Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies

Have you ever wondered, "What was prairie life like when Alberta became a province?" Or, "What did the early pioneers eat for breakfast?" How about, "What did pop music sound like in 1920s rural Alberta?" Or, for that matter, "How did people 'hang out' long ago?" You will find answers to these questions and many others in the Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies Project.
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Josephine's brother Andrew Nikiforuk feeds the chickens.

Josephine's brother Andrew Nikiforuk feeds the chickens.

Two young boys pose atop their horses.

Two young boys pose atop their horses.

Jos Michaud and his toy

Jos Michaud and his toy