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"HOW TO PEROGY" ILLUSTRATED GUIDE

Do you want to learn how to make perogies?

This colourful illustrated guide created by Alberta artist Nancy Nickolson, will show you how! Its accordion-style design makes it spring-loaded, ready to burst open with an array of beautifully hand-painted artworks. It includes a full recipe and instructions to make a batch of 36 perogies.

It fits nicely into any standard recipe box and opens up to its full size to reveal a long table showing the steps to assembling these tasty potato pillows! The paper is also finished with a special matte laminate, so if you accidently get a bit of food on it, you can wipe it off!

Isn't it making you hungry just thinking about it?!

Measures 3.4"x4" when folded, 8"x17" when unfolded

Printed in Edmonton

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7 SLEEPS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

Every holiday season, children everywhere write letters to Santa. Well, what if he wrote back? Stuart Adams, local author and Edmonton Downtown Christmas Light-Up Santa from 1989 to 2004, seeks to answer that very question in this heart-warming story book.

 

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A JOYFUL HARVEST

A Joyful Harvest tells the story of Jewish life in southern Alberta from 1889 to 2005, beginning with the early pioneers who came from distant lands to the southern most reaches of what was then the Northwest Territories.

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ACID-FREE FILE FOLDERS, Legal, Box of 100

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ACID-FREE FILE FOLDERS, Letter, Box of 100

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AFTER THE FUR TRADE: LIVING ON THE LAND

This book is an in-depth look at four of the original homesteader families of Edmonton who staked river lots in about 1870 in the area now known as Highlands. It is a story of Edmonton as it moved from a fur trading post into a farming settlement and eventually into a small city.

Author: Carol Snyder

 

ALBERTA HISTORY: LESSER SLAVE LAKE REGION: NEWS REVIEWS VOLUME 1: 1880-1896

Colonial & Indigenous relationships, the fur trade, methods of transportation. From 1880 to 1896, these changes were happening faster than ever before in Northern Alberta!

Containing an overview of these transformations, this book documents several news stories from the time. Through it, you can relive one of the greatest expansion periods in Alberta s history!

From starvation, epidemics and land surveys primarily affecting the Indigenous people, to the beginnings of missions and the exploding gold rush, this book documents key events that helped shape the Lesser Slave Lake Region.

During this time, life in the North was being tested. Settlers were moving into the area and the fur trade was considered an economic driver to place Edmonton as a commercial centre. At the same time, the old ways of life, transportation methods and cultural activities were still taking place.

While the focus of this book is the Lesser Slave Lake Region, other areas are included. Northern Alberta which is now about half the province   is a vast geographical space. People were bound to each other through travel routes and the fur trade. What happened in one community often affected the next, even if they were several hundred kilometres apart.

Four themed commentaries give timelines and information on the following subjects: Fur Trade, Travel, Settlement/Development and Indigenous Impacts. An index of names, places and other information containing brief descriptions of events is available in the back of the book. The included articles offer newsworthy highlights and present a snapshot of the people and events in the region.

ALBERTA ROAD TRIP BINGO

Hit the road and visit Alberta's big things in small towns! The postcard features 12 beautifully illustrated large wonders of Alberta!

Postcard measures 4.2" x 5.5"

By Alberta artist Nancy Nickolson

Printed in Canada

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