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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY 408311911 Encyclopædia Britannica — Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY
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  • Other Poems by E. Pauline Johnson Calgary of The Plains 151689Flint and Feather—Part III. Other Poems — Calgary of The PlainsE. Pauline Johnson
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 Calgary 758521911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 4 — Calgary CALGARY,the oldest city in the province of Alberta
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  • 2: Andros – Austria Volume 3: Austria – Bisectrix Volume 4: Bishārīn – Calgary Volume 5: Calhoun – Chatelaine Volume 6: Châtelet – Constantine Volume
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  • ←Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY
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  • Parliament for the riding of Calgary Southwest (2002-onward), and Reform Party Member of Parliament for the riding of Calgary West (1993-1997). Speech to
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  • Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY
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  • francophone is as much a "real Canadian" as a bilingual one. And Quebec City or Calgary "define Canada" as much as Ottawa or Montreal. The difficulty only comes
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  • Consort When George Was King Day Dawn The Archer The Wolf The Man in Chrysanthemum Land Calgary of the Plains The Ballad of Yaada And He Said, Fight On
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  • the ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA 1907 Printed by the Herald Company, Limited, Calgary, Alberta. CANADIAN ALPINE JOURNAL The Publishing Committee is
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  • ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA 1908 Printed by the Herald Job Printing Co., Limited, Calgary, Alberta. COLONEL AIMÉ LAUSSEDAT THE ALPINE CLUB OF CANADA Officers
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  • Encyclopædia Navigation ←Previous C Next→ Calais — Calcutta Caldani — Calgary Calais (Maine) Calaïs and Zetes Calamine Calamis Calamy, Edmund (1600-1666)
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  • varied natural resources. Edmonton is its capital and seat of government; Calgary and Medicine Hat, considerable centers of population, are in Alberta.
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  • such schools. A normal school is situated at Calgary. There is a college for secondary education in Calgary and another in Edmonton. The following are the
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  • from Edmonton to Calgary in the company of a citizen of Edmonton and a citizen of Calgary. Hour after hour they disputed. Land in Calgary had risen from
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  • Caisson, p. 304 Calais — Calcutta, p. 305 Calderon — Calendar, p. 306 Calgary — Calhoun, p. 307 Calico — California, p. 308 California, p. 309 California
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  • Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY
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  • Calgary
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  • Alberta, population 16,000, on the Saskatchewan River, is 180 miles north of Calgary.  Valuable coal-fields surround it.  The trade of the great Mackenzie basin
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  • ←Vol 4 BISHĀRĪN to CALGARY
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