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ENOCH CREE NATION - A History, Volume 2; 1875-1885, Appendicies By Joachim Fromhold
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History of the Lapatak/Enoch Cree Nation from 1875 through the times of trouble, leading up to the creation of the Enoch Reservation and Nation. Membership and origins of the Nation. Meminowatow... More > Piche's band. Appendixes with band membership lists, band population figures, ethnography, kinship, territorial maps, trails, etc. 264 pages.< Less
ENOCH CREE NATION - A History, Volume 1, 1800-1875 By Joachim Fromhold
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A history of the Enoch Cree First Nation of the Edmonton, Alberta area, from it's earliest identification in 1780. Volume 1 of 2, to 1870. 534 pages, numerous maps, diagrams and photos. Extensive... More > ethnographic appendixes and listing of known band members over the past two centuries. The second volume of comprehensive history of western Cree bands, after MASKI PITON's (Maskepetoon/Broken Arm) Plains Cree band and the first such history of a currently existing Cree Nation. Commissioned by the Enoch Cree Nation.< Less
A RESEARCHER'S GUIDE TO HISTORIC TRADING POSTS AND FORTS OF THE WEST By Joachim Fromhold
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A reference listing of known posts operating in western Canada since 1608. Charts of years of operation; date of founding; references and references to further research. Also includes the 'A Tourist... More > Guide To Historic Posts And Forts of Alberta'publication with 70 photographs of posts, locations and, for some, reconstructed posts. 150 pages.< Less
A TOURIST GUIDE TO HISTORIC TRADING POSTS AND FORTS OF ALBERTA By Joachim Fromhold
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The Alberta region has had more historic forts and trading posts than any other western province or state in Canada and the United States. This is a guide to the historic forts and trading posts of... More > the region for those who are interested in visiting such historic sites. We list some of the more prominent of better known posts. Most of these posts remain locked in their isolated or semi-isolated backcountry wilderness and are not easy to access. Some have yet to be found. Many are located on private property. Some are marked, but most remain unmarked. A few have had some form of restoration - though not at the original site. Some are - excellent, some mere fantasy. A few have some form of interpretive center at the original location. 86 pages; 68 pictures and maps< Less