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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.

To locate individual family images, use the 'Search' button and enter the family name.

Also, Register to leave comments for any photos that will help identify the person or provide more details of the photo to share with others.
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If you have photos to submit, please contact Bruce- place cursor on 'Home' in Menu and 'Contact' for contact form.

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Last additions
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

Random files
George Hanson & 1932 Ford
Charlie Mason with Rick and Charlene Barker 1966Blue Lake
Roland Morrison, teacher senior grades
Henry Hedberg with Muskie 1930s1 comments
Highway 594 through Eagle RiverKids used to slide down from the railway tracks.
Joe Wehrstedt 1913
Dryden Mill Slasher 1955First slasher on the Wabigoon river. Newer slasher being built behind.
Trucking Into Dryden
1959 Dryden Phone BookMcGogy to Mawby
Harry, Diana, Jim Thompson
New Causticizer under constructionDryden, Ontario. October 18, 1980. Lime kiln behind.
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.

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