Compiled Community Book Names Index

The following tables were compiled by South Peace Regional Archives from the indices of community history books relating to the South River Country of Alberta. The tables are organized in alphabetical order by surname (or topic), then first name. The name of the book the reference is found in and the page number within that book are also given for each entry. There are entries for individuals, families, communities, associations, topics, poems, etc. Because the entries have been compiled from several sources, the specific formatting of entries may vary. 

Print copies of all of the books are available for review at South Peace Regional Archives and may also be available through your local library. The “Our Future, Our Past” website also features a few of the books in digitized form in their Local and Alberta Histories Collection.  Digitized books are linked to in the list below.


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The indices were drawn from the following books:

A History of Grande CacheGrande Cache
Across the SmokyClarkson Valley, Cornwall, Crooked Creek, Darwin, DeBolt, East Smoky, Edson Trail, Goodwin, Mountain Springs,
North Goodwin, Ravenna, Ridgevalley, Simonette, Sturgeon Heights
Along the WapitiAspen Dale, Aspen Ridge, Dimsdale, Flying Shot Lake, Grovedale, Klondyke Trail, Lucky Tree, Millarston, Pipestone
Creek, South Wapiti, Wembley
Beaverlodge to the Rockies
and Supplement
Albright, Appleton, Beaverlodge, Bush Lake, Elmworth, Gimle, Halcourt, Hayfield, Hazelmere, Hinton Trail, Lower
Beaverlodge, Mountain Trail, Rio Grande, Two Rivers, West End
Big Horn School DistrictBig Horn
Bridges to the PastCrooked Creek, DeBolt, East Smoky, Edson Trail, Goodwin, North Goodwin, Ridgevalley
Buffalo TrailsBig Horn, Buffalo Lake, Chatham, Canor, Canuck, Equity, LaGlace, MacHenry, North Equity, North Sexsmith, Old Post
Burnt EmbersChinook Valley, Northmark, Saddle Mountain, Westmark, Woking
Centennial Celebration Edson TrailSettlers who came over the Edson Trail
Chepi SepeBroncho Creek, Caen, Deep Valley, Happy Valley, Ksituan, Spirit River, Spirit Valley, West Spirit, Wonderland, Yellow
Creek
Edson to Grande Prairie TrailSettlers who came over the Long (Athabasca-Grouard) and Edson Trails
From Survey to TodayCounty of Grande Prairie families on homesteads 1909-2009
From Tears to TriumphHays/Gundy, Independent Valley, Peavine, Tomslake, Tupper
Grande Cache: The PeopleGrande Cache
Grande Prairie: Capitol of the PeaceCity of Grande Prairie
Grooming the GrizzlyBelloy, Heart Valley, Lassiter, Mersey, Steele, Wanham, West Vale
Homesteaders’ HeritageBay Tree, Bonanza, Gordondale, West Pouce Coupe, East Doe
Iosegun ReflectionsFox Creek
LaGlace: Yesterday and TodayBig Horn, Buffalo Lake, Canor, Chatham, LaGlace, Many Springs, Meadowville, Northfield, Odin, Old Post
Lake Saskatoon Reflections Lake Saskatoon
Memories and MomentsBridgeview, White Mountain, Willowvale
Northfield SettlementNorthfield
Pioneer Round-Up, Vol. I & IIAlbright, Ashdown, Baldur, Blooming Valley, Demmitt, Gimli, Goodfare, Hythe, Lymburn, Sinclair Lake, Southwell,
Valhalla, West Hythe
Pioneers of the PeaceSettlers in the Grande Prairie area arriving before the train (pre-1916)
Smoky Peace TriangleCodesa, Eaglesham, Tangent, Watino
Smoky River To Grande PrairieBezanson, Crystal Creek, East Kleskun, Fitzsimmons, Five Mile, Kleskun Hill, Kleskun Lake, Lindsay, Somme,
Tranquility, Twilight
Smoke Signals, Gumboots &
Muddy Trails
Little Smoky
Tales, Trails & GumboCotillion, Silver Valley, Fourth Creek
The Big BendBlueberry Creek, Blueberry Mountain, Fourth Creek, Ksituan, Silver Valley, Whitburn
The First Metis… A New NationMetis genealogies and stories
Wagon Trails Grown OverBad Heart, Morning View, Mount Star, North Kleskun, North Sexsmith, Rivertop, Sexsmith, Teepee Creek, Tranquility,
Webster, Webster Trail, Wellington
Wheatfields and WildflowersBroncho Creek, Greenway, New World, Prestville, Rycroft, Silverwood, Volin.
Where the Red Willow GrewCalais (Sturgeon Lake), New Fish Creek, Sturgeon Heights, Sunset House, Valleyview, Whitemud Creek.

OCR software was used to create this compilation, resulting in some irregularities of spelling.

Please notify the Archives of any corrections that are needed.