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Place Names of Alberta – Sandford Fleming November 26, 2005

Posted by Iglika in Exposition virtuelle Sandford Fleming, Objets.
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Dr. Edouard Deville, Surveyor General of Canada, named this point because Sir Sandford Fleming’s brandy flask was broken on a rock here. CPR surveyor Fleming was exploring a possible route for the CPR in 1872 when this “disaster” occurred.Disaster Point 83 F/4 – Miette
25-48-28-W5
53° 11′ N 117° 58′ W
Approximately 38 km south-west of Hinton

Dr. Edouard Deville, Surveyor General of Canada, named this point because Sir Sandford Fleming’s brandy flask was broken on a rock here. CPR surveyor Fleming was exploring a possible route for the CPR in 1872 when this “disaster” occurred.
Place Names of Alberta Volume I Mountains, Mountain Parks and Foothills by Aphrodite Karamitsanis

Beaupre, Mount 83 E/2 – Resplendent Creek
11-47-5-W6
53° 02′ N 118° 37′ W
Approximately 40 km west north-west of Jasper

This mountain, 2,778 m in altitude, was named in 1923 by A. O. Wheeler. It was named after a guide of the Canadian Pacific exploration pary of 1872 led by Sandford Fleming.
Place Names of Alberta Volume I Mountains, Mountain Parks and Foothills by Aphrodite Karamitsanis

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