Pioneer Museum Society of Grande Prairie and District fonds

Work crew assembled with tools in hand beside their tents, 1937. The men were unpaid for their first two weeks of work and received $1.00 per day for each day thereafter, although some of the men volunteered all of their labour. Cooks and foremen were paid $2.00 per day. The 1937 work crew was able to cut nearly 60 miles of trail to Stony Lake, B.C.

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