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The Heritage Community Foundation gratefully acknowledges the financial investment by the Department of Canadian Heritage in the creation of this on-line presentation for the Virtual Museum of Canada.

The Women of Aspenland Virtual Exhibit was developed by the Heritage Community Foundation. The website is a part of the Alberta Online Encyclopedia—the Heritage Community Foundation initiative that is giving a World Wide Web presence to the historical, natural, cultural, scientific and technological heritage of Alberta. It is also a vehicle for ensuring that our heritage is valued by everyone. The Foundation has partnered with the Central Alberta Regional Museums Network (CARMN), which has contributed intellectual property in the nature of text and images.

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