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Alberta History: Jasper National Park - 10,000 Years of Indian History - Part 1: to 1800 By Joachim Fromhold
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The history of the Jasper area is largely unknown. Here we look at the history of West Central Alberta including the mountain region between the Athabasca and Smoky/Peace rivers up to 1800 A.D. This... More > volume covers the deglaciation, archaeological, protohistoric history. Both pre-historially and historically this was a transition area between the Plains, Northern Woodlands and Plateau, making it different from that of the mainstream prehistory of Alberta. The volume also covers prehistoric population densities and early legendary history.< Less
Alberta History: Jasper National Park - 10,000 Years of Indian History - Part 1: to 1800 By Joachim Fromhold
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The history of the Jasper area is largely unknown. Here we look at the history of West Central Alberta including the mountain region between the Athabasca and Smoky/Peace rivers up to 1800 A.D. This... More > volume covers the deglaciation, archaeological, protohistoric history. Both pre-historially and historically this was a transition area between the Plains, Northern Woodlands and Plateau, making it different from that of the mainstream prehistory of Alberta. The volume also covers prehistoric population densities and early legendary history.< Less
Alberta History: THE OLD NORTH TRAIL (Cree Trail), 15,000 Years of Indian History: 1850-1870 Part 1 By Joachim Fromhold
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A continuation of the history of the Old North Trail (New Mexico to Northwest Territories) for the period 1850-1870 (Part 1, 1850-1860), two decades of great change for the Indian Nations of the... More > Canadian west. While this ushered in the high point of adaptation of Native society to the Ango-European culture, it also set the stage for the Anglo disposession of their lands, properties and rights and the marginalization which continues to this day.< Less
Alberta History: THE OLD NORTH TRAIL (Cree Trail) 15,000 Years of Indian History 1850-1870 Part 2 By Joachim Fromhold
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A continuation of the history of the Old North Trail (New Mexico to Northwest Territories) for the period 1850-1870 (Part 2, 1860-1870), two decades of great change for the Indian Nations of the... More > Canadian west. While this ushered in the high point of adaptation of Native society to the Ango-European culture, it also set the stage for the Anglo disposession of their lands, properties and rights and the marginalization which continues to this day.< Less
The History & Material Culture Of The Muscogee Creek In Alabama and Georgia By Lloyd E. Schroder
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In his current work, The History & Material Culture of the Muscogee Creek in Alabama and Georgia, Lloyd has built on earlier studies of the ceramic art of the Upper Creek people along the Alabama... More > and Tallapoosa rivers and their Lower Creek relatives in southern and central Georgia. The study demonstrate the heritage of Creek design and its development through the early 19th century as it adapted during the period of European fur trade and influence. The understanding of Muscogee Creek history and culture is further aided through Lloyd’s study of a Creek home site at the Johnson County Landing in Johnson County, Georgia.< Less
Alberta History - The Old North Trail (Cree Trail), 15,000 Years of Indian History: 1750-1822 By Joachim Fromhold
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A history of the Old North Trail (Part 2, 1750-1822) from Wyoming to northern Alberta. Events and history of the trail during the early historic period of turmoil with the arrival of the horse and... More > gun, the expansion of the Shoshoni Empire, hiatus of the Mountain Cree, arrival of the fur trade and the Blackfoot Expansion period. Numerous pictures. 394 pages.< Less
Alberta History: West Central Alberta; 13,000 years of Indian History, Pt.3a: 1840- By Joachim Fromhold
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A continuation of the Alberta History Series, Part 3a, 1840 - 1860. The period from 1840 to 1870 was a period of great changes in the human history of Alberta and among the Native people, with the... More > transition from the traditional hunting/ trapping/fur trade lifestyle to a Frontier Settlement culture. 1840-1860 saw both a continuing invasion of foreign aliens into the west, and the growth of the Indian culture into the Classical Plains Indian culture. Both influences were at work among the First Nations of central Alberta. On the one hand there was the growing classical Plains Indian lifestyle and regalia, and on the other hand a growing Frontier Settlement subsistence farming and increasing literacy and an expansion of the Cree culture to fill all the economic and commercial niches offered by a frontier society. 690 pages.< Less
Saugatuck Chain Ferry By Robert Carey
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An illustrated history of the Chain Ferry in Saugatuck, Michigan that was built in 1857 and served the area for 83 years carrying passengers, freight, horses, and automobiles across the Kalamazoo... More > River. Revived in 1965 the Chain Ferry still operates.< Less
What Being Metis Means To Me - Exorcising Shame And Hiding In Plain Sight By Alexandria Anthony
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We Metis people must ensure that whatever is begun in anger does not end in shame, the cycle of shame must end. Metis Proud. This is a very personal journey for me and so many others. My Metis... More > heritage and culture was stolen from me. I spend half my life not knowing who I was. I was filled with so much anger and a total loss of identity. The stigma of shame runs deep like a river and if not stopped will fill up an ocean called the future. For half of my life I was culture and heritage void. I lost out on so much, I was a Metis person hiding in plain sight and did not know it. This book for me is an attempt to exorcise shame and to regain my lost identity. We mush embrace who we are and where we come from and preserve our heritage for future generations. The Metis River of Shame must be dammed up so our children can truly embrace who they are. We are Metis Proud and Strong.< Less
Pioneers of the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Regions Vol III By Joseph Fish
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This is a well documented history of the Fur trade in western America and of the trails that were made by the fur traders. It also covers the evolution of those trails into roads.

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