Geyser Basin, built for the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, was the predecessor to Drumheller Fountain. Its design and location were similar to the present-day fountain, but it was a distinct structure, and not in exactly the same location.
College of Fisheries students practice seining in Geuser Basin, 1921
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