Settlers' Effects - Prince George - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - People Make a Community
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People Make a Community
The richness of the community comes from the cultural diversity of its population and unique variety of characters. Many community groups and individuals were important in defining Prince George as a city.

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Child Settlers (1890 - 1929) - Children had a unique place in the community, that is often overlooked by history.

Child Settlers (1930 - 1965) - Children had a unique place in the community, that is often overlooked by history.

Pioneering People (1870 - 1910s) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Pioneering People (1910s - 1913) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Pioneering People (1914 - 1919) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Pioneering People (1920 - 1929) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Pioneering People (1930 - 1949) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Pioneering People (1950 - 1965) - There will always be individuals that stand out by playing a significant role in the community.

Community Organizations (1900 - 1949) - These groups helped to unite the community and provide services for the disadvantaged.

Community Organizations (1950 - 1965) - These groups helped to unite the community and provide services for the disadvantaged.

Scouts and Guides - Values and morals were instilled in young people as they became active members of the community.

Nurses - Health care in the region was important for the settlers' well-being.



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