8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele: 0434.0004

8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele
0434.0004

0434.0004: 8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele

The Ferry Office at Fort Steele. Part of this log building dates back to the Wild Horse Creek Gold Rush of 1864-66. Built by John Galbraith and used first as the Ferry Office, it later served as Post Office and residence. John Galbraith operated the ferry from 1864 until 1870. Robert Galbraith then took over and operated it until the first bridge was built in 1888.

Medium:  Ephemera - Image
Author:  Ray Mannix
Date:  1975
Author:  Ray Mannix
Source:  1988.020.004 Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0434)

Keywords:

artwork drawing

This resource has been referenced to the following resources:

(0434-0001) 8 Pen and Ink Drawings of Fort Steele

Subjects:

Cities arrow Fort Steele arrow Buildingsarrow
Transportation arrow Ferries arrow Galbraith's Ferryarrow

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