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Eagle River Ontario and area Historical Image Gallery

Historic images, photos and other information from Eagle River, Ontario and Surrounding Areas

The Eagle River Ontario Historic Gallery has a collection of images and other items from the early settlers and their families of the Eagle River area. More current photos may be included to show families and individuals as they are now. Enjoy the images from the past, they will certainly trigger some memories! Thanks for visiting!!
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Eagle River HistoryWelcome to this gallery of photos featuring pioneering settlers and their families to the Eagle River and immediate area.

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Gloria (Korzinski) Morris 2014Old family Store in the background. Eagle River.
Tillie Hampe 1915 - 2014
John Thiel 1926 - 2014Thiel Road north of Dryden was named after John.
Dave Gardiner 1932 - 2010
Arthur Haussermann 1961 - 2014Murdered in Winnipeg
Arthur Haussermann 1961 - 2014

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GroupTerry Cain, Diana Thompson, Joanne Cain, Mary Dalinger, Christine Korzinski; Darlene Moore, Sheila Thompson, Bill Dalinger, Gloria Korzinski, Terry Korzinski
Abe Dunlop on TransCanada Bridge
Alvin EngdahlAlvin is the oldest of the boys and the fifth child ln the Engdahl Family, born in 1922.

I think he finished grade 8 in Eagle and went to work in the Canada Car foundry in Thunder Bay building airplane parts for the war effort after which he went harvesting in Sask and Alberta or when he was at home he cut cordwood with Dad. He had poor eyesight so was unable to get in the armed forces. He ended up in BC and worked at various jobs mostly in the forest industry and was a scaler for Balco forest products in Kamloops for 20 years or so before retiring to Hornby Island BC in 1981. He was married to Clara and they had two daughters Sheryl and Cindy who live in Vancouver. Clara had two other children from a previous relationship, Norman and Darlene whom he adopted. Clara and Alvin divorced and he later married Delores and they still live on Hornby. He was a great accordian player and enjoyed his music like the rest of us. (As told by Aina in 2011.)

Al, Jean, Dan Engdahl 1961
Docks at Sioux Lookout
Mr. and Mrs. Hampe
Cliff Lewis's 1960 Ford sedanNorth Minnitaki Road
Barrett Leisure Products 1979Highway 17 north of Dryden
Dryden Paper Company Mill Layout 1969North Side
Art Durocher 1931
Dryden 1970sThat would be the vacant lot where 7Eleven is now, and where Euler Motors used to be before moving to the Lobreau Motors property on Hwy. 601.
Dryden Paper Company MillNovember 1958. #3 Recovery under construction. Laying down the footings for the Lime Kiln.

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