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Author: Alberta B George Missionary Society
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: church, los, angeles, california, university, society, book, alberta, george, missionary, cook
Number of Pages: 58
Published: 2008-01-04
ISBN-10: 1429011238
ISBN-13: 9781429011235

"This little book is the result of the constant and untiring efforts of the young women of the Alberta B. George missionary society of University M. E. Church. The recipes have been carefully compiled and as we send them on their mission we hope they will do thfur bit toward fulfilling the bigger purpose for which we are striving."
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Author: Chris H. Hugenholtz
Publisher: Natural Resources Canada
Keywords: river, meander, spillway, northern, alberta, bars, channel, penetrating, radar, investigation, relict, ground
Number of Pages: 12
Published: 2007
ISBN-10: 0662446879
ISBN-13: 9780662446873
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: The Fraser Institute
Keywords: labor, skilled, alberta, oil, industry, sands, availability, increasing, eliminating, alert, barriers, worker, mobility, frasier
Number of Pages: 13
Published:
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Author: Trevor Peck
Publisher: Athabasca Univ
Keywords: lifeways, alberta, plains, native, evidence, ancient, campfires, archaeological, light
Number of Pages: 336
Published: 2010-10-31
ISBN-10: 1897425961
ISBN-13: 9781897425961

Light from Ancient Campfires is the first book in twenty years to gather together a comprehensive prehistoric archaeological record of the Alberta Plains First Nations. In this monumental examination of the region’s earliest inhabitants, author Trevor Peck reviews the many changes of interpretation that have occurred in relevant literature published during the last two decades.   Beginning with the earliest archaeological evidence for people in Alberta, Light from Ancient Campfires chronologically covers each sequence, moving forward in time toward the present. Light from Ancient Ca
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Author: Graham A. Macdonald
Publisher: Au Pre
Keywords: life, press, land, history, hills, country, beaver
Number of Pages: 253
Published: 2009-11-15
ISBN-10: 1897425376
ISBN-13: 9781897425374

This book explores a relatively small, but interesting and anomalous, region of Alberta between the North Saskatchewan and the Battle Rivers. The Beaver Hills arose where mountain glaciers from the west met continental ice-sheets from the east. An overview of the hills’ physiography helps us to grasp the complexity and diversity of landscapes, soil types, and vegetation communities. Ecological themes, such as climatic cycles, ground water availability, vegetation succession and the response of wildlife, and the impact of fires, shape the possibilities and provide challenges to those who
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Author: Jack W. Brink
Publisher: Au Press
Keywords: northern, plains, press, hunting, buffalo, head, smashed, aboriginal, imagining
Number of Pages: 342
Published: 2008-06-15
ISBN-10: 189742504X
ISBN-13: 9781897425046

For millennia, Aboriginal hunters on the North American Plains used their knowledge of the land and of buffalo behaviour to drive their quarry over cliffs. Archaeologist Jack Brink has written a major study of the mass buffalo hunts and the culture they supported before and after European contact. By way of example, he draws on his 25 years excavating at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump in southwestern Alberta, Canada - a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Says Jack, "I love the story behind the jump - the events and planning that went into making the whole event work. I continue to learn more about the c
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Authors: Pierre Maturié,  Vivian Bosley, Gilles Cadri,
Publisher: AU Pre
Keywords: diary, lives, memoir, letters, series, pioneer, french, proposes, god, disposes, recollections, man
Number of Pages: 260
Published: 2012-10-01
ISBN-10: 1926836553
ISBN-13: 9781926836553

  About the Book "From the edge of the plateau there was a splendid view: the Athabasca, flowing from the east, made a great curve in front of us and carried on towards the village. … At the moment we stopped, we could see lines of ten or fifteen sledges gliding on the trail made in the ice on the river. The view was so panoramic both to our right and our left, and also over the undulations descending towards the bank, that we took the decision right there and then to plant our flag on the spot, like explorers in an unknown land and to build our house there." In 1910, young
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