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Calgary: Author, First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Red cloth over boards, title in black to upper board and spine, 8vo 9 inches tall, pp. xx, , , frontispiece,B&W photos throughout, errata sheet with ad. loosely laid in. Volume with spine ends softened. DJ with light sunning to spine, edge wear, shallow chips to spine ends and flap corners, one 4 inch chip at top of rear. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McLaurin, C.C. (Colin Campbell), ? Pioneering in western Canada. Calgary: Published by the author, Hello, I have a very strong interest in history and would like to learn more about the pioneering of BC and Alberta. I am always fascinated in. Beekeeping in Western Canada. Whether you are just thinking about keeping bees or you are an experienced beekeeper, this book gives you the information you need to manage honey bees successfully. Learn about the spring management of bees, winter feeding, honey extraction, honey bee health and marketing your beeswax, pollen and honey crops/5.
The Ojibwa of Western Canada differs from earlier works by focussing closely on the details of western Ojibwa history in the crucial century of their emergence. It is based on documents to which pioneering scholars did not have access, including fur traders' and missionaries' journals, letters, and reminiscences. Since , Pioneer has delivered the products, technologies and support farmers need. Learn more. BOOK - The First Century of Methodism in Canada, Sanderson's fine history of the early years of Methodism in Canada has served as an essential resource for more than a century. Being out of print for over one hundred years, this new edition has been pubished to . England, Robert. "Ethnic Settlers in Western Canada: Reminiscences of a Pioneer." Canadian Ethnic Studies, vol. 8 (): Entz, W. "The Suppression of the German Language Press in September (with Special Reference to the Secular German Language Papers in Western Canada)." Canadian Ethnic Studies, vol. 8 ():
The item Pioneer women of Western Canada, edited by Margot Smith and Carol Pasternak, Women's Kit Project, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education ; researched and compiled by Men and Women Unlimited, Calgary, Alberta, as part of an Opportunities for Youth Project. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Calgary. days onboard on any rail route. nights in a midpoint hotel. One-way: begin and end in different locations. Rockies Highlights. days onboard on any rail route. nights in a midpoint hotel. One-way: begin and end in different locations. Sightseeing tours and/or car rentals in the Rockies. 1 . From the Back Cover. Peers examines the emergence of the western Ojibwa in the context of the historical forces that acted upon Native people and the spirit, determination, and strategies used to cope with those forces. She bases the work on fur-trade-company and government documents, traders' and missionaries' journals and diaries, letters, Cited by: Beekeeping in Western Canada Whether you are just thinking about keeping bees or you are an experienced beekeeper, this book gives you the information you need to manage honey bees successfully. Learn about the spring management of bees, winter feeding, honey extraction, honey bee health and marketing your beeswax, pollen and honey crops.