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Origin of Pimihlansik by Mario Hains

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Mario Hains Mario Hains
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0.09 Gigapixels
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Date added
Oct 28, 2010
Date taken
Oct 28, 2010
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At the place where the panorama was taken, it was the location of an ancient Clarke saw mill which operate from 1854 to 1900. At origin, the river is separted before the mill and was part of an island Brompton. Later in 1950 we built the concrete wall filled with rocks to prevent the river from its banks. Down on the river, you can see the remaining sections of rock that is engraved by Abenakis Indians who are now at science museum and nature of Sherbrooke This gathering place of Abenakis still call Pimihlansik resulting in french by The place where the water fall. By 1850 the village was called Brompton Falls. It` s also the ideal location for fishing or that dreams become reality.


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