Settlers' Effects - Valemount - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - The Robson Valley
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The Robson Valley
The beautiful mountain setting attracted many settlers to the Robson Valley. In order to make a living, many turned to trapping furs. Between 1910 and 1914, there was an explosion of activity due to the construction of the railways.

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Early Settlers (1890 - 1929) - After the railroad boom, some settlers stayed permanently in the Robson Valley.

Early Settlers (1930 - 1949) - After the railroad boom, some settlers stayed permanently in the Robson Valley.

Early Settlers (1950 - 1965) - After the railroad boom, some settlers stayed permanently in the Robson Valley.



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