group

Surveyor Group

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Four surveyors at Greer's cabin (above McCubbins' 1986), Jack Owens, T. Greer, F. Swannell, Sheldrup. Greer "arrested".

Date of Creation:

1910

Accession #:

p89.24

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J Miller Stopping Place

J Miller Stopping Place

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John Miller, Charlie Barbourand Alex Philip at Miller's Cabin.

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P 8.9

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Port Douglas Jail

Port Douglas Jail

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Cabin (jail) drawing at Port Douglas.

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p16.1

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Trap Cabin

Trap Cabin

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Located on the Fulton Lands upstream from the trestle. This cabin belonged to Bob Taylor and is believed to have been used for trapping but they also used to plant potatoes and turnips there in the summer. The cabin has been vandalized, at some point someone removed several of the roofing planks.

Date of Creation:

ca 1970

Accession #:

p328.8

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Trap Cabin

Trap Cabin

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Located on the Fulton Lands upstream from the trestle. This cabin belonged to Bob Taylor and is believed to have been used for trapping but they also used to plant potatoes and turnips there in the summer. The cabin has been vandalized, at some point someone removed several of the roofing planks.

Date of Creation:

ca 1970

Accession #:

p328.9

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