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Byfield, Ted. The great west before 1900. United Western Communications Limited. Edmonton, Alberta. 1991.

Champagne , Juliette Marthe. De la Bretagne aux plaines de l'Ouest canadien. Saint-Nicholas: Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 2003.

Dion, Joseph et al. Du Passé au Present and Past: St. Paul – St. Edouard Alberta 1896 – 1990. Société du Livre Historique de St.-Paul Historical Book Society. Friesen Printers. 1990.

Francophone Diversity Canada, a Proud Participant in the Francophonie http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/francophone/canada/diversity.html

The Fur Trade in New France: Les Coureurs des Bois http://www.civilization.ca/vmnf/popul/coureurs/index-en.htm [Nov 2005]

Legal, Émile J. Short sketches of the history of the Catholic Churches and missions in Central Alberta. Winnipeg: West Canada Publishing Co. Ltd., 1914.

Morcos, Gamila. Dictionnaire des artistes et des auteurs francophones de l'Ouest canadien. Les Presses de l'Université Laval et la Faculté Saint-Jean, 1998.

Smith, Donald B. A history of French-speaking Albertans. In Howard Palmer & Tamara Palmer (Eds.), Peoples of Alberta, Portraits of Cultural Diversity (pp. 84-108). Western Producer Prairie Books. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 1985

Tools for Educators http://www.culturecanada.gc.ca/mainfeature_e.cfm [Nov 2005]

Wade, Mason. The French Canadians 1760–1967. Toronto: Macmillian of Canada, 1968.

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