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Besides the Visitor Log House, the Old Bay House and the Mission Granary, there are over 15 other heritage buildings in the Fort and another 15 or more around the hamlet.

The details of these older structures are described briefly in the Fort Vermilion Heritage Guide and Buttertown Brochure. They may be picked up at the Visitor Log House or Museum and Archives in Fort Vermilion or Contact Us

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Bourassa / St. Germain House c. 1923



Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) Cookhouse (1909)



Anglican Mission House (1876) at Lambert Point



Willie and Agnes Clarke House (1905)
Hudson's Bay Company Clerk House




LaFleur House (River Lot #14)
"Buttertown's" first pool hall
was built by Augustus Lizotte. It was originally located on lot 7, then moved to river lots 9,13 and 14



Wylie House (River Lot #11)



Maggie Jane Lambert House (River Lot #8)
A classic log house built by Joseph Lizotte in 1902



John "Dorie" Lambert Cabin
Built in the late 1800's by John Lambert Sr.



Buttertown School (River Lot #6)
Built in 1948



Narcisse Lizotte House
Built by Narcisse Lizotte 'Fiddling Champion' c. 1920




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Acknowledgements: Summer Career Placement Program staff, Keith Klassen (2004/2005) & Jordan Lambert (2006) and

Marilee Cranna Toews of the Fort Vermilion Agricultural Society