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Alberta Bound 2007 By Born in Alberta and back to visit
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Family members vacation and photograph trip from Seattle, Washington area to Canadian province of birth, Alberta.
Alberta Immigration By Brad Jacobson
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A Complete list of all immigration streams related to the Province of Alberta.
Alberta Immigration By Brad Jacobson
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A Complete list of all immigration streams related to the Province of Alberta.
Alberta Aurora By Neil Zeller
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Neil's 2017 Alberta Aurora Calendar features images photographed all around Alberta. Traveling from the East Central parts of the province to the North, the Northern Lights puts on many wonderful... More > shows throughout the year.< Less
Alberta. Canada By Liudmila Cherniak
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Landscapes of Canada's province Alberta with lakes, mountains, canyons and glaciers
"Divine Alberta" By Christy Turner Photography
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A beautiful collection of Alberta-based landscapes by Calgary-based photographer Christy Turner
Alberta Crude By Frank Cosentino
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Canadian Football 1969-1982: CLOSED DOORS & Alberta Crude leans heavily on the original publication A Passing Game: A History of the CFL published in 1996. This book is based mainly on minutes of... More > meetings made available to the author. It is a companion to another effort published under the title Canadian Football 1983-1994:Gone South. An earlier work, Canadian Football: The Grey Cup Years, published in 1969 will also become available soon. The fourth book in the series Canadian Football 1995-2014 Home Again has already been published and is also available through Lulu.com< Less
Alberta Skies By Kathryn Imbriani
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When Lauren Butler’s father is stricken with a massive stroke, she stays behind to nurse him rather than proceed with her marriage and accompany her husband to his posting as an Inspector in... More > the North West Mounted Police. Little does she know that her father will miraculously linger between life and death for two years, despite medical opinions otherwise. Upon his death, Lauren decides to pick up the pieces of her life and join Adam in the rugged and wild District of Alberta in the North West Territories despite his vehement objections. Upon her arrival, Lauren finds this is not the man she once knew. This Adam has become a hard man, one finely honed by the hardships of his job and hopelessly seduced by the beauty of the Territories. Now she must somehow carve out a place for herself in his heart and in this wild land that holds him captive.< Less
Alberta History: ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS By Joachim Fromhold
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Presentation of a number of obscure previously published articles, unpublished reports and new research of significance to Alberta Archaeology. McKean Lithic Technology, Archaeology of the... More > Cremona-Sundre area, Cluny Earthlodges, Cree Burial Practices, Donalda Buffalo Pound field report, Early Man and the Ice-Free Corridor, F.M. Buffalo Jump, Gull Lake Heritage Assessment, Ice Retreat and Glacial Lakes in Northern Alberta, Medicine Hills Assessment, Medicine River Crossing Cree Settlement, Battle River-Meeting Creek Land Use, North Peace Historic Settlement Sites, 111 St. Burial (Edmotnon) independent assessment, Pelican Lake Culture, Prehistoric Population Reconstructions, Trail Pattern Studies, NE Red Deer Land Use study, Rissdale Historic Cemeteries, Tail Creek Metis Settlement, Alberta Moundbuilder Culture, Battle River-Souris River Corridor, Silver Creek Ranch Site and surrounding area, Unfinished Projects, Western Cree Tipis, Ethics in Alberta Archaeology. 344 pages. Illustrations.< Less
Memoir of My Family By Alberta Chaput
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Born in Quebec in 1909, Alberta "Bertha" Chaput moved with her family to Vonda, Saskatchewan at a young age. Later, she married her neighbour Frank Chaput and moved to Southern Ontario,... More > where she lived for the rest of her life. Throughout her memoir, Bertha recounts nearly a century of Canadian history as she remembers the people and places she has known.< Less