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1. Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage - The Methodist Church
Half of Black Americans who immigrated to Alberta the early 20th century were Methodists belonged to African Methodist Episcopal Church.
http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/cultural/religion/methodist.html
 
2. Alberta: How the West was Young - Fur Trade and Mission History - Images
Fur Trade Mission History Images
http://www.abheritage.ca/alberta/en/fur_trade/fur_images.html
 
3. Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage - Video Vignettes: Neil and Marlene Brown - Immigration and Church
The church has helped Marlene Brown her family through many difficult times. While her father paternal grandfather did not attend church,...
http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/multimedia/video/n_m_brown/immigration_church.html
 
4. Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage - The Standard Church of America
The Canadian arm of Standard Church of American was started Ontario by Ralph Horner circa 1916.
http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/cultural/religion/standard.html
 
5. Alberta: How The West Was Young - Fur Trade and Mission History - No. 238: Christ Church at Millarville
For over a century, residents of Millarville, southern Alberta, have practiced their Sunday worship at Christ Church. According to historian Dorothy Field, little...
http://www.abheritage.ca/alberta/en/fur_trade/238_Church_Millarville.html
 
6. Alberta: How The West Was Young - Fur Trade and Mission History - No. 322: St. Paul's Anglican Church at Fish Creek, Near Calgary
On September 27, 1885, St. Paul's Anglican Church held its first service, people filled collection plate with a very generous 17 dollars 30 cents.
http://www.abheritage.ca/alberta/en/fur_trade/322_Paul_Church_Fish_Creek.html
 
7. Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage - The Baptist Church
In early 20th century, almost half of Blacks living Alberta belonged to Baptist Church.
http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/cultural/religion/baptist.html
 
8. Heritage of the Mighty Peace - Anglicans
The Presbyterian missionaries arrived just before wave of settlement the Peace River country that marked years after 1911
http://www.albertasource.ca/mighty/fur_trade/presbyterian.html
 
9. Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage - Video Vignettes: Laurie Toth - Church Holds the Community Together
Things happening Black communities also happens churches. Going to church affords Blacks opportunity to visit with cousins other relatives, many of whom are ministers....
http://www.albertasource.ca/blackpioneers/multimedia/video/laurie_toth/church_community.html
 
10. Alberta: How The West Was Young - Fur Trade and Mission History - No. 313: St. Luke's Anglican Church in Red Deer
St. Luke's Anglican Church the oldest church Red Deer.
http://www.abheritage.ca/alberta/en/fur_trade/313_Ang_Church_RedDeer.html
 

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