Settlers' Effects - Prince George - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - Misfortunes
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During the history of Prince George, many difficult challenges have presented themselves. Many of these have been overcome, while others occurred at great cost to our community.


Law Enforcement - Life was difficult for those settlers that found themselves on the wrong side of the law.

Accidents - Building a community in the wilderness comes with inherent danger, and pushing the limits often resulted in tragedy.

Fires, Floods, and Landslides - Nature sometimes provided setbacks to the early settlers, but their resiliency allowed them to prevail.

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