List of National Historic Sites of Canada in Alberta

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This is a list of National Historic Sites of Canada (French: Lieux historiques nationaux du Canada) in the province of Alberta. There are 59 National Historic Sites designated in Alberta, of which 14 are administered by Parks Canada (identified below by the beaver icon Beaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png).[1][2] The first three sites in Alberta were designated in 1923 and are as follows: the site of rival trading posts Fort Augustus and Fort Edmonton, the site of the Frog Lake Massacre and the site of the first outpost of the North-West Mounted Police in Western Canada at Fort Macleod.[3]

This list uses names designated by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, which may differ from other names for these sites.

National Historic Sites[edit]

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Site Date(s) Designated Location Description Image
Abbot Pass Refuge CabinBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [4] 1922 (completed) 1992 Abbot Pass
51°21′50.6″N 116°17′24.75″W / 51.364056°N 116.2902083°W / 51.364056; -116.2902083 (Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin)
An alpine hut located at an elevation of 2925 metres in the Alberta Rockies, near the continental divide in Banff National Park, near its boundary with Yoho National Park in British Columbia Image of Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin
Áísínai'pi [5] 2004 Milk River
49°4′55″N 111°37′1″W / 49.08194°N 111.61694°W / 49.08194; -111.61694 (Áísínai'pi)
Also known as Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, it serves as both a nature preserve and protection for a large number of aboriginal rock carvings and paintings This petroglyph was created prior to the arrival of the horse. It shows a warrior carrying a body shield
Athabasca PassBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [6] 1811 (first documented by non-Aboriginal people) 1971 Jasper National Park
52°22′35″N 118°11′00″W / 52.37639°N 118.18333°W / 52.37639; -118.18333 (Athabasca Pass)
A major point on the fur trade route between Rupert's Land and the Columbia District, used by the York Factory Express Athabasca Pass sign
Atlas No. 3 Coal Mine [7] 1936 (opened) 2001 Drumheller
51°19′43.07″N 112°28′57.04″W / 51.3286306°N 112.4825111°W / 51.3286306; -112.4825111 (Atlas Coal Mine)
An exceptionally well-preserved coal-mining landscape View of the Atlas Coal Mine tipple, main conveyor belt, and old blacksmith's shop
Banff Park MuseumBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [8] 1903 (completed) 1985 Banff National Park
51°10′25.57″N 115°34′17.9″W / 51.1737694°N 115.571639°W / 51.1737694; -115.571639 (Banff Park Museum)
A rustic log-faced building set prominently within a landscaped park in the Banff townsite, containing early botanical and zoological exhibits from Banff National Park in early twentieth-century glass cases Exterior view of the front facade of the Banff Park Museum
Banff Springs Hotel [9] 1928 (completed) 1988 Banff National Park
51°09′52.2″N 115°33′47.7″W / 51.164500°N 115.563250°W / 51.164500; -115.563250 (Banff Springs Hotel)
A former railway hotel constructed in Scottish Baronial style at the base of Sulphur Mountain, built to replace a wooden 1888 hotel which burned down in 1926 Image of the Banff Springs Hotel
Bar U RanchBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [10] 1882 (established) 1989 Longview
50°25′11″N 114°14′0″W / 50.41972°N 114.23333°W / 50.41972; -114.23333 (Bar U Ranch)
A historic ranch in the Alberta foothills Image of Bar U Ranch
Beaulieu [11] 1891 (completed) 1992 Calgary
51°02′26″N 114°04′42″W / 51.04043°N 114.07835°W / 51.04043; -114.07835 (Beaulieu)
Known as Lougheed House, a mansion in Calgary's Beltline district originally built for Senator James Alexander Lougheed Exterior of Lougheed House
Blackfoot Crossing [12] 1877 (treaty) 1925 Cluny
50°48′15″N 112°54′23″W / 50.80417°N 112.90639°W / 50.80417; -112.90639 (Blackfoot Crossing)
A traditional meeting place on the Blackfoot reserve, where representations of the Crown and the Siksika, Northern Peigan, Kainai, Nakoda and Tsuu T'ina peoples met to sign Treaty 7 in 1877 Blackfoot Crossing Historic Site Plaque
British Block Cairn [13] 1400 CE (ca.) 1973 Canadian Forces Base Suffield
50°36′30.24″N 110°35′32.28″W / 50.6084000°N 110.5923000°W / 50.6084000; -110.5923000 (British Block Cairn)
A large boulder cairn surrounded by a ring of stones, an important example of Niitsitapi cultural heritage The center stone cairn with a Napi effigy in the foreground
Brooks Aqueduct [14] 1914 (completed) 1983 Brooks
50°31′44.04″N 111°51′18″W / 50.5289000°N 111.85500°W / 50.5289000; -111.85500 (Brooks Aqueduct)
A landmark irrigation project built by the Canadian Pacific Railway, spanning a 3.2 kilometer valley and irrigating a section of south-eastern Alberta Brooks Aqueduct National Historic Site
Calgary City Hall [15] 1911 (completed) 1984 Calgary
51°2′46″N 114°3′26″W / 51.04611°N 114.05722°W / 51.04611; -114.05722 (Calgary City Hall)
A four-storey sandstone building with central clock tower, designed in the Romanesque Revival style and serving as the focal point of Calgary's city hall complex Exterior of Calgary City Hall
Cave and BasinBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [16] 1859 (first documented by non-Aboriginal people) 1981 Banff National Park
51°10′12″N 115°35′20.76″W / 51.17000°N 115.5891000°W / 51.17000; -115.5891000 (Cave and Basin)
The site of natural thermal mineral springs around which Canada's first national park, Banff National Park, was established The descriptive sign at the entrance of the Cave and Basin National Historic Site in Banff, Alberta, Canada
Coleman [17] 1903 (establishment of townsite) 2001 Crowsnest Pass (municipality)
49°38′7″N 114°30′11″W / 49.63528°N 114.50306°W / 49.63528; -114.50306 (Coleman)
A preserved coal-mining landscape in one of the most important coal producing centres in the Crowsnest Pass, the greatest coalfield in Alberta and southeastern British Columbia Coleman Alberta
Earthlodge Village[18] 1740 (c.) 1972 Gleichen
50°47′4″N 112°51′25″W / 50.78444°N 112.85694°W / 50.78444; -112.85694 (Earthlodge Village)
Earthwork defensive fortifications, unique in Canada, constructed by an unidentified people Earthlodge Village
First Oil Well in Western CanadaBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [19] 1902 1965 Waterton Lakes National Park
49°4′15.53″N 113°59′12.37″W / 49.0709806°N 113.9867694°W / 49.0709806; -113.9867694 (First Oil Well in Western Canada)
First commercially productive oil well in Western Canada Historic marker at the location of the first oil well
Fort Assiniboine [20] 1823 (fort established) 1935 Woodlands County
54°20′1″N 114°46′19″W / 54.33361°N 114.77194°W / 54.33361; -114.77194 (Fort Assiniboine)
A trading post established by the Hudson's Bay Company which served as a stopping point along the Klondike Trail View of large wheel and pick axe at Fort Assiniboine
Fort Augustus and Fort Edmonton [21][22] 1795 (Fort Augustus built), 1796 (first Fort Edmonton built) 1923 Fort Saskatchewan
53°42′58″N 113°13′15″W / 53.71611°N 113.22083°W / 53.71611; -113.22083 (Fort Augustus and Fort Edmonton)
The site of rival trading posts established by the North West Company and the Hudson's Bay Company, described as being a "musket-shot" apart Fort Augustus and Edmonton House plaque
Fort Calgary [23] 1875 (established) 1925 Calgary
51°2′43″N 114°2′45″W / 51.04528°N 114.04583°W / 51.04528; -114.04583 (Fort Calgary)
A fort established by the North-West Mounted Police, located at the confluence of the Bow and Elbow rivers in what is now Calgary Part of the Fort Calgary historic site. This is a year 2000 "replica" of the soldier's residence originally built in 1888.
Fort Chipewyan [24] 1788 (established) 1930 Wood Buffalo
58°42′44″N 111°08′54″W / 58.71222°N 111.14833°W / 58.71222; -111.14833 (Fort Chipewyan)
One of the oldest European settlements in Alberta, established by the North West Company when it built a trading post there in 1788
Fort Dunvegan [25] 1805 (established) 1947 Dunvegan
55°55′25″N 118°35′40″W / 55.92361°N 118.59444°W / 55.92361; -118.59444 (Fort Dunvegan)
Site of a trading post established by the North West Company Fort Dunvegan
Fort Edmonton III [26] 1830 (established) 1959 Edmonton
53°32′1.37″N 113°30′23.51″W / 53.5337139°N 113.5065306°W / 53.5337139; -113.5065306 (Fort Edmonton III)
The final Hudson's Bay Company fort to bear the "Fort Edmonton" name, evolved into present-day Edmonton; reconstructed commencing in 1969 Cabin at Fort Edmonton Park
Fort Fork [27] 1792 (established) 1928 Peace River
56°8′15″N 117°28′30″W / 56.13750°N 117.47500°W / 56.13750; -117.47500 (Fort Fork)
Starting point of Alexander MacKenzie's route to Pacific, 1793 Fort Fork sign
Fort Macleod [28] 1874 (established) 1923 Fort Macleod
49°43′32.1″N 113°23′51.1″W / 49.725583°N 113.397528°W / 49.725583; -113.397528 (Fort Macleod)
A fort established in 1874 on an island on the Oldman River, it was the first outpost of the North-West Mounted Police in Western Canada, and served as NWMP headquarters between 1874 and 1878 View of the Fort Macleod pallisades
Fort Vermilion [29] 1788 (first fort established), 1828 (fort moved), 1908 (Old Bay House completed) 1968 Fort Vermilion
58°23′4″N 116°2′26″W / 58.38444°N 116.04056°W / 58.38444; -116.04056 (Fort Vermilion)
The "Old Bay House" is the only Hudson’s Bay Company factor’s house on its original location in Alberta, the last remaining structure of the fort that evolved into the present-day hamlet of Fort Vermilion Exterior view of the Old Bay House
Fort Whoop-Up [30][31] 1869 (established) 1963 Lethbridge
49°41′31″N 112°51′24″W / 49.69194°N 112.85667°W / 49.69194; -112.85667 (Fort Whoop-Up)
Originally named Fort Hamilton, the Fort Whoop-Up trading post became the centre of the illegal whisky trade in the region, contributing to the formation of the North-West Mounted Police in 1874 to police Canada's western territories Photo of Fort Whoop Up National Historic Site, August 2008
Frog LakeBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [32] 1885 (uprising) 1923 Frog Lake
53°49′52″N 110°21′31″W / 53.831186°N 110.358696°W / 53.831186; -110.358696 (Frog Lake)
Site of the Frog Lake Massacre, a Cree uprising during the North-West Rebellion prompted by what seemed to be unfair treaties by the Canadian government and the dwindling buffalo population Frog Lake National Historic Site cairn and plaque
Government House in Edmonton, Alberta [33] 1911 (completed) 2012 Edmonton
53°32′29.88″N 113°32′38.1″W / 53.5416333°N 113.543917°W / 53.5416333; -113.543917 (Government House in Edmonton, Alberta)
Served as official residence of Alberta's first six Lieutenant Governors; its imposing exterior, prominent location and distinctive architecture symbolize Alberta's new provincial status and Edmonton’s new role as capital in the early 20th century Exterior of Government House
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump [34] 3500 BCE (ca.) (usage began), 1880s (first documented by non-Aboriginal people) 1968 Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26
49°42′0″N 113°38′0″W / 49.70000°N 113.63333°W / 49.70000; -113.63333 (Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump)
A buffalo jump located where the foothills of the Rocky Mountains begin to rise from the prairie, used for 5,500 years by the indigenous peoples of the plains to kill buffalo by driving them off the 11 metre high cliff (A UNESCO World Heritage Site) The view north along the top of the cliffs at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
Heritage Hall - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology [35] 1922 (completed) 1987 Calgary
51°03′43″N 114°05′29″W / 51.06194°N 114.09139°W / 51.06194; -114.09139 (Heritage Hall)
A three-storey educational building prominently situated on the brow of the Bow River valley, constructed in the Collegiate Gothic style, representative of the growth of post-secondary educational institutions in Canada in the early twentieth century Exterior view of Heritage Hall at SAIT Polytechnic
Howse PassBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [36] 1807 (first European exploration) 1978 Blaeberry River and Banff National Park
51°48′53.53″N 116°46′20.31″W / 51.8148694°N 116.7723083°W / 51.8148694; -116.7723083 (Howse Pass)
An early nineteenth-century transportation route through the Canadian Rockies Black and white photograph of pack horses and a camp in the Howse Pass in 1902
Jasper HouseBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [37] 1830 (completed) 1924 Jasper National Park
53°8′48.51″N 117°59′3.1″W / 53.1468083°N 117.984194°W / 53.1468083; -117.984194 (Jasper House)
Archaeological remains of a fur trade post that served as a major destination for travellers using the Athabasca and the Yellowhead passes and the First Nations route through the Smoky River Pass. Watercolour by Paul Kane of Jasper House in 1847
Jasper Park Information Centrev [38] 1914 (completed) 1992 Jasper National Park
52°52′38.32″N 118°4′51.01″W / 52.8773111°N 118.0808361°W / 52.8773111; -118.0808361 (Jasper Park Information Centre)
A rustic fieldstone park building, symbolic of early architecture within Canada's national parks Exterior view of the Jasper Park Information Centre
Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage [39] 1889 (established) 1984 Lac Ste. Anne County
53°42′40″N 114°23′49″W / 53.71111°N 114.39694°W / 53.71111; -114.39694 (Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage)
First Roman Catholic mission to be established by the renowned priest, Albert Lacombe Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage
Leduc-Woodbend Oilfield [40] 1946 (established) 1990 Leduc
53°19′46.45″N 113°43′31.01″W / 53.3295694°N 113.7252806°W / 53.3295694; -113.7252806 (Leduc No 1 Historic Site)
Site of a major crude oil discovery in Alberta, which led to the post-World War II boom in petroleum exploration and development in Western Canada View of the Leduc No. 1 oil well
Medalta Potteries [41] 1912 (established) 1985 Medicine Hat
50°1′55″N 110°38′58″W / 50.03194°N 110.64944°W / 50.03194; -110.64944 (Medalta Potteries)
Early twentieth century beehive kilns and manufacturing buildings; the first western Canadian manufacturer to ship goods east of the Great Lakes Medalta Potteries
Medicine Hat Clay Industries [42] 1999 Medicine Hat
50°1′53″N 110°39′3″W / 50.03139°N 110.65083°W / 50.03139; -110.65083 (Medicine Hat Clay Industries)
A cultural landscape illustrating the factors (local clay beds, access to railway transportation, vast supplies of natural gas to fire the kilns) that led to Medicine Hat’s emergence as the largest supplier of clay products west of Ontario Kilns at Medalta Potteries in Medicine Hat
Mewata Drill Hall / Calgary Drill Hall [43] 1918 (completed) 1989 Calgary
51°02′45″N 114°05′20″W / 51.04583°N 114.08889°W / 51.04583; -114.08889 (Mewata Armouries)
A large-scale drill hall, the scale and prominent location of which exemplify the national pride that greeted Canada's strong performance in the South African War and the First World War Calgary Drill Hall
Nordegg [44] 1911 (mine established) 2001 Nordegg
52°28′30″N 116°4′24″W / 52.47500°N 116.07333°W / 52.47500; -116.07333 (Nordegg)
An important coal mining landscape, with many mining and related resources still existing on site Nordegg No. 2 Mine
Notre Dame des Victoires / Lac La Biche Mission [45] 1853 (established) 1989 Lac La Biche
54°49′15″N 112°5′44″W / 54.82083°N 112.09556°W / 54.82083; -112.09556 (Notre Dame des Victoires / Lac La Biche Mission)
An important Roman Catholic mission, established by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, which served as the hub of various portage routes Notre Dame des Victoires / Lac La Biche Mission National Historic Site of Canada
Old Women's Buffalo Jump [46] 1960 Cayley An aboriginal bison drive in use for more than 1500 years Old Woman's Buffalo Jump
Palace Theatre [47] 1921 (completed) 1996 Calgary A movie palace designed by internationally renowned theatre architect C. Howard Crane, and one of four surviving movie theatres in Canada built by the Allen Chain Front facade of the Palace Theatre
Prince of Wales Hotel [48] 1927 (completed) 1992 Waterton Lakes National Park
49°03′32″N 113°54′13″W / 49.05889°N 113.90361°W / 49.05889; -113.90361 (Prince of Wales Hotel)
A landmark hotel constructed in the rustic-design style, representing the golden age of railway resort development in Canada's national parks Exterior view of the Prince of Wales Hotel with the Canadian Rockies in the background
Rocky Mountain HouseBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [49] 1799 (established) 1926 Rocky Mountain House, Alberta An archaeological site that contains the remains of several early 19th-century fur trade forts known by the names of Rocky Mountain House (established by the North West Company) and Acton House (established by the Hudson's Bay Company) Rocky Mountain House NHS
Rundle's Mission [50] 1847 (established) 1963 Pigeon Lake
53°01′30″N 114°04′01″W / 53.025°N 114.067°W / 53.025; -114.067 (Rundle's Mission)
The site of the first Protestant mission in the Canadian Prairies Rundel's Mission NHS
Skoki Ski LodgeBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [51] 1936 (completed) 1992 Banff National Park
51°31′23″N 116°04′35″W / 51.52306°N 116.07639°W / 51.52306; -116.07639 (Skoki Ski Lodge)
A rustic ski lodge resort, representing the early visual identity of Canada's mountain parks and of the early days of tourism in Banff National Park Skoki Ski Lodge
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church [52] 1914 (completed) 1990 Medicine Hat A noted example of Gothic Revival architecture in Alberta St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Medicine Hat, Alberta
Stephen Avenue [53] 1880 (established) 2002 Calgary
51°02′44″N 114°03′47″W / 51.0456°N 114.0630°W / 51.0456; -114.0630 (Stephen Avenue)
A late-nineteenth-century retail streetscape in downtown Calgary View of historic buildings located along Stephen Avenue
Stirling Agricultural Village [54] 1899 (established) 1997 Stirling
The best surviving example of a Mormon agricultural village in Canada, following the Plat of Zion model View of Michelsen Farmstead, a Provincial Historic Site of Alberta, located in the Stirling Agricultural Village
Suffield Tipi Rings [55] 1973 Cypress County Various sets of archaeological remains relating to the cultural occupations by the Niitsitapi, featuring tipi rings, medicine wheels and other rock arrangements
Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray StationBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [56] 1957 (completed) 1982 Banff National Park
51°07′25″N 115°33′20″W / 51.12361°N 115.55556°W / 51.12361; -115.55556 (Sulphur Mountain)
Canada’s most important cosmic ray observatory from the 1950s View of the existing weather observatory at the former site of the Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station
Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints [57] 1923 (completed) 1992 Cardston A monumental modern temple in historic Mormon centre View of the Carsdton Alberta Temple at night
Territorial Court House [58] 1904 (completed) 1980 Fort Macleod The oldest court house in Alberta and one of the few buildings surviving from the period of Territorial administration of the Canadian Prairies Territorial Court House, Fort Macleod
Treaty Nº 7 Signing Site [59] 1877 (treaty signed) 1925 Wheatland County The site where representatives of the Siksika, Pekuni, Kainai, Nakoda and Tsuu T’ina peoples met with representatives of the Crown to sign Treaty No. 7 in September 1877 Treaty No. 7 Signing Site
Turner Valley Gas Plant [60] 1914 (established) 1995 Turner Valley A petroleum industrial complex comprising 22 metal buildings and related infrastructure, and the site of two early gas wells that established the Turner Valley as the most important oil field in Alberta Turner Valley Gas Plant
Turner Valley Oilfield [61] 1914 (established) 1990 Turner Valley The first major oil field in Alberta Turner Valley Oilfield National Historic Site of Canada plaque
Victoria Settlement [62] 1863 (established) 2001 Smoky Lake A cultural landscape illustrating major themes in the development of the Canadian Prairies, including the rise of the fur trade, the establishment of the Métis river lot system, the arrival of missions, prairie agricultural development and the arrival of eastern European immigrants Victoria Historic District monument
Wetaskiwin Court House [63] 1909 (completed) 1980 Wetaskiwin A court house symbolic of the rapid growth of the justice system in Alberta, typifying court house design during this formative period in the growth of western Canada Wetaskiwin City Hall
Yellowhead PassBeaver 1 (PSF)(retouched)(transparent).png [64] 1971 Jasper National Park
52°53′33″N 118°27′50″W / 52.89250°N 118.46389°W / 52.89250; -118.46389 (Yellowhead Pass)
An important transportation route through the Canadian Rockies Image of a Canadian National Railways EMD GP9 locomotive climbing in the Yellowhead Pass

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alberta - National Historic Sites of Canada". Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada. Retrieved 28 March 2013. 
  2. ^ The National Historic Sites of Canada administered by Parks Canada are as follows: Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin, Athabasca Pass, Banff Park Museum, Bar U Ranch, Cave and Basin, First Oil Well in Western Canada, Frog Lake, Howse Pass, Jasper House, Jasper Park Information Centre, Rocky Mountain House, Skoki Ski Lodge, Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station, and Yellowhead Pass. See Alberta - National Historic Sites of Canada administered by Parks Canada
  3. ^ Directory of Designations of National Historic Significance of Canada, Parks Canada
  4. ^ Abbot Pass Refuge Cabin. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  5. ^ Áísínai'pi. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  6. ^ Athabasca Pass. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  7. ^ Atlas No. 3 Coal Mine. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  8. ^ Banff Park Museum. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  9. ^ Banff Springs Hotel. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  10. ^ Bar U Ranch. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  11. ^ Beaulieu. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  12. ^ Blackfoot Crossing. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada.
  13. ^ British Block Cairn. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  14. ^ Brooks Aqueduct. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  15. ^ Calgary City Hall. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  16. ^ Cave and Basin. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  17. ^ Coleman. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  18. ^ Earthlodge Village. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  19. ^ First Oil Well in Western Canada. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  20. ^ Fort Assiniboine. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  21. ^ Fort Augustus and Fort Edmonton. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  22. ^ "Fort Edmonton and Fort Augustus". Alberta Online Encyclopedia. Heritage Community Foundation. Retrieved 24 May 2010. 
  23. ^ Fort Calgary. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  24. ^ Fort Chipewan. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  25. ^ Fort Dunvegan. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 25 November 2013.
  26. ^ Fort Edmonton III. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada.
  27. ^ Fort Fork. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  28. ^ Fort Macleod. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  29. ^ Fort Vermilion. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  30. ^ History, Fort Whoop-up National Historic Site - Founded by Scoundrels
  31. ^ Fort Whoop-Up. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  32. ^ Frog Lake. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  33. ^ Government House in Edmonton, Alberta. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada. Retrieved 27 March 2013.
  34. ^ Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada.
  35. ^ Heritage Hall - Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  36. ^ Howse Pass. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 22 January 2012.
  37. ^ Jasper House. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  38. ^ Jasper Park Information Centre. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  39. ^ Lac Ste. Anne Pilgrimage. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  40. ^ Leduc-Woodbend Oilfield. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  41. ^ Medalta Potteries. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  42. ^ Medicine Hat Clay Industries. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  43. ^ Mewata Drill Hall / Calgary Drill Hall. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  44. ^ Nordegg. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  45. ^ Notre Dame des Victoires / Lac La Biche Mission. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  46. ^ Old Women's Buffalo Jump. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada.
  47. ^ Palace Theatre. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  48. ^ Prince of Wales Hotel. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  49. ^ Rocky Mountain House. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  50. ^ Rundle's Mission. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  51. ^ Skoki Ski Lodge. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  52. ^ St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  53. ^ Stephen Avenue. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  54. ^ Stirling Agricultural Village. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  55. ^ Suffield Tipi Rings. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  56. ^ Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  57. ^ Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  58. ^ Territorial Court House. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  59. ^ Treaty No. 7 Signing Site. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  60. ^ Turner Valley Gas Plant. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  61. ^ Turner Valley Oilfield. Directory of Federal Heritage Designations. Parks Canada.
  62. ^ Victoria Settlement. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  63. ^ Wetaskiwin Court House. Canadian Register of Historic Places.
  64. ^ Yellowhead Pass. Canadian Register of Historic Places.