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         Alberta History Canada:     more books (100)
  1. RED DEER, An Illustrated History, (Alberta, Canada) by Michael J. Dawe, 1989
  2. Pioneer History of Penhold (Alberta, Canada) by Jim Mann, 1997
  3. The Boss Hill Site (FdPe 4) locality 2: Pre-archaic manifestations in the parkland of central Alberta, Canada (Human history occasional paper) by Maurice F. V Doll, 1982
  4. RED DEER, An Illustrated History, (Alberta, Canada) by Michael J. Dawe, 1989-01-01
  5. An introduction to the archaeology of Alberta, Canada, (Denver Museum of Natural History. Proceedings) by H. M Wormington, 1965
  6. THREE TRAILS HOMEa History of mayerthorpe and Districts, Alberta, Canada
  7. Three Trails Home: A History of Mayerthorpe and Districts, Alberta, Canada by Mayerthorpe and District History Book Society (compilers), 1980
  8. Yesterday & Days Ago - A History of Forestburg and District, Alberta Canada by Forestburg & District Historical Commettee, 1983
  9. "They are a fine outfit those Blackfeet": Frederic Remington in Western Canada.: An article from: Alberta History by Peter H. Hassrick, 2004-03-22
  10. The History of Canada Song by Alberta Slim, 1990-01-01
  11. Anchiceratops from the Oldman formation of Alberta (Canada. National Museum, Ottawa. Natural history papers) by Wann Langston, 1959
  12. Hard Passage: A Mennonite Family's Long Journey from Russia to Canada.(Book review): An article from: Alberta History by Gale Reference Team, 2007-03-22
  13. The Metis people of Canada: A history by Alberta Federation of Metis Settlement Associations, 1978
  14. Notes on the biostratigraphy of dinosaurian and microfossil faunas in the Edmonton formation (Cretaceous), Alberta (National Museum of Canada. Natural history papers, no. 35) by Dale A Russell, 1967

1. WASH Home Page
Resources and news about women's history in these provinces. Lists members, contact addresses, links Category Regional North America canada Regions Prairies...... Greetings from the Regina branch of WASH (Women in alberta and Saskatchewan history).October is Women's history Month in canada, and in celebration we invite
Women's History Month 1995
Greetings from the Regina branch of WASH (Women in Alberta and Saskatchewan History)
October is Women's History Month in Canada, and in celebration we invite you to browse through our Web Site and try the quiz! One of our members, Ann Leger-Anderson, has compiled a bibliography of selected books and articles relating to " Women in Education ," which is this year's theme for Women's History Month. We hope you will find something of interest to you. We have also listed several other Web Sites which relate to women's history in general. We are: Elizabeth Kalmakoff Ann Leger-Anderson Connie Maguire Natalie Ostryzniuk James M. Pitsula Queries or comments are welcome. Kindly contact either: Ann Leger-Anderson Elizabeth Kalmakoff Department of History Saskatchwan Archives Board University of Regina University of Regina Regina, Saskatchewan Regina, Saskatchwan phone: 1-306-585-4217 phone: 1-306-787-3867 e-mail:
Leaders, Scholars, Mentors: The History of Women and Education
A Canadian Chronology
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2. The Provincial Museum Of Alberta
The natural and human history and culture of the province of alberta. Located in Edmonton.Category Reference Museums history North America canada alberta...... Research and Collections Natural history Human history Virtual Publications.updated March 19 2003 , awards comments alberta government links.
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3. Canadian Information By Subject: History Of North America
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4. Canadian Genealogy And History Links - Searchable
Entries preceded by a indicate it is a new entry or the URL has changed or been updated within the last 14 days. Bob's your Uncle, eh A search engine that provides detailed access to Canadian genealogical information. awareness of the social history and material culture of canada, Quebec and Montreal, from alberta. alberta Newpapers Collection Online images of newspapers dating from 1880 1920
Canadian Genealogy and History Links
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Books of Remembrance
These books contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars and died during or after them.
Canada Science and Technology Museum
The images of Canada gallery include agriculture, aviation, railways, marine services, natural resources and people.
Canada's Schoolnet
Bringing educators and students together to share educational resources, enhance learning, develop information technology skills, and encourage the use of technology in the classroom. Has links to Humanities-History.
Canadian Expeditionary Force
Over 600,000 Canadians enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) during the First World War. The CEF database is a searchable index to those personnel files which are held by the National Archives.
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Conduct an interactive search of over 500,000 geographical names in Canada. Very handy.

5. CUUG's Virtual Tourist Of Alberta And The Canadian Rockies
Lethbridge; Lethbridge history of a Prairie Community; Medicine Roadside Attractionsin alberta and British Columbia. Big Things of canada; Other impressions and
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Welcome to Alberta, one of the Westernmost provinces of Canada. With our mix of prairies, rolling hills and snowy mountains, small towns and cosmopolitan cities, and ancient history and modern attractions, we are sure to have something to interest everyone. The province of Alberta covers an area of over 600,000 square kilometers, and is home to more than 2.5 million people. The capital is Edmonton , located in north central Alberta. Alberta has an official coat-of-arms, flag, flower, motto, fish, bird, mammal, tree, stone and tartan . The province is bordered to the east by the province of Saskatchewan, to the west by the Rocky Mountains and British Columbia, to the north by the Northwest Territories and to the south by the state of Montana in the United States. The headings below correspond to the "Tourist Destination Regions" in this TravelAlberta map
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6. Calgary, Alberta, Canada
uniforms, the gallery unfolds the history of this Banff, Calaway Park offers WesternCanada's largest outdoor Aerospace Museum, Naval Museum of alberta and the
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Virtual Tourist of Alberta and the Canadian Rockies
The largest city in Alberta , Calgary (a.k.a. "Cowtown" to fans and detractors alike) is located in the south-western part of the province. Calgary is home to the world-famous "Calgary Exhibition and Stampede," and is ideally situated in the province for use as a "base" to explore the natural, cultural, and historic wonders of Alberta . Home to much of the Canadian oil and gas industry, Calgary is a vibrant modern city filled with skyscrapers and modern amenities. The city has taken care to ensure that numerous "green" areas are easily accessible, combining the best of both worlds. The City of Calgary Municipal Handbook - Online on the City of Calgary website provides extensive information on Calgary's history, economy and government. The City of Calgary has a population of roughly 850,000, and lies at an altitude of 1,049m. The weather in Calgary varies quite dramatically, from lows reaching -40C (albeit rarely) in the winter, to highs in excess of 30C in the summer. Calgary is subject to periodic "chinook winds" of warm air from the mountains during the winter which can cause the temperature to rise by more than 15C in just a few hours.
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The human history of the Calgary region begins, as with all Alberta, with the native Canadians, over 12,000 years ago. The cultures which existed during the arrival of the European traders and settlers were the Blackfoot, Sarcee and Stoney. The first Europeans included David Thompson and Peter Fidler in the 1780's and 1790's, both of whom were associated with the fur trade.

7. Canadian Information By Subject: History & Geography
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8. Government Of Alberta
alberta Home, Home on the Plains Explores alberta as the land of opportunity for immigrants, the settlement of alberta, history and rural life.

9. University Of Alberta - History & Classics, Modern China. G. Ens, Ph.D. (alberta), T214,, Western canada; Native history. H. Fracchia, Ph.D
Members of the Department - Full Time Staff Name Office Telephone/Email Area of Interest L. R. Aronsen, Ph.D. (Toronto)
20th Century U.S. L. B. Cormack, Ph.D. (Toronto)
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Native History H. Fracchia, Ph.D. (Berkeley)
S. Gouglas, Ph.D. (McMaster)
Agricultural and Environmental History; Upper Canada; Humanities Computing A. C. Gow, Ph.D. (Arizona)
History Honours Advisor;
Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe M. J. Haagsma, Ph.D. (Groningen)

10. University Of Alberta - History & Classics
of history and Classics at the University of alberta is seeking to nominate aJunior (Tier II) canada Research Chair in Russian history, Imperial Period.
Employment Opportunities Posted: February 01, 2003 HISTORY POSITION: Junior (Tier II) Canada Research Chair in Russian History, Imperial Period The successful candidate will have a completed PhD in History. Tier II candidates should be emerging researchers with the potential to achieve international recognition as leaders in their fields in five to ten years. The Department is particularly interested in candidates specializing in social and/or cultural history. Applications and curriculum vitae, as well as examples of written work, should be sent to: Professor Robert Smith, Chair, Department of History and Classics, 2-28 Tory Building, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T6G 2H4 . Applicants should ask three referees to write directly to Professor Smith. Deadline: February 21, 2003

11. History: Canada And No. America: Alberta
1. Burdett Prairie Trails A history of Burdett and Area (alberta, canada)Publisher Ronalds Western Pringting Lt alberta, canada c.1981. Good.

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13. MyTELUS | Feel The Buzz
One of the most important events in alberta's history was the Canadian government'sdecision to connect Eastern and Western canada by means of the Canadian, and have moved to The new is a simpler site - easier to navigate, easier to use. You'll find local news, movie reviews and listings, maps/directions, all of which you can personalize. Plus, soon you can listen to music, share photos, play games, use our online tools and more. As it looks like you are a user, you may wish to personalize your new homepage to highlight Alberta headlines and weather. If you are already a member, log-in to retrieve your settings. If not, click register and select your region to personalize instantly.

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16. History Of Canmore Alberta Canada
history of the town of Canmore, alberta, canada presented by JohnnieBachusky, freelance Canmore writer and photographer. Canmore
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17. Library: Canada Facts: Alberta
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Canada Facts reproduced from the Education Canada Network Home Library Canada Facts ... Alberta / History Area Map Quick Facts Location and Land History and People ... Government Alberta: History and People History: The Aboriginal people, the Piegan, Cree, Blackfoot, Blood, Gros Ventre, Sarcee, Kootenay, Beaver and Slavey Indians, speaking a variety of Athapaskan and Algonkian languages, were the first people to live in what is now Alberta. They inhabited a vast wilderness territory, living nomadically hunting and trapping and foraging the rich natural resources of the land. The woodland tribes of the central and northern regions, became partners of the European fur traders who arrived in the 18th century. The first European to reach what is now Alberta was Anthony Henday in 1754, although the land was claimed by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1670. Peter Pond, of the North West Company, established the first fur-trading post in 1778. The rival Hudson's Bay Company built competing fur-trading posts over the next century and a half. The rivalry ended in 1821, when the two companies merged. Interest in colonization of the west increased in Britain after the American Civil War. In 1867 with the passage of the British North America Act (BNA) and the establishment of the Dominion of Canada the new Canadian Government acquired the North West Territories, including present day Alberta from the Hudson's Bay Company.

18. Canada Games History - Alberta Community Development
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The first Canada Games were held in Quebec City in 1967 as a Centennial project. Since then, at two-year intervals, 16 more ceremonial torches have been ignited to signal the start of the Canada Games. An estimated 55,000 young Canadians have participated in the Games, with hundreds of thousands of athletes engaged in tryouts and qualifying events. Over 110,000 volunteers have been directly involved in the planning and staging of the Games. Cumulatively, over $280 million has been invested in the Canada Games since their inception, about half of it in capital projects. From track and field complexes to ski hills, soccer pitches to swimming pools, a legacy of facilities has been built up in 15 communities across Canada. Perhaps as important as the facility legacy is the human legacy. With experience gained from the Canada Games, volunteers have gone on to assume other important roles in their communities. They have left an imprint of giving and sharing which no amount of concrete or money can match.

19. RecFacts 520: Canada's Winter Olympic History - Alberta Community Development
RecFacts 520 canada's Winter Olympic history. The Canadian Medal Count. Totals16 14 21 51. Team canada Flagbearers. 2002 Government of alberta.
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20. - History Of Calgary Alberta, Canada
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The city of Calgary has only been incorporated since 1904, but it is estimated that the Bow River Valley has been inhabited for the last 10,000 years. At the end of the last Ice Age, the ancestors of the present-day native tribes made their way across the Bering Sea from Siberia, traveling down through Alaska before settling in the Rocky Mountain foothills. There they formed the Blackfoot, Sarcee, Blood, Stoney and Shagganapi nations, and subsisted on the seasonal migrations of American buffalo herds. The ir way of life remained relatively unchanged until the late 1870s, when Europeans hunted the buffalo to near-extinction.
With the buffalo gone, the natives began trapping beaver and other fur-bearing mammals for the Hudson's Bay and North-West Trading companies, who set up trading posts in the Bow Valley and at Rocky Mountain House to the northwest. The local furs were especially prized by designers in Paris and New York for their richness and quality, and commanded high prices from the traders.

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