Item A2532 - Jackpine Wood Camp Group

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Jackpine Wood Camp Group

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    • 1909 (Creation)

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        View of a group of men holding saws and axes. The group at the Jackpine Wood Camp on Little Slave River. This brings back memories of one of the hardest jobs ever attempted by those coming fresh from city life. The party contracted to cut a hundred cords of wood for the steamboat company operating on Little Slave River and Lesser Slave Lake. Before the job was completed they were wading to their knees in the swamp hauling the wood to the river's edge. Order, left to right, top row: D. C. Cranston, Roy Schisler, Gordon Sherk, Marley Sherk, George Flint, J. M. Miller, Amos Sherk. Bottom row: R. C. Lossing, V. C. Flint, Wm. Crabbe, Sam NcNaught, Sam Sarjeant, C. A. Drake, E. A. Smith""

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        Forms part of: Accession 1967.0129

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