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Paul Kane information: Paul Kane, Artist: Following Historic Trails, An Artist’s Glorious Adventure in the Canadian Rockies

This file contains an entire photocopy of Paul Kane, Artist: Following Historic Trails by Bruce Haig, a photocopy of The Canadian Rockies: Early Travels and Explorations by Esther Fraser including the title page and pgs 48-55 regarding chapter 7 "An Artist's Glorious Adventure," and a typed draft document "Paul Kane: The Artist" by Richard Wuorinen (5pgs).

Haig, Bruce, 1936-2022

Miscellaneous Mountain Cache newsletter

This file contains The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 13 no. 1 March 2009 including the article "Kvass, a Unique Historical Landmark" by Robert Guest, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 13 no. 2 June 2009 including the article "Kleskun Hills and Sturgeon Lake" by Richard Wuorinen, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 14 no. 2 September 2010 including the article "The grand opening of Bird's Eye View Interpretive Park" by Wuorinen, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 15 no. 2 June 2011 including the article "Smoky Tales: Our field trip to Robb" by Wuorinen, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 16 no. 2 June 2012 including the article "Our spring field trip: Robb, Cadomin and Mt. Park" by Wuorinen, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 16 no. 4 December 2012 including the article "Smoky Tales: Fall field trip to Jasper," The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 19 no. 2 June 2015 including the article "Bury Me at Susa Creek: The Story of Father Landry" by Richard Wuorinen, and The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 19 no. 3 September 2015 including the article "Smoky Tales: Our Field Trip to Dunvegan" by Wuorinen

Guest, Robert

Thomas Drummond: Sketch of a Journey to the Rocky Mountains and to the Columbia River

This file contains a photocopied written note dated 26 January 2010 regarding the contents of the folder, a photocopy of Botanical Miscellany vol. 1 1830 edited by William Jackson Hooker including pgs 92-94 regarding the article "Flora of the British Possessions in North America" and pgs 178-219 regarding the article "Sketch of a Journey to the Rocky Mountains and to the Columbia River" by Thomas Drummond, a photocopied typed letter from Ian MacLaren to Bob Hallam dated 10 February 1998 regarding sharing reference works and discussion of Hallam's tentative identification of the lake Drummond refers to, a typed document "Was Drummond[']s La-la-Pierre To-Days [sic] A La Peche Lake?" by R.C. Hallam regarding quotations from Drummond's "Sketch of a Journey" and discussion about the possible location of the lake (2pgs), a photocopied topographical map regarding À la Pêche Lake, photocopied images of À la Pêche Lake dated 20 October 1997 (3pgs), a photocopied photograph dated 20 October 1997 of Lac-la-Pierre as well as a photocopied image of Thomas Drummond, a photocopied written note dated 26 January 2010 regarding Tom Peterson's research relationship with Rene Belland and Belland's research into Thomas Drummond as well as individuals who could assist with research (2pgs), a photocopied written note regarding references to Thomas Drummond in 2000 Place Names of Alberta by Eric J. Holmgreen and Handbook of the Canadian Rockies by Ben Gadd, a photocopied written note dated 2 December 2006 regarding Tom Peterson's research relationship with John Griffiths and his interest in Thomas Drummond, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 18 no. 1 March 2014 regarding the article "Smoky Tales: Trip to A La Peche" by Richard Wuorinen, and The Mountain Cache newsletter.vol. 17 no. 3 September 2013 regarding the article "Thomas Drummond: The Botanist Explorer" by Richard Wuorinen.

Hooker, William Jackson, Sir, 1785-1865

General Railways information: Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (GTPR), Canadian Northern Railway (CNoR), Canadian National Railway (CNR)

This file contains a written note "Grand Trunk + Can Northern" regarding the history of the Dyke/Entrance/Old Entrance and Bliss stations, a photocopy from an unknown book "Combination Station-and-Section-Houses" pgs 22-23 regarding GTPR and CnoR depots, a typed letter from Les Kozma to Peter Murphy dated 28 September 2009 regarding citations and explanations for A Hard Road to Travel as well as a written note by Tom Peterson dated 10 November 2012 regarding comments on Kozma's information (2pgs), a typed document "Leslie S. Kozma - web references" regarding information and references about Kozma/notes on a Hinton GTPR Station Preservation Society meeting 12 May 2003 and emails between Kozma/Peter Murphy and Tom Archibald regarding comments and corrections to A Hard Road to Travel (10pgs), a written note "Dominion Parks Department of the Interior Fiscal Year ending March 31 1914" regarding references to GTPR and CNoR railroad construction progress, a photocopied map "Central Part of Jasper Park: Province of Alberta" dated 1917 with highlighted locations of GTPR and CNoR stations, a written note dated 8 December 2006 regarding references to The Human History of Jasper National Park by Brenda Gainer regarding GTPR and CNoR railway construction and their amalgamation as the Canadian Northern Railway (2pgs), a photocopied article "Engines WEST! Railway helped shape the future of Hinton" by Jessica Kerr pgs 8-9 of an unknown work, a written note "Freight Traffic to the End of Steel: Prairie Creek" regarding references to The Human History of Jasper National Park by Brenda Gainer, two photocopied clippings from an unknown work regarding an image of a consolidated CnoR and GTP rail line dated 1921 (NA-471-5) and an image of a portion of a former CN rail line used as a road dated 1922 (NA-2336-9) both from the Glenbow Archives, a photocopy of Heritage Hunter's Guide to Alberta Museums by Roberta Hursey including the copyright/contents and two unknown pages regarding the Camrose Railway Station museum and railways in the area (2pgs), a newspaper article "Railway dictates the settlement of the West" from an unknown newspaper dated 28 August 2005, a laminated photocopied map "Edmonton to Téte Jaune Cache" regarding CNoR and GTPR rail lines, a photocopied "“Map 7: CNoR & GTP Mainlines - Edmonton (Alta) to Mt. Robson (B.C. 1910-1917" regarding Canadian Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway lines through Alberta and BC, a photocopied “Map 8: CNR Composite Mainline - Edmonton (Alta) to Mt. Robson (B.C.) 1960" regarding Canadian National Railway lines through Alberta and BC, a photocopy of "A Tribute to the Station Agent" by Jim George in Alberta History Winter 2005 pgs 23-25 (entire work), a photocopy of Jasper Reflections pgs 472-473 regarding Thomas Young's railroad career, 6 printed maps regarding GTP and CNoR rail lines from Jasper-Yellowhead to Entwistle, The Mountain Cache vol. 18 no. 3 September 2014 regarding the article "Race to the Pass: The Great Yellowhead Railway Race" by Richard Wuorinen, a photocopied topographical map regarding GTPR and CNoR railway lines from Dominion Prairie to Henry House Flats (2pgs), three oversized reproduction photographs of a railway trestle bridge/railway construction camp and men on a locomotive, and a printed webpage "Atlas of Alberta Railways" regarding maps of "Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Canadian Northern Track Consolidation" (6pgs).

Kozma, Leslie S., 1953-

Archaeology and Indigenous History

This file contains a photocopied Edmonton Journal newspaper article "Scrub brush hid evidence of early man in foothills" dated 27 December 1982 as well as photocopied information about the Jasper-Yellowhead Museum's online collection Alberta Insight (2pgs), a photocopy of West Country Visitors' Guide 1999-2000 pg 52 regarding "Indian Trails Ranch" and its collection of Indigenous artifacts, photocopied maps of Alberta from an unknown work regarding "Forts and Posts between 1778 and 1874" and "Indian Tribes around 1785," a written note regarding an image of the Ewan Moberly homestead held by the Whyte Museum, The Mountain Cache newsletter vol. 5 no. 2 June 2001 regarding the articles "Solomon Caraconte - Field Trip" and "Spring 2001: Local Field Trip" by Richard Wuorinen that discuss First Nations families in Grande Cache, a printed webpage "John Moberly's Family Homestead" regarding information about the family and the homestead, a photocopied written note by Mark Truxler regarding Henry John Moberly, a typed photocopied document regarding extracts from "Description and Guide to Jasper Park" by M.P. Bridgland pgs 69-70 and the chapter "Swift and His Neighbours" from The Canadian Rockies: New and Old Trails by A.P. Coleman pgs 275-279 regarding Lewis Swift (3pgs), a photocopy of The New Garden of Canada: By Pack-Horse and Canoe Through Undeveloped British Columbia by F.A. Talbot regarding the chapter "Swift, the Frontiersman, and his Famous Ranch" pgs 84-91, a photocopied map "Historic sites of Jasper National Park" from The Human History of Jasper National Park by Brenda Gainer pg 237, and a book Aboriginal Cultures in Alberta: Five Hundred Generations by Susan Berry and Jack Brink.

Wuorinen, Richard