Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies

The project concentrated on individual ethnic communities but also sought information about the relationships among them, including cultural boundaries, borrowing, and integration. Since the categories investigated-ritual expressions, material culture, verbal traditions, and performance arts-can be found in almost every local community, they are easy to research.
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The junior violin quartet plays at a community hall in the C...

The junior violin quartet plays at a community hall in the Crowsnest Pass area.

The mine rescue team from Blairmore poses for a group photo.

The mine rescue team from Blairmore poses for a group photo.

The Coleman youth orchestra posed for a photograph at the lo...

The Coleman youth orchestra posed for a photograph at the local community hall.