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Old Original Snow Shoes Trap Barn

On the wall of the barn hangs a pair of snow shoes and a trap. The log cabin barn is at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Hanging on the wall is a pair of snow shoes and a trap. The items are in a barn at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park. The wall is made of logs and mortar. The snow shoes netting is damaged. Pair of snowshoes and a trap in the Warehouse/B ...
Last Mountain House Sign Saskatchewan

Welcome sign is posted in front of buildings of the Last Mountain House Provincial Park.

A detailed sign welcomes you at the front of the log cabin at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park. The sign shows a layout of the cabins in colorful detail. A log cabin sits in the background with a flag in front of it. A green lawn leads up to ...
Lower Fort Garry General Store Selkirk Manitoba

Wooden shelves in the general store are lined with goods dating back to the 19th century at the Lower Fort Garry - National Historic Site of Canada in Selkirk, Manitoba.

During the 19th century fur trade, the Lower Fort Garry - a National Historic Site in Selkirk, Manitoba in Canada, is the oldest stone fur trading post still intact. One of the buildings in Lower Fort Garry is home to the General Store where the ...
Animal Pelts Picture Last Mountain House Provincial Park

Various types of animal pelts hang on the walls in the Master's House at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Hanging on the wall of the Master's House at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada, are a display of animal pelts belonging to various species of animals. These animal pelts come from a badger, wolf, red fox, silver fox ...
Saskatchewan Fur Trading Living Quarters Last Mountain House Provincial Park

The decor and furnishings at the married men's living quarters used near the end of the fur trading business at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Southern Saskatchewan, Canada.

The interior design and furnishings in this building at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada, is a replica of the married men's living quarters dating back to 1869. Nicely made beds in tiers, jackets hanging from the ho ...
Dog Sled Routes Hudsons Bay Company Saskatchewan Canada

Displayed on the wall in the warehouse/barn building at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada, is a map of the Hudson's Bay Company dog sled routes.

During the fur trading era, a dog sled was one of the most important forms of transportation used by the Hudson's Bay Company and the North West Company. In the warehouse/barn building at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, C ...
Married Mens Quarters Last Mountain House Provincial Park

Nicely made beds and a table set for a meal adorn the interior of the married men's quarters at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Back in 1869 when this building was home to the Hudson's Bay Company post, this was how the interior of the married men's quarters was laid out. Assembled in tiers around the exterior walls, each bed is nicely made with some belongings placed on ...
Last Mountain House Provincial Park Mens Quarters Saskatchewan

The married men's quarters at the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Saskatchewan, Canada neatly set up the way it was in 1869 at the Hudson's Bay Company post.

Visitors to the Last Mountain House Provincial Park in Regina, Saskatchewan can browse through the reconstructed buildings and fur trade displays used back in 1869. This room shows the interior of the married men's quarters where they slept, ate ...
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