Historians Don Wetherell and Irene Kmet follow the transformation of northern Alberta from the early 1890s to the 1950s into a distinct region with diverging interests.
"Wetherell and Kmet are to be congratulated for their ability to weave several complex themes throughout what in many ways is a history of despair." Frits Pannekoek, CBRA
"This large volume. makes a major contribution of the knowledge of the region, presenting the story in an interesting and readable fashion." (Alberta History)
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