Item 1985.319.2 - 10 Mile Dam

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10 Mile Dam

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CA DHM 319-1985.319.2

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  • c.1920-1924 (Creation)
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    Crawford's Drug Store, Brandon, Manitoba
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    1922 Brandon Flood (?)

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4.5" x 2.75" (b/w)

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Donated to the Daly House Museum on behalf of Aleta Ward by Elin Hood in 1985.

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Photograph of the 10 Mile Dam hydroelectric power generating station.

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History: The 10 Mile Dam hydroelectric power generating station was built in 1900 by the Brandon Electric Light Company. It was located on the Little Saskatchewan River in the R.M. of Whitehead and provided power to the City of Brandon via a 14-kilometer transmission line from 1900 to 1924. The dam was also known as the Little Saskatchewan River Generating Station, the Brandon Dam, or the Minnedosa River Hydro Plant.

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