A small town grew around the railway . It was the site of treaty negotiations for Treaty Nine Nations of Aboriginal People in the area 1906 long after land had been confiscated for the railway and lumbering. This photo of the Chief shows that his people remained close during the meetings.
|Chief Sahquakegick 1906 duing treaty|
negotiations in front of Hudson Bay Company Store
|Jack Leve in Fur Trade 1919-1940's|
|Moving an old lumber train engine 1958|