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Prairie Grass to Mountain Pass: History of the Pioneers of Pincher Creek and District by Pincher Creek Historical Society - Hardcover - Second Printing - 1975 - from RareNonFiction.com (SKU: 343H5026)

Prairie Grass to Mountain Pass: History of the Pioneers of Pincher Creek and District

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Prairie Grass to Mountain Pass: History of the Pioneers of Pincher Creek and District

by Pincher Creek Historical Society

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  • Hardcover
Condition
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ISBN 10
0919212379
ISBN 13
9780919212374
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Pincher Creek, Alberta: Pincher Creek Historical Society, 1975. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Second Printing. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. viii, 867 pages. Generously illustrated with black and white reproductions of archival family photos. Second printing of the 1974 first edition. "Devoted primarily to biographies arranged in alphabetical order according to district, concentrating on settlers who arrived prior to WWI. Includes the following districts: Ashvale, Beauvais, Beaver Mines, Burmis, Chipman Creek, Cowley, Crook, Cyr, Drywood, Fir Grove, Fishburn, Gadshill, Gladstone Valley, Halifax, Heath Creek, Hillsboro, Lee School District, Lundbreck, Marr, Maycroft, Mountain Hill, North Fork, Olin Creek, Robert Kerr, Spread Eagle, Spring Ridge, Summerview, Tanner, Tennessee, Todd Creek, Twin Butee, Utopia, Waldron, and Yarrow. Two words highlighted on page vii otherwise clean and unmarked with light wear. Short opening to top of backstrip. Binding tight. A quality copy of this excellent local history and invaluable genealogical reference. Krotki [2] 827, Strathern 3197..

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Bookseller's Inventory #
343H5026
Title
Prairie Grass to Mountain Pass: History of the Pioneers of Pincher Creek and District
Author
Pincher Creek Historical Society
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Edition
Second Printing
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
0919212379
ISBN 13
9780919212374
Publisher
Pincher Creek Historical Society
Place of Publication
Pincher Creek, Alberta
Date Published
1975
Keywords
Pincher Creek, pioneers, settlers, Families, History, Ashvale, Beauvais, Beaver Mines, Burmis, Chipman Creek, Cowley, Crook, Cyr, Drywood, Fir Grove, Fishburn, Gadshill, Gladstone Valley, Halifax, Heath Creek, Hillsboro, Lee School District, Lundbreck, Ma
Bookseller catalogs
Genealogy; Alberta;
Size
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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