(Num-Ti-Jah Lodge, Lake Louise)

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Title (Num-Ti-Jah Lodge, Lake Louise)
Identifier pc_1842
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Document source From Alison Jackson Estate Dec 21, 2001
Notes Lake Louise, Alberta
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Calgary Public Library, Central Library, Local History Room
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Description Printed verso: "Num-Ti-Jah Lodge 23 Miles North of Lake Louise. Num-Ti-Jah (Stony Indian for Pine-Marten the Canadian Sable) was the prize catch of one time trapper, James Simpson, who trapped in the Bow river Valley from 1896 until the area was taken into the Banff National Parks. With the construction of the Banff-Jasper Highway, he built this modern Lodge to replace his cabins and teepees of the old days.
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