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“Log Cabin Tales & Changing Trails
The landscape lies serene and virgin between two rivers.  Its flatness is covered with clumps of spruce and pine, thickets of poplar and willows, and open spaces of slough and muskeg…”

“Soon, there will be new, strange sounds in this new land; the ring of axes on wood and steel on iron and survey crews arrive to put in their maze of lines an corner stakes.  It will never be the same, for there will follow a stream of land- seekers.  They will come, mostly on foot with pack on their backs, to search for land that will suit their needs...

“ This block of land between the Torch and White Fox River will be known as “the north country” until someone finally decides it should be called Choiceland.”

Excerpt from the introduction  in “Log Cabin Tales & Changing Trails” the History of Choiceland and District. Publisher,Choiceland Historical Society
Friesen Printers, 1984.

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