Prince Albert Historical Museum
|Location||Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada|
The Prince Albert Historical Museum is operated by the Prince Albert Historical Society in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. It exhibits the history of the area in the city's first firehall which was constructed in 1912 and served as such until 1975. On display are various First Nations artefacts, an old fire truck, a firemen's pole, and a Native Dugout Canoe (believed to be a thousand years old). The Prince Albert Historical Museum also houses the city's archives.
- Project Muse. The Canadian Historical Review: Volume XXXI-LI, 1950-70. University of Toronto Press. p. 24.
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