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by Anne McMullen Belliveau

Author: Anne McMullen Belliveau
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Brush Education (January 1, 1999)
Pages: 238 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.7
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Small moments in time. by Anne McMullen Belliveau. the story of Alberta's big west 2 country : Upper North Saskatchewan River corridor, Shunda Basin, Brazeau Collieries, and Nordegg. Published 1999 by Detselig Enterprises in Calgary. Nordegg Region (Alta.

Also included is a comprehensive listing of ghost town books and other historical interests in. .Ghost Towns and Drowned Towns of West Kootenay. Detselig Enterprises. Anne (McMullen) Belliveau.

Also included is a comprehensive listing of ghost town books and other historical interests in each state. 5. Alaska, the Yukon British Columbia Ghost Towns.

Belliveau, Anne (McMullen), Small Moments in Time: The Story of Alberta's Big West Country (Upper North . Edmonton, Alberta, Detselig Enterprises, 1999.

Belliveau, Anne (McMullen), Small Moments in Time: The Story of Alberta's Big West Country (Upper North Saskatchewan River Corridor, Shunda Basin, Brazeau Collieries and Nordegg). xiv, 228 pp. Benedict, Carol, Bubonic Plague in Nineteenth Century China. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, 1996.

Small moments in time, the story of Alberta's Big West country. Calgary, Alberta: Detselig Enterprises Ltd, 238 p. ISBN 1-55059-178-9. Compiled by Anne (McMullen) Belliveau for the Nordegg Historical Society. and Shetsen, I. (compilers), Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists (1994).

From the late nineteenth century to the 1930s, and again in the 1950s, many Italians worked in sectors such as forestry, mining, and the construction of railways, roads and canals. ^ Rocky Mountain House Reunion Historical Society (1977). Days Before Yesterday : History of Rocky Mountain House district. Rocky Mountain House: Rocky Mountain House Reunion Historical Society. p. 112. ^ ERCB, 1985. Visiting Nordegg for the Weekend. Subdivisions of Alberta. A Middle Paleocene mammal tooth from the foothills of Alberta". American Journal of Science. a b c Morgan, O. 1948.

A lovingly detailed history of the North Saskatchewan River Corridor, Shunda Basin, Brazeau Collieries and Nordegg, from before the arrival of Europeans, through the fur trade and exploration years, to the discovery of coal and the development of the region to the present day. Unique in its conception, development and population, the mining town of Nordegg in particular offers a lasting reminder of the persistence and vision of Alberta's pioneer generations.