Rocky Mountain House


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Rocky Mountain House,

town (1991 pop. 5,461), S central Alta., Canada, at the foot of the Rocky Mts. and the confluence of the North Saskatchewan and Clearwater rivers. Founded in 1799 as a fortified post of the North West Company in Blackfoot country and known as Blackfoot post, it was taken over (1821) and operated by the Hudson's Bay Company until 1875. It is now the gateway to a big-game hunting area.
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This gave rise to the belief that there must be gold deposits all along the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains from Rocky Mountain House to the Missouri River.
(1) In Western Canada, these were fur trade sites such as Rocky Mountain House, Fort Langley, Fort St James, and Lower Fort Garry.
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Youth in Edmonton, Rocky Mountain House, and Fort McMurray, will take part in this six month dialogue, which will include visits with local Elders and community agencies to engage the youth in learning about the history of their community and developing an understanding of community relations.
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