Virtual Guidebook to the Prairies of Alberta
Lethbridge and Vicinity
Alberta, Canada


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The livery room with blacksmith and cooperage equipment, Fort Whoop-Up

(July 25, 2003)


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The Blackfeet Medicine Stone is a glacial erratic boulder

(July 25, 2003)


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Fort Whoop-Up was an American trading post selling whiskey to the Blackfeet and Cree

(July 25, 2003)


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An authentically restored frontier post kitchen, Fort Whoop-Up

(July 25, 2003)


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The barracks room at Fort Whoop-Up

(July 25, 2003)


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The Northwest Mounted Police (Mounties) were founded to get Fort Whoop Up under control, and lived in this room

(July 25, 2003)


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The Canadian Pacific High Level Bridge over the coulee is 314 feet high and almost a mile long

(July 25, 2003)


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The trade room, with guns and liquor prominent among the trade goods, Fort Whoop-Up

(July 25, 2003)


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Six grain elevators line the highway through the tiny town of Milk River, near the U.S. border

(July 25, 2003)


Next Locality: Milk River