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painting of animalsIn Search of Ancient Alberta, A companion volume.

Did you know...

That camels once grazed the grasslands at the outskirts of Edmonton?

That ancient sea creatures can be found at the peak of Mount Edith Cavell?

That people have been living on Calgary's Nose Hill for more than 8000 years?

That southern Alberta has stone monuments older than the pyramids of Egypt?

In Search of Ancient Alberta, from Heartland Associates, Inc.

All this and much more can be found in In Search of Ancient Alberta, published by: Heartland Associates Inc. - P.O. Box 103 RPO Corydon - Winnipeg, Manitoba R3M 3S7 - tel: (204) 475-7720 - fax: (204) 453-3615 - email: hrtland@mts.net

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