FC: Holy Spirit SCHOOL GLENBOW MUSEUM 2010
1: Glenbow Museum and the Fur Trade | All the grade 5's and a great bunch of parent volunteers and teachers took a trip to the Glenbow Museum in Calgary. Here they learned all about the Fur Trade and the way of life of a Voyageur. In this book you will get a small glimpse of the great adventure the 5's embarked on....
2: The Canadian Pacific Railway replaced dusty, muddy, wagon trails | Transportation
3: A FIRST CLASS room on the CPR....enough room for a bed and sink.
5: Mounted Police
7: Politics A small glimpse into next years curriculum
8: "Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself."
9: FUR TRADE
10: Sing language was used as a means of communication between First Nations and Europeans | Blue beads became a new colour in First Nation apparel once blue dye was readily available from Europeans
11: Canoes were used by Voyageurs to cross Canadian land. Voyageurs had to sometimes portage across land carrying canoes and goods on their backs and shoulders.
12: Mr.DeBoer and Mr.Marcille | Mrs.Tulissi, Mrs.Hemming, Mrs.Borsa and | Mrs.Fitzgerald, Mrs.Bredeson and Mr.Ryan | The Fur Trade Hudson Bay Company
13: Students observing beaver pelts.
14: Which beaver pelt is worth most?
15: Made-beaver -quality -size Worn pelts were most valuable!
16: Deciding what tool to take in exchange for beaver pelts....
18: THANK YOU!! Hych'ka!