Settlers' Effects - Prince George - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - The Three Georges
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The Three Georges
Prince George is an amalgamation of three early settlements. There was conflict between the three over where the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway would be located.

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South Fort George - South Fort George is the original town site near the Hudson's Bay Fort, and was the docking location for paddlewheelers.

Central Fort George (Fort George) (1860 - 1910) - The Central Fort George townsite was staked by George Hammond in 1908, where he began selling lots in 1909.

Central Fort George (Fort George) (1911 - 1960) - The Central Fort George townsite was staked by George Hammond in 1908, where he began selling lots in 1909.

Prince George (1900 - 1929) - The Prince George town site is where the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway established its train station.

Prince George (1930 - 1965) - The Prince George town site is where the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway established its train station.



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