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Immigrants and settlers from across Canada, the United States,
Europe, and Asia came to Alberta seeking free land, religious and
political freedom, and, most of all, a fresh start. These are the
stories of aristocrats, hat-makers, photographers, bootleggers,
philanthropists, wilderness explorers, squatters, and café
owners who came from all around the world to become true Albertans.
The narratives of these Mavericks will facilitate student understanding
of how the diversity of immigrants has enriched Alberta's communities
- Are We All Equal Yet?
Using Personal Stories to Study the Moral and Ethical Issues of
Prejudice in Canada
- "Free Farms for the Million!"
Investigating the West's History by Exploring and Creating Canadian
Advertising for Immigrants
- The Real Story of Arriving in Canada
Conducting Oral History Interviews to Tell the Story of Your Family's
Immigration to Canada
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