A history of the early days of Pincher Creek, of the district and of the southern mountains. Which is offered as a tribute to the pioneers of this western country by the members of the Women's Institute of Alberta

Alberta Women's Institute; Lynch-Staunton, Emma, Alberta Women's Institutes, A history of the early days of Pincher Creek, of the district and of the southern mountains. Which is offered as a tribute to the pioneers of this western country by the members of the Women's Institute of Alberta, Lethbridge, Alta.: Alberta Women's Institute, 1920.

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Creator Lynch-Staunton, Emma
Alberta Women's Institutes
Title A history of the early days of Pincher Creek, of the district and of the southern mountains. Which is offered as a tribute to the pioneers of this western country by the members of the Women's Institute of Alberta
Published Alberta Women's Institute
Lynch-Staunton, Emma, Alberta Women's Institutes, <em>A history of the early days of Pincher Creek, of the district and of the southern mountains. Which is offered as a tribute to the pioneers of this western country by the members of the Women's Institute of Alberta</em>, Lethbridge, Alta.: Alberta Women's Institute, 1920.
Identifier University.of.Alberta.Peel.P004610
Subject Frontier and pioneer life
Women's organizations
Women--Societies and clubs
Vie des pionniers
Femmes--Associations
Language English
Media Text
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description Historical information and anecdotes on many topics, plus short biographies, with emphasis on pre-1900 period. Covers Blairmore, Coleman, Cowley, Frank, Livingstone, Lundbreck, Massacre Butte, Porcupine Hills, Poverty Flat, Ross Creek, Sulphur Springs, and Turtle Mountain, as well as Pincher Creek.
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