Gilbert Anderson, Northern Alberta Métis Fiddler

By the mid-1950s people from Edmonton had begun to travel by car to Enoch for the Saturday night dances. Gilbert and his brothers, who were often in the city on Saturdays, would spread the word that there was going to be a dance later that night.
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A 1949 Mercury

A 1949 Mercury

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Gilbert Anderson in competition

Gilbert Anderson in competition