Settlers' Effects - McBride - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - Main Street
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Main Street
Main Street is the heart of activity in McBride, along which many businesses have had their success. It was also a promenade for the many parades and events that the town celebrated.

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Early Businesses - Some entrepreneurs staked their fortunes on the future of McBride and helped supply early settlers with the necessities of life.

Parades and Picnics - Although life was sometimes difficult in the Valley, settlers would always find a way to get together for a good time.

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