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Proposal for a Rapid Communication with the Pacific and the East, via British North America
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The city of Nelson : the metropolis of the far-famed mineral district of Kootenay
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Echoes of our past : Bradwell, Clavet and district
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An Investigation of the Unsettled Boundaries of Ontario
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Ottawa : recueil iconographique
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British Columbia for settlers: its mines, trade and agriculture
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History of British Columbia from its earliest discovery to the present time
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Who's who in western Canada
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Lands of plenty : British North America for health, sport and profit : a book for all travellers and settlers
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The golden north : a vast country of inexhaustable gold fields, and a land of illimitable cereal and stock raising capabilities
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A Historical and Statistical Account of New-Brunswick, B.N.A.: with advice to emigrants
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Penzance Prairie Profiles
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Our North land
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When fur was king
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The  conquest of the great Northwest
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The story of the trapper
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Between river and lake
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Hudson'sBay Company: a brief history
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Report (7th Annual, The Canadian Club of Winnipeg)
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Fort Pitt history unfolding, 1829-1985 : history of the Hudson Bay Post and the school districts of White Eagle, Harlan, Frenchman Butte, Rock Bottom, Onion Lake, Fort Pitt
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Annual report, Calgary Stampede. 1964
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Souvenir Program, Calgary Stampede, 1982
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Rodeo Royal Program, 1980
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Parade Program, Calgary Stampede, 1982
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University of Calgary Gazette, Volume 001, Number 003
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University of Calgary Gazette, Volume 008, Number 010
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Helicopter used to pick up rock samples from Imperial Oil geologist working in northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, anchors a marker in the river bank, northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, ties a rock sample bag containing instructions to a marker, northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, holds a stadia rod in position, northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, holds a stadia rod in position, northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, examines a rock sample under a jeweller's glass, northeastern British Columbia.
Bill Riley, a Univerisy of British Columbia student doing field work with Imperial Oil's geological party, tests a rock sample with acid, northeastern British Columbia.
Geologists paddle their canoe and raft to a new site for exploration, northeastern British Columbia.
Geological sub-party chief Harold Cummings with students Bill Riley and Arnold Thomlinson wade across a stream, northeastern British Columbia.
Geological sub-party chief Harold Cummings with students Bill Riley and Arnold Thomlinson wade across a stream, northeastern British Columbia.
Geologists working in northeastern British Columbia.
Student geologist Arnold Thomlinson peers through an alidade at a stadia rod held by a geologist on the opposite bank of the stream, northeastern British Columbia.
Student geologist Arnold Thomlinson peers through an alidade at a stadia rod held by a geologist on the opposite bank of the stream, northeastern British Columbia.
Student geologist Bill Riley uses the alidade from another angle, northeastern British Columbia.
Student geologist Bill Riley using alidade, northeastern British Columbia.
Maps and the day's findings being checked by Imperial Oil geologists at party base camp, south of Fort Nelson, British Columbia.
Members of Imperial Oil's geological party preparing breakfast before the day's work begins, northeastern British Columbia.
Member of Imperial Oil's geological party preparing breakfast before the day's work begins, northeastern British Columbia.
Members of Imperial Oil's geological field party preparing breakfast before the day's work begins, northeastern British Columbia.
Members of Imperial Oil's geological field party preparing breakfast before the day's work begins, northeastern British Columbia.
Supply helicopter bringing mail to members of Imperial Oil's geological field party, northeastern British Columbia.
Members of Imperial Oil's geological field party comparing notes before continuing their explorations, northeastern British Columbia.
Imperial Oil's 'Beaver' airplane taking on fuel at geological base camp, Trout River, British Columbia.
Imperial Oil's 'Beaver' airplane taking on fuel at Fort Nelson, British Columbia.
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