Settlers' Effects - Prince George - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - Prince George Style
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Prince George Style
The settlers of Prince George have expressed their unique heritage and culture in a number of ways. Social events began soon after settlers started moving to the area.

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Parades (1910 - 1939) - Parades were a way to celebrate significant events in the community.

Parades (1940 - 1949) - Parades were a way to celebrate significant events in the community.

Parades (1950 - 1959) - Parades were a way to celebrate significant events in the community.

Rodeos and Exhibitions - Since 1912, the Prince George Exhibition has been an annual event that attracts people from around the region.

Parties and Dances - Parties and dances were a good way for new settlers to meet others in the community.

Sports and Recreation (1870 - 1911) - Prince George has always been an active sporting community with something to do for everyone.

Sports and Recreation (1912 - 1929) - Prince George has always been an active sporting community with something to do for everyone.

Sports and Recreation (1930 - 1949) - Prince George has always been an active sporting community with something to do for everyone.

Sports and Recreation (1950 - 1959) - Prince George has always been an active sporting community with something to do for everyone.

Sports and Recreation (1959 - 1965) - Prince George has always been an active sporting community with something to do for everyone.

Arts - Settlers expressed their creativity in a number of ways.



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