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Description  Chapter Twelve. The Coming of the Railway. The Grand Trunck Pacific Railway is completed on April 17, 1914 near Fort Fraser.
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Description  Chapter Thirteen. Fort George Wakes Up. The early formation of the communities during the contruction of the railway.
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Description  Chapter Fourteen. South Fort George. This town was built up near the original Hudson's Bay trading post.
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Description  Chapter Fifteen. Central Fort George. Speculation on the location of the railway led to the development of this townsite.
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Description  Chapter Sixteen. The Romance of Real Estate. The 'Boosterizim' period advertized Central and South Fort George as the place to be.
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Description  Chapter Seventeen. 1913 - A Hectic Year. South Fort George and Central Fort George grow rapidly from the railway construction.
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Description  Chapter Eighteen. 1914 - A Year of Changes. The city of Prince George looks to become incorporated as it becomes the main townsite.
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Description  Chapter Nineteen. Community Life. Hospitals and schools are built, and the first automobiles arrive.
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Description  Chapter Twenty. Municipal Government Organized. The City of Prince George is granted incorporation on March 6, 1915.
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Description  Chapter Twenty-One. Prince George Grows Up. Between 1915 and 1945, Prince George gradually becomes the economic centre of Northern British Columbia.
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Description  Chapter Twenty-Two. Industries. Abundant timber resources has made Forestry the dominant industry in the region.
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Description  Chapter Twenty-Three. Transportation. The movement of people and goods to Prince George was critical in its development.
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