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Covering the period from 1880 to 1950, this book illustrates the social and physical changes that have taken place in Alberta.
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To many people, Alberta represents the true Canadian frontier. It is know for its rugged image, for its wild west past, and for the staunch independence of its residents - whether they are homesteaders, cowboys, explorers, oil men, grassroots politicians or strong-willed feminists. This book is a wonderful collection of images and stories that tell of Alberta's many roots. Beginning in the 18th Century and continuing into the present day, this collection of over 150 photographs chronicles the development of Alberta from a frontier society into a modern-day powerhouse.About the Author:
Faye Reinberg Holt was born in Alberta and lives in Calgary. As well as having published articles, short fiction and poetry, she has worked as a freelance editor on a variety of projects. She also teaches writing workshops. At one time a high school English teacher and museum educator, she is an alumus of the University of Alberta. This book is dedicated to the memory of her father, Carl Reineberg.
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Book Description Altitude Pub Canada Ltd, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1551539012
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-1551539012