Settlers' Effects - Prince George - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972 - Scenes and Settlement
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Scenes and Settlement
It is no wonder people decided to settle in the Prince George area where there are so many beautiful natural settings. Many people settled in smaller rural communities near Prince George, and were important to the region's development.

Scenes and Settlement

Wildlife - Settlers had to adapt to bears and moose in their back yards, just as much as the wild animals had to adjust to human settlement.

Scenery (1900 - 1910s) - The spectacular natural scenery of the area was something for settlers to write about to their families in other parts of the world.

Scenery (1910s) - The spectacular natural scenery of the area was something for settlers to write about to their families in other parts of the world.

Scenery (1911 - 1913) - The spectacular natural scenery of the area was something for settlers to write about to their families in other parts of the world.

Scenery (1914 - 1965) - The spectacular natural scenery of the area was something for settlers to write about to their families in other parts of the world.

Small Towns - Small towns appealed to some settlers as places where they could make strong connections and significant contributions to their community.



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