A black-and-white photograph of a view of the river. George Sternberg captured this picture while standing at a place on the right bank. Sternberg's camp can be seen on the right side of the photograph behind a row of trees. A scow can be seen sitting on the bank of the river as well as a rowboat. A scow is a flat-bottomed barge that aided in the carrying of cargo. The river itself splits into two; a small slab of land resting in the middle is the cause of the fork, creating a stream that flows to the right and a stream that flows to the left. In the distance you can see the river continue through the rock outcrop as well as the trees that border the river.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "072-04: A Fork in the River" (1915). George Sternberg Album #2 - Early Canadian Views. 274.
Looking up the river from a point on right bank, our camp on left bank, R-22, T-33, S-27 35122-16