Settlers' Effects - McBride - Environmental, Cultural & Social Change from 1805-1972
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During the early 1900s, settlers moved to McBride to work on the railway, build farms, or make their fortunes in the forest industry. The descendants of many of these pioneering families continue to call McBride their home.
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