1 edition of A history of educational institutions in Mormon communities of southern Alberta found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Dean Cook|
|Contributions||University of Alberta. Faculty of Education|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 168 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||168|
Teaching in Northern Alberta Communities: The Importance of Place, Past and Present. Author(s) / Creator(s) Ross, Campbell A. This work is intended as an introduction to how school-teaching in northern Alberta may be affected by past and present conditions of nature, human settlement, and history of schooling in the : Campbell A. Ross. The Galt Historic Railway Park, established in , collects, preserves, restores, and interprets artifacts representing the history and social impact of the “steam & coal” eras in southern Alberta, with emphasis on Galt Railway and the International Train Station Depot North West Territories from Coutts, AB / Sweetgrass, MT.
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Pioneer Profiles. In addition to the detailed profiles below, roughly short profiles of early Southern Alberta Pioneers have been extracted from the SAPD book Pioneer Families of Southern Alberta that was published in and the Addendum of Additional Pioneer Families of Southern Alberta, produced in . A Book of Mormons by Richard S. Van Wagoner and Steven C. Walker. S. Ellis Shipp () Pioneer Obstetrician [p] Family Background January Ellis Reynolds was born in Davis County, Iowa. Soon after her birth, the family converted to Mormonism. They moved to Utah in and settled in Pleasant Grove.
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Since its organization in New York inThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has had a presence in first Latter Day Saint missionaries to preach outside of the United States preached in Upper Canada; the first stake to be established outside of the U.S. was the Alberta Stake; and the Cardston Alberta Temple was the first church temple to be built outside of the.
Mormon History Association. Promotes the study of the Mormon past. It publishes the Journal of Mormon History, a biannual scholarly publication. Contact: Craig and Suzanne Foster, Executive Secretaries.
Address: North West, Layton, Utah. Telephone: () Fax: () Shoshone move into Alberta. The Eastern Shoshone adopted horses much sooner than their neighbours to the North, the Blackfoot Confederacy. With the advantage in speed and mobility that horses provided in battle, the Eastern Shoshone were able to expand to the north and soon occupied much of present-day southern and central Alberta.
The early history of Alberta is closely tied to the fur trade, and the rivalries associated with first battle was between English and French traders, and often took the form of open of central and southern Alberta is part of the Hudson Bay watershed, and in was claimed by the English Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) as part of its monopoly territory, Rupert's Land.
The Mormon Presence in Canada - Brigham Y. Card Increasingly in recent years historians of Mormonism have turned their attention to the question of the church's history outside the United States, certainly a positive development as those ploughing the field begin to move beyond the hidebound story of Joseph Smith and the founding and first generation experiences of the Mormon movement to.
Alberta - Alberta - History: The area now known as Alberta has been inhabited by various Native American (First Nations) groups for at le years. European explorers first appeared in the s as the fur trade expanded across western North America.
Two rivals, the Hudson’s Bay Company and the North West Company, began building trading posts in the last quarter of the 18th century. The show is a phenomenon, with glowing reviews (including Mr. Nestruck's), and the audiences keep coming.
The play broke box office records Author: Marsha Lederman. The conference tours were educational and stimulat-ing. Our special thanks to Gary Boatright of the LDS Church History Department for outlining and conducting an excel-lent post-conference tour to the southern Alberta Mormon communities.
It was a great time for all who joined that tour. But most of all, it was the wonderful people-connec. Under the leadership of Brigham Y. Card, a sociology professor at the University of Alberta, a national academic conference on Mormon history and culture was held at the University of Alberta, 6–9 Mayin honour of the one hundredth anniversary of the arrival of Mormon pioneers in southern Alberta.
Canada: The Southern Alberta Historic Markers Project Gary L. Boatright Jr. Inthe Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada designated the community of Stirling—a quaint town of just over 1, people located on the plains of Southern Alberta—a National Historic Site for being “the best.
southern Alberta had established 18 communities in the region, and boasted ten thousand church members (Palmer,). The Cardston temple was the ﬁrst to be built outside the United States; announced in and dedicated in The Mormon population continues to be an important part of the region today.
According to the Canadian Census. We begin this paper with a brief history of the Mormon settlement into Southern Alberta, Canada.
The high population and influence of the Mormons within Southern Alberta remain largely unknown among non-church members elsewhere in Canada and abroad, but history and demographics reveal the past and present importance of this group in the area.
Cited by: 8. Alberta, most westerly of Canada’s three Prairie Provinces, occupying the continental interior of the western part of the country.
It was established as a district of the North-West Territories in and enlarged to its present boundaries on becoming a province in Its. Historic Sites Curator, Church History Department The Mormon History Association has a rich history of holding its annual conference in areas with roots deep in Mormon History.
Independence, St. George, and Kirtland are a recent sampling of places we’ve gathered to discuss the context and background associated with the Restoration movement. Drive down any Alberta country road, and you’ll spot an old barn or two.
While many just see them as relics of the past, Sydney Hampshire sees stories and history. The recently graduated University of Alberta student has compiled a colourful book celebrating one community’s barns, paying tribute to the province’s agricultural heritage and to.
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Alberta is distinctive both for its awe-inspiring natural wonders and its fascinating history, and from the earliest footprints of human settlement to today's dynamic society, Alberta has captivated countless generations who have visited or settled in this remarkable province.
Mormon Historical Studies. Mormon Historical Studies is an independent periodical that includes essays, biographies, documents, book reviews, historical site descriptions, indexes, and archival listings relevant to subjects of general interest to Latter-day Saints, while striving for high scholarly the periodical was published under the title of the Nauvoo Journal.
Mosquito Bites Again, The Parkland Alberta History Book (a western Canadian community history) was printed in and was published by the Hamlet of Parkland and District Historical Society.
Like so many other community history books from western Canada, it covers the families, businesses, schools, sports, organizations, activities and.
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Trails to Mannville Aaserud Berger Joy Gray Along Victoria Trail: Lamont Abbott W. History of Greater Vegreville Abbott Jack Memories of Mundare. Church records and the information they provide vary significantly depending on the denomination and the record keeper. They may contain information about members of the congregation, such as age, date of baptism, christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date.
For general information about Canadian denomations, view the Canada Church Records wiki page.governing the Historical Society of Alberta was passed in by the Alberta Legislature. (Revised June 2, ). The object of the Society shall be to encourage the study of the history of Alberta and Canada, to rescue from oblivion the memories of the original inhabitants, the early missionaries, fur traders, explorers, and settlers of the north and west of Canada, to obtain and preserve.5 A History of the Mormon Church in Canada (Lethbridge, Alberta ).
A pioneer work in the area, the book draws heavily (though deleting some of the most significant material) on the dissertation of Melvin S. Tagg. It is hoped that detailed studies of Mormons in Canada will follow this general overview.