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Fort Carleton, Saskatchewan
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Fort Carleton, Saskatchewan
1871, by Charles Horetzky

This is Horetzky's view of the interior courtyard of Fort Carleton, a Hudson's Bay Company post on the North Saskatchewan River near Duck Lake.

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