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Acorn, John and Chris Fisher. Birds of Alberta. Edmonton, Vancouver, Renton: Lone Pine Publishing, 1998.

Acorn, John. Bugs of Alberta. Illustrator: Ian Sheldon. Edmonton, Renton: Lone Pine Publishing, 2000.

Berry, Susan, and Jack Brink. Aboriginal Cultures in Alberta: Five Hundred Generations. Edmonton: The Provincial Museum of Alberta, 2004.

Black, Scott, and Alan Fehr, eds. Natural History of the Western Arctic. Inuvik: Western Arctic Handbook Project, 2002.

Burns, Donna, Christina Clavelle, Robin J. Marles, Leslie Monteleone, and Natalie Tays. Aboriginal Plant Use in Canada’s Northwest Boreal Forest. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2000.

Crerar, Duff, and Jaroslav Petryshyn, eds. Treaty 8 Revisited: Selected Papers on the 1999 Centennial Conference. Grande Prairie: The Lobstick Editorial Collective at Grande Prairie Regional College, 2000.

Farrar, John Laird. Trees in Canada. Markham: Fitzhenry and Whiteside; Ottawa: Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, 1995.

Fisher, Chris, and Don Pattie. Mammals of Alberta. Edmonton, Renton: Lone Pine Publishing, 1999.

Fumoleau, Rene. As Long As This Land Shall Last: A History of Treaty 8 and Treaty 11, 1870-1939. Calgary: The University of Calgary Press and the Arctic Institute of North America, 2004.

Garvin, Terry. Bush Land People. Calgary: The Arctic Institute of North America of the University of Calgary, 1992.

Garvin, Terry. Carving Faces, Carving Lives: People of the Boreal Forest. Edmonton: Heritage Community Foundation, 2005.

Henry, J. David. Smithsonian Natural History Series: Canada’s Boreal Forest. Washington, London: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2002. 

Hursey, Roberta. A Sense of the Peace: A Historical Overview and Study of Communities and Museums in the Peace River Country. DeBolt: Spirit of the Peace Association, 1996.

Johnson, Derek, Linda Kershaw, Andy MacKinnon, and Jim Pojar. Plants of the Western Boreal Forest and Aspen Parkland. Edmonton: Lone Pine Publishing, 1995.

Kramer, Pat. An Altitude Superguide: Native Sites in Western Canada. Canmore: Altitude Publishing Canada, 1998.

Leduc, M.A. The Explorer’s Guide to Boreal Forest Plants. Cobalt: Highway Book Shop, 1997.

Mussieux, Ron, and Marilyn Nelson. A Traveller’s Guide to Geological Wonders in Alberta. Edmonton: The Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1998.

Schneider, Richard R. Alternative Futures: Alberta’s Boreal Forest at the Crossroads. Edmonton: The Alberta Centre for Boreal Research and the Federation of Alberta Naturalists, 2002.

Willard, Terry. A Wild Rose College Field Guide: Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Rocky Mountains and Neighbouring Territories. Photographer: Blaine Andrusek. Calgary: Wild Rose College of Natural Healing,1992.



Aboriginal Canada Portal website: http://www.aboriginalcanada.gc.ca/

Alberta Sustainable Resource Development website: http://www3.gov.ab.ca/srd/

borealforest.org website: www.borealforest.org 

Canoe Saskatchewan website – Human History in Far Northern Saskatchewan webpage: http://www.canoesaskatchewan.rkc.ca/arch/archhist.htm   

Chipewyan Prairie First Nation website: http://www.chipewyan.com/

Civilization.ca website - Morrison, David. The Inuvialuit of the Western Arctic from Ancient Times to 1902 webpage: http://www.civilization.ca/aborig/inuvial/indexe.html

Fort McMurray Labour Market website: http://www.woodbuffalo.net/

Fur Institute of Canada website: www.fur.ca

iExplore website - Saskatchewan History and Saskatchewan Culture webpage: http://www.iexplore.com/dmap/Saskatchewan/History

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada website: http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/index_e.html

Industry Canada – Canadian Arctic Affairs website: http://collections.ic.gc.ca/arctic/

MacKenzie Art Gallery – Wigwas: The Art of Birch Bark Biting webpage: http://www.mackenzieartgallery.sk.ca/calendar/view.cgi?cmd=view&event_id=240

Natural Resources Canada website: http://www.nrcan-rncan.gc.ca/inter/index.html

Native American Indian Resources website: http://www.kstrom.net/isk/mainmenu.html

Northwest Territories Literacy Council website – Aboriginal Language webpage: http://www.nwt.literacy.ca/aborig/aborig.htm 

Northwest Territories Wildlife Division webpage: http://www.nwtwildlife.rwed.gov.nt.ca/Default.htm

Rocky Mountain Ecosystem Coalition website – Special Places 2000 Coordinating Committee. The Final Frontier: Protecting Landscape and Biological Diversity within Alberta’s Boreal Forest Natural Region webpage: http://www.hayduke.ca/library/bfnr.html

Royal Alberta Museum – Archaeology Department website: http://www.royalalbertamuseum.ca/human/archaeo/intro.htm 

Shades of Green: Earth’s Forests website: http://library.thinkquest.org/17456/

Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta website: http://www.treaty8.org/

University of Saskatchewan website – Barnett, Don C. Northern Names webpage: http://www.usask.ca/education/ideas/tplan/sslp/names.htm

Virtual Saskatchewan website – Aboriginal Culture and Spirit webpage: http://www.virtualsk.com/current_issue/culture_and_spirit.html



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