Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies

The memories and stories collected through the Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies Project bring "intangible cultural heritage" to life. They cannot be preserved under glass or viewed in a museum. The project will provide future generations of Canadians access to over eight hundred hours of documentary information and primary archival resources. What a priceless tool for further research into Canadian prairie heritage!
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Josephine's grandparents' original farmhouse built in 1912

Josephine's grandparents' original farmhouse built in 1912

Fieldworker Christine Kampen poses for a photograph with a c...

Fieldworker Christine Kampen poses for a photograph with a consultant.