Quick Facts

Everyone has heard of the Edson Trail, the 400km pioneer route from Edson to Grande Prairie, was used for only five years.  The the ED&BC railway came through.

The town of Fahler was named after Father Fahler.  He was known as the best non-native Cree speaker in the Peace River Country.

In the early 1800s, Fort Dunvegan was shipping meat (buffalo, deer and moose) to towns and cities in the East.  The meat was dried – pemmican.

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2 Responses to Quick Facts

  1. Those pioneers had to be tough back then.

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