ALASKA HIGHWAY MUSEUM IN CANADA

FORT NELSON HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM IN CANADA

MUSEUM IN CANADA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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After the building of the Alaska Highway, completed in 1942, the areas along the highway began to attract a steady stream of people. Among them were Marlon and Mavis Brown, who now run the Fort Nelson Historical Society Museum. So what was life like in the camps along this remote stretch of road…

 

 

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