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The Alberta time travel adventures of family day Ray, Roxy, Jasper

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue15436
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2005
Author
Lennard, Rob
Publisher
Canada : H.T Murgatroyd Publishing
Call Number
06.2 Le46a
Author
Lennard, Rob
Responsibility
Story and songs by Rob Lennard ; prologue by Mike Robinson ; forward by Eric Brewer
Publisher
Canada : H.T Murgatroyd Publishing
Published Date
2005
Physical Description
p. 115 : ill + one CD
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Calgary Stampede
Alberta History
Drumheller
Music
ISBN
0973765097
Accession Number
2017-8669
Call Number
06.2 Le46a
Collection
Archives Library
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Back over the trail: a history of the Huxley area

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue19897
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
[1967]
Author
Copiled by the Acadia Women's Institute of Huxley, Alberta
Publisher
The Acadia Women's Institute
Call Number
08.2 Ac1b
Author
Copiled by the Acadia Women's Institute of Huxley, Alberta
Publisher
The Acadia Women's Institute
Published Date
[1967]
Physical Description
203 pages illustrations, folded map 27 cm
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Pioneer life
Alberta
Alberta - History
Edmonton
Abstract
Pertains to a series of stories, poems, cemetery records, illustrations and other forms of material used in telling the history of Huxley, Alberta. Compiled by the Acadia Women’s Institute of Huxley, Alberta, the book is composed of the lived experiences and collective memory of those who made an impact in the area. The book celebrates the work of earlier pioneers, who set the foundations for future generations in and around Huxley, Alberta. The Acadia Women’s Institute celebrates their heritage and the ways in which the stories of the past have influenced the contemporary narrative.
Contents
Early history of the district (pg. 9)
Huxley (pg. 14)
Elnora (pg. 18)
The town of Trochu (pg. 19)
Lakeview (pg. 20)
Arthurvale (pg. 21)
Mail service (pg. 23)
The Highlands Ranch post office (pg. 23)
Perbeck post office (pg. 23)
Churches (poem) (pg. 24)
The first Sunday School in the Acadia District (pg. 24)
Beginning of Acadia Church (pg. 26)
St. Hilda's, Arhurvale, 1907-1967 (pg. 27)
The Huxley United Church (pg. 30)
The Church in Huxley (pg. 30)
From the Huxley Cemetery records (pg. 31)
Honor roll (pg. 32)
The co-op movement (pg. 34)
Huxley anniversary (pg. 36)
The Acadia Women's Institute (pg. 36)
The Huxley 4-H Beef Club history (pg. 39)
The Huxley Girls' Club (pg. 40)
The Loyalty Sewing Circle (pg. 41)
The loyalty U.F.W.A. (pg. 42)
Good sports (pg. 43)
Early memories of the Hogadone District (pg. 45)
Some early farming experience (pg. 50)
A look at the past (pg. 53)
The Kennedy Diaries (pg. 55)
The things they remember (pg. 60)
Acadia school (pg. 63)
The Aurthurville School (pg. 64)
The Florence School District and some of it's early citizens (pg. 67)
The beginning of the Hogadone School District (pg. 68)
The Loyalty School (pg. 69)
From loyalty to lake success (pg. 71)
The McKinlay Mine (pg. 73)
Yard's Coal Mine (pg. 74)
The coming of the railroad (pg. 74)
Spring snow storm 1919 (pg. 75)
Bridge fire - Grand Trunk Railway (pg. 76)
The telephone story (pg. 76)
Acadia W.I. Burn's supper (pg. 77)
Poetry (pg. 78)
George Adams (pg. 81)
Ed Anderson (pg. 81)
The Anderson Story (pg. 82)
A history of George A. Bampfield (pg. 84)
The Barne's story (pg. 86)
Robert Berry family (pg. 87)
Mitchener A. Bigelow (pg. 88)
William Bill (pg. 91)
The Blair story (pg. 92)
The Browns' story (pg. 93)
The Burch family (pg. 94)
The Camerons of Innisfail (pg. 94)
L. Dickson Campbell (pg. 101)
The Calder Brothers (pg. 101)
John Mitchell Cumming (pg. 101)
The Collins (pg. 104)
Patrick Cooney (pg. 104)
Tom Corrigan (pg. 105)
The Cooper story (pg. 105)
Leon Craig (pg. 106)
The Caldwells (pg. 106)
A. Davies (pg. 107)
The Aubrey "Jack" Davies story (pg. 107)
The Delaney story (pg. 110)
Louis and Antoinette Demers - Their story (pg. 111)
Marion Denburger (pg. 113)
Mr. William J. Delmage (pg. 113)
Mr. Thomas D'Arcy (pg. 113)
William Donor (pg. 114)
E. J. "Ned" Dodd (pg. 114)
The Dowell family (pg. 114)
W. E. Earl (pg. 116)
The Ross H. Ells story (pg. 116)
The Ellehill story (pg. 117)
Dave Felch (pg. 117)
The Fraser story (pg. 118)
The Vincent Gabb Story (pg. 118)
Mrs. Gall (pg. 119)
The Gauthier story (pg. 120)
Old man Giles (pg. 120)
Aloysius Ginther (pg. 122)
Jacob Goetz (pg. 122)
Herry Griffith (pg. 123)
Ben Hanson story (pg. 123)
J. B. harding (pg. 125)
Mr. Edward Heer (pg. 126)
The Howard story (pg. 126)
David Howell (pg. 127)
The Hepburn story (pg. 127)
Albert Hibbert (pg. 129)
The Hogg story (pg. 129)
G.R. Hogg (pg. 132)
The Hoppins and their neighbours of Bygone Days (pg. 134)
The Innis Homestead (pg. 140)
Charles Irving (pg. 140)
Emil Johan Eberg Jensen (pg. 140)
The Kelly family (pg. 141)
Otto Knievel (pg. 141)
History of Kachel brothers (pg. 141)
Runnals, Pickering and Wm. Kennedy families (pg. 142)
Mr. A. A. Kellet - Englishmne and Artist (pg. 142)
Bachelors (pg. 142)
D. J. Kennedy (pg. 142)
A tribute to anton Larson (pg. 143)
The Larson story (pg. 144)
Tom Lauder (pg. 146)
The Lloyd family (pg. 146)
Tom Main (pg. 147)
Jimmy Marshall (pg. 147)
The Maxwell Brothers (pg. 148)
The McComb story (pg. 149)
The McRae family (pg. 150)
The history of Mr. and Mr.s Gordron McRae (pg. 151)
Highlights from a homsteader (pg. 154)
Claude Maddox (pg. 156)
The McEwen story (pg. 156)
The Orval McArthur story (pg. 158)
History of W. J. Moran (pg. 159)
The Mitchell story (pg. 161)
Mrs. Carl Nelson's story (pg. 162)
The Oak family (pg. 163)
The John O'Gorman story (pg. 164)
The Paterson brothers (pg. 165)
John Pearse (pg. 165)
The Pearson family (pg. 166)
O. T. Peterson (pg. 167)
The Malcolm family (pg. 168)
C.W. Arthur (pg. 169)
The George MacArthur story (pg. 170)
The John McNiece story (pg. 171)
The Murray family (pg. 171)
Peebles History (pg. 172)
Jens Petersen (pg. 172)
Sam Robinson Homestead (pg. 173)
Dan Reschke (pg. 173)
A. E. Robinson (pg. 174)
The Robertson family (pg. 175)
History of Scott brothers (pg. 177)
The Soppits (pg. 177)
Mr. Louis Scheunert (pg. 177)
Scheunert - Ganz (pg. 178)
Dave Street (pg. 180)
Mrs. Seidel tells of her first Christmas in Alberta (pg. 180)
Jim Winter (pg. 181)
Reminiscences of a pioneer (pg. 181)
The screens (pg. 182)
Shaw (pg. 183)
The Stankievech family (pg. 184)
The Stephenson story (pg. 185)
The John Strachan family (pg. 186)
Henry Sailer (pg. 186)
The Stasel story (pg. 187)
The Dr. Snyder story (pg. 188)
"The Silvers" (pg. 189)
The Stringer family (pg. 191)
John William Trebell (pg. 191)
The Velge family in their later years (pg. 192)
The Vik story (pg. 193)
The Wagstaff family (pg. 193)
Joseph Wamp (pg. 194)
Lewis Yost (pg. 194)
Elmer Meding (pg. 195)
The Winther story (pg. 195)
Joseph Wohl (pg. 195)
The Wik family (pg. 196)
The Tanners Emigrate (pg. 196)
George R. Walker (pg. 198)
The Weis story (pg. 199)
Wickiser (pg. 199)
Sketches of early ranching days - Wyndham (pg. 199)
Looking back (pg. 201)
The Wolverton story (pg. 202)
Accession Number
2019.64
Call Number
08.2 Ac1b
Collection
Archives Library
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In time and place : master plan 2005 for the protection, preservation, and presentation of Alberta's past

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue24956
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2005
Author
Tracey, William
Field, Dorothy
Myers, Patricia A.
Vickers, J. Rod
Wyman, Marlena
Publisher
Edmonton : Alberta Community Development
Call Number
00.5 T67i
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Author
Tracey, William
Field, Dorothy
Myers, Patricia A.
Vickers, J. Rod
Wyman, Marlena
Responsibility
William Tracey
Dorothy Field
Patricia A. Myers
J. Rod Vickers
Marlena Wyman
Publisher
Edmonton : Alberta Community Development
Published Date
2005
Physical Description
vi, 165 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 x 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Alberta
Alberta - History
Archives
History
History of Alberta
Guide
Abstract
Pertains to a suggested plan by heritage professionals to thematically protect, preserve and present history in Alberta
Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
Master Plan 2005: A New Approach to Preserving Alberta's History
Part I: Preservation Strategy
Part II: A Thematic Approach
Part III: Using Master Plan 2005
Part IV: The Thematic Framework
Part V: CD with Printable Appendices
Notes
Includes letter from author Marlena Wyman
ISBN
0778543374
Accession Number
2019.93
Call Number
00.5 T67i
Collection
Archives Library
URL Notes
Full text of publication available online
Websites
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Province of Alberta heritage map

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue23373
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Published Date
1980
Publisher
[Edmonton]: A.H.R.F.
Call Number
C6-3.12
Publisher
[Edmonton]: A.H.R.F.
Published Date
1980
Physical Description
1 map : col
Scale
indeterminable
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Subjects
Historic sites - Alberta
Alberta - History
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Notes
commissioned by Alberta Historical Resources Foundation [sgd. J.D. Turner]
Portraits of historic people around edge.
Accession Number
3312
Call Number
C6-3.12
Collection
Archives Library
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Province of Alberta heritage map

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue24306
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Published Date
1980
Publisher
[Edmonton]: A.H.R.F.
Call Number
C6-3.12
Publisher
[Edmonton]: A.H.R.F.
Published Date
1980
Physical Description
1 map : col
Scale
indeterminable
Medium
Library - Maps and blueprints (unannotated; published)
Map
Subjects
Historic sites - Alberta
Alberta - History
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Notes
commissioned by Alberta Historical Resources Foundation [sgd. J.D. Turner]
Portraits of historic people around edge.
Accession Number
3312
Call Number
C6-3.12
Collection
Archives Library
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A voice of her own

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue15452
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2005
Author
Poirier, Thelma
Publisher
Calgary, Alberta : The University of Calgary Press
Call Number
08.2 Voi87
Author
Poirier, Thelma
Responsibility
Edited by Thelma Poirier, Doris Bircham, JoAnn Jones-Hole, Anne Slade, and Susan Ames Vogelaar
Publisher
Calgary, Alberta : The University of Calgary Press
Published Date
2005
Physical Description
xix, 489 p. : ill
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Women
Ranching
Alberta History
Notes
Includes index
ISBN
1552381803
Accession Number
P. 2017, 70,000-02
Call Number
08.2 Voi87
Collection
Archives Library
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Where go the boats : navigation on the Peace, 1792-1952

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue20052
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
[1977?]
Author
Hansen, Evelyn
Publisher
Peace River, Alta. : Peace River Centennial Museum
Call Number
08.1 H19w
Author
Hansen, Evelyn
Responsibility
Evelyn Hansen
Publisher
Peace River, Alta. : Peace River Centennial Museum
Published Date
[1977?]
Physical Description
38 pages : 62 illustrations, map, portraits ; 22 cm
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Peace River
Alberta History
Abstract
The publication explores the ways in which the history of the Peace River country was deeply entrenched within that of the history of boats. Up until 1952, ones understanding of the history included both that of the boats in the Peace River country, as well as the Peace River itself. The publication provides a history of this relationship between boats and the river, as well as a generous selection of photographs that aid in the readers understanding.
Notes
Annotated, likely by author - "Evelyn Hansen Oct 30, 1977"
Accession Number
3069 a
Call Number
08.1 H19w
Collection
Archives Library
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