CARMN -Central Alberta Regional Museum Network Publications -Click pictures for larger image.

Aspenland 1998 - FrontAspenland 1998 - Inside

Aspenland 1998: Local Knowledge and a Sense of Place, edited by D. Goa and D. Ridley, $12.95 plus S/H

Aspenland II - FrontAspenland II - BackAspenland II - Inside

Aspenland II On Women's Lives and Work in Central Alberta, edited by David Ridley, $19.95 plus S/H.

West of the Blindman - FrontWest of the Blindman - BackWest of the Blindman - Inside

West of the Blindman: Observations of a Half Century, by Fred Schutz, edited by W. Baergen and David C. Jones, $24.95 plus S/H.

A Prisoner of War Diary - FrontA Prisoner of War Diary - BackA Prisoner of War Diary - Inside

A Prisoner of War Diary: The Ray Heard Memoirs.1939-1945, by Raymond Heard, $24.95 plus S/H.

The above publications are availablefrom various CARMN members and Central Alberta Historical Society Publications

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The Formation of Mind and Spirit: A Collection Reference and Commentary, prepared by David J. Goa and David Ridley. (out of print)

Storyline: At the Heart of Your Museumstoryline back

Storyline: At the Heart of Your Museum, by Anna Robertson, (Robertson Weir Ltd.),  
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The Unspoken Worlds of Aspenland: Study Circles in Memory, Tradition and Place, prepared by D. Goa, D. Ridley, and Lawrie Knight-Steinbach. (out of print)

Policy and Procedure Development Workbook

Policy and Procedure Development Workbook, Central Alberta Regional Museum Network, 2006,
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Alberta Museums Association Standard Practices Handbook for Museums, 3rd edition is available at museums.ab.ca/book-store.aspx

Central Alberta Historical Society

Chartered in 1995, the Central Alberta Historical Society (CAHS) covers the region from Ponoka in the north to Olds in the south, and from the B.C. border to the Saskatchewan border.  Each year from September to May, CHS presents an exciting series of historical lectures and special events ranging from period Christmas dinners to visits to historic ranches. We have become recognized for our well organized four-day summer bus tours to exotic prairie and mountain locations. Each May, the CAHS celebrates local heritage and history through the annual Central Alberta Historical Festival; partners such as museums and historic sites present a variety of family oriented events.

CAHS is a chapter of the Historical Society of Alberta, established in 1907 by an act of the Alberta Legislature to encourage the study and preservation of Canadian and Alberta history.

The overriding object of CAHS is “to promote and publish historical works, develop education and programming activities to encourage membership in the Society and the performance of its objects.” 

Membership in the CAHS includes a membership in the historical Society of Alberta, the CAHS newsletter and History
Now, the newsletter of the Historical Society of Alberta, which covers history across the province. The glossy quarterly
magazine, Alberta History, is available to members for a reasonable subscription rate.

Central Alberta Historical Society
4525 47A Avenue, Red Deer AB T4N 6Z6
Phone 403-309-8405

CAHS

History Books avalible from CARMN Members
 

The publications listed below are avalible through the publishing organization

 

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Knee Hill Valley History Book: $100.00 plus S/H

To purchase contact Terry Gerrard 403-227-2503

 


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Tips to Unlock the Past with CARMN
• Find relics of the fur trade in this land of the buffalo robe and
beaver pelt. Ask to see these in the museum you are visiting.
Visit an original trading post store, such as the one at Bragg
Creek next to the Stoney Reserve or a stopping house on the
Calgary-Edmonton trail.