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Dr. Mike Cho-Young 5 Don Robinet/Courier Press Fritz Steele, from Brampton, set up a display along the Snye showing the many types of pelts that would have been popular with traders. He said that beaver, in particular, was popular in Europe, with beaver pelt hats being so valuable they would have been passed down from generation to generation. For more photos from the Selkirk History Faire, turn to Page 2.
Selkirk History Faire attracts families to bank of the Snye
Don Robinet Courier Press staff While different re-enactors and displays show up from year to year, one thing has never changed about the Selkirk History Faire ? it still has free admission, making it friendly and affordable event for young families. And that?s the way organizer Cathie Tiffin wants to keep it. ?It?s
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an educational thing and it?s free for everyone,? she said. The Wallaceburg resident, who is originally from Scotland, has been a strong supporter for the annual event, which marks the spot in 1804 where several Scottish families settled, with many later moving to the forks in what is now Wallaceburg. CONTINUED > PAGE 2
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