George Bryson, is widely known in the Pontiac for his contributions in building a major logging industry that dominated the local economic activity in the 19th and into the 20th century. Not only was he a savvy businessman and a major lumber baron in the region, but he was highly regarded and respected.
In honour of Bryson and his legacy, an installation and a permanent exhibition will be housed at the George Bryson Cultural House in Mansfield, a project spanning the course of two years.
Dominique Dufour, the project manager explained that the exhibit features . . .
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