Tuesday, March 23, 2010


In the days when travel was by water, if not floating on it then riding or walking alongside it, knowing one's confluences was as important as today's Rand McNally road map.

August, 1922. The album says: "Roaring River (left) runs iinto the Swan River (right) looking upstream." Back of the photo agrees.

Caption: "The Favelle River (center-left) runs into the Roaring River here.

This one says, "An island forms in the Swan River just below the mouth of the Roaring River." Dated August on the back of the photo.

" July 1, 1922. Looking down a placid stretch of the Swan River from the Doverspike Bridge." "South from Minitonas," adds the back of the photo. Both beaver and man have been at work here.

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