The Fort Pelly-Livingstone Museum, located in the old high school in the Village of Pelly, Saskatchewan, Canada is named for the historic Hudson Bay Fort Pelly and the location of the first seat of NWT and the NWMP, Fort Livingstone. Both historic forts are within 8 km of the present day Village of Pelly.
The Museum is selling 6 different prints of historical sites from in and around Pelly. The original paintings were done by local artist Bette Brandon. Only 25 prints have been produced. When they are sold, a draw will be made from those who purchased a print for the original painting. To see the paintings, click here.
For information about the Museum please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org