graveyards, gravestones, photography and family
The Canadian prairie provinces were severely hit financially during the Great Depression, but they were also knocked down further agriculturally.
This most evident in the burying grounds, graveyards and cemeteries in Western Canada. The grave, photographed below, was made from concrete and the data upon it was traced with someone’s fingertip. It is located near Grande Prairie, Alberta.
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