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Place Names of Alberta: Volume I - Mountains, Parks & Foothills epub ebook

Place Names of Alberta: Volume I - Mountains, Parks & Foothills epub ebook Category: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: University of Calgary Press (June 30, 1991)
Pages: 317 pages
ISBN: 0919813739
ISBN13: 978-0919813731
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Edmonton park named after Alexander Harold Thiele (1920-1981), a German-born lawyer who contributed years of. .K1: Karamitsanis, Aphrodite: Place Names of Alberta. Volume I. Mountains, mountain parks and foothills. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2000.

Edmonton park named after Alexander Harold Thiele (1920-1981), a German-born lawyer who contributed years of service to Edmonton's German-Canadian Community. K2: Karamitsanis, Aphrodite: Place names of Alberta. Volume II. Southern Alberta. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1992. H: Harrison, Tracey: Place Names of Alberta. Volume III. Central Alberta. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1994. Au: Aubrey, Merrily . Place Names of Alberta. Volume IV. Northern Alberta.

Place names of Alberta: Mountains, mountain parks and foothills (Vo. ). Calgary, Alberta: Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Friends of Geographical Names of Alberta Society, University of Calgary Press. The Lacombe and District Chamber of Commerce. Lacombe, the first century. Lacombe, Alberta: Author. Mountains of Alberta. Mountains of British Columbia.

Place Names of Alberta, Volume 1: Mountains, Parks and Foothills. Calgary: University of Calgary Press Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. p. 42. Canadian Rockies. Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. An 1865 lithograph showing the High Tatras mountain range in Slovakia and Poland by Karel Kořistka appearing in a book by August Heinrich Petermann

Place Names of Alberta, Volume 1: Mountains, Parks and Foothills. ISBN 19813-73-9. An 1865 lithograph showing the High Tatras mountain range in Slovakia and Poland by Karel Kořistka appearing in a book by August Heinrich Petermann. The Andes, the world's longest mountain range on the surface of a continent, seen from the air. Hillary and Tenzing Montes on Pluto (14 July 2015).

Collection by Ajm067 Travel Photography. Prairie landscape with a view of the mountains in the distance Alberta Foothills. Big Horn Lookout Sheep River Proviincial Park 5524. Prairie landscape with a view of the mountains in the distance. The paintings are from ww. cottmackenzieart. Highway 546- Sheep River Provincial Park. Highway 6. Scottmackenzieart. ajm067 Travel Photography.

Most of Alberta's mountains are found on the western edge of the .

Other elevated spots can be found in the Caribou Moun. Comprising five distinct summits, Mount Lyell reaches a height of 3,504 m (11,496 ft). The mountain was named by James Hector in 1858 in recognition of the Scottish geologist, Sir Charles Lyell.

Rocky Mountain Foothills. Downtown Canmore Alberta, A Beautiful Little Town in the Rocky Mountains. Rocky Mountains and Foothills on approach to Calgary Alberta. A buffalo jump located where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains begin to rise from the prairie. Alberta foothills thunderstorm southwest of Rocky Mountain House July 25, 2011. Alberta Travel and Tourism - Unofficial - Driving the Foothills - YouTube. Alberta foothills supercell timelapse south of Rocky Mountain House August 5, 2012.

Calgary's place names certainly illustrate the far-reaching effects of the . There are at least three mountains in Alberta bearing the name Douglas.

Calgary's place names certainly illustrate the far-reaching effects of the Scottish diaspora, whether through direct immigration from Scotland or through migration from other parts of Canada by people with Scots ancestry. Christie Park – there are at least two places in Scotland with this name (a park in Alexandria in the Vale of Leven, and a football ground in Huntly, Aberdeenshire) as well as Christielands in Dumfries & Galloway and Christie’s Hole in the Shetland Islands.

Mountain Park is a ghost town in western Alberta, south of Cadomin, elevation 6200 feet, at the end of the historic Alberta Coal Branch line of the Canadian National Railway (originally the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway)

Mountain Park is a ghost town in western Alberta, south of Cadomin, elevation 6200 feet, at the end of the historic Alberta Coal Branch line of the Canadian National Railway (originally the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway). Production of steam coal for railroad use by the Mountain Park Coal Co. Ltd. began in 1912 or 1914.

This first in a series of four reference books focuses on Alberta's official geographical place names combining gazetteer and origin information within the mountains, mountain parks, and foothills and is the most current and complete tool regarding this area of the province's toponymy. Place names fascinate everyone, and certainly Alberta has its share of striking and unusual place names. Some evoke an atmosphere, such as "Gloomy Creek" or "Happy Valley"; some are simply descriptive, such as "Castle Mountain" or "Thin Lake." Origins of place names are as diverse as the names themselves and in Place Names of Alberta: Volume I, many of the historical stories will unfold.
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