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|Workers: Plains & Alberta|
|C.P.R. Construction Laying track on the Canadian Plains for the
|Alberta Rails "Dagos" laying new steel rails,
|Relief Project, Alberta Relief project: loading clay for the
provincial highway, Cooking Lake, Alberta, 1933.
|Les Forges du Saint-Maurice
|National Transcontinental-2 Men and horses at work on the
National Transcontinental Railway, which ran from Quebec City to Northern Ontario, late 19th
|World War I Workers Women soldering fuses at Verdun,
Quebec, during World War I.
|Tank Production Producing tanks at the Montreal Locomotive
Works in 1942, for use by Canadian and British forces garrisoning Britain.
|Ram Tank Assembly Assembling instrument panels for Ram
tanks, Montreal, 1942.
|Workers: West Coast|
|Cariboo Gold Diggings In 1858 gold was first discovered along
the lower Fraser river and later on the slopes of the Cariboo Mountains in British Columbia, as
|Cariboo Shack A gold miners' shack in the Cariboo during the
gold rush of the 1860s.
|Chinese Construction Camp A Chinese construction camp,
Kamloops, British Columbia, with some of the hard-striving immigrants from China, who built
so much of the dangerous mountain mileage of the C.P.R.
|Miner's Cabin Miner's cabin at Eureka Silver Mine, British
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