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Happy Jack's Ferry Crossing

Population: 0

Region: Alberta

Country: Canada

Geologic Formation: Dinosaur Park Formation

Happy Jack's Ferry Crossing is the name given to the fossil locality about 1km Northwest of of the original Happy Jack Ferry Site in Dinosaur Provincial Park in Southern Alberta, Canada.

The name comes from Hansel Gordon Jackson, who built and operated a ferry to cross the Red Deer river near this site from 1912 to 1916. He was known as 'Happy Jack'.

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