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A2: Our @trailsof1885 sites tell the important history of the Métis people. Visit https://t.co/l9mieh9tFn for a lis… https://t.co/bKcE5jG5bB

The Original Humboldt site is 80 acres of land located 8 km west of Humboldt on Highway #5 and 3 km south on Telegraph Road.

It features the national historic event plaque commemorating the Dominion Telegraph Line, as well as storyboards of the 1878 Humboldt Telegraph Station, Carlton Trail, George and Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, the Métis people, Chief Whitecap, and Lt. Col. George Denison’s military camp during the 1885 NorthWest Resistance.

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Le site original de Humboldt est de 80 acres de terrain situé à 8 km à l'ouest de Humboldt sur l'autoroute n ° 5 et à 3 km au sud sur Telegraph Road.

Il présente l'événement historique national commémorant Dominion Telegraph Line, ainsi que les storyboards de la Station télégraphique Humboldt de 1878, Carlton Trail, George et Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, les Métis, le Chef Whitecap et l'armée du lieutenant-colonel George Denison Camp pendant la Résistance nord-ouest de 1885.
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