Series: Alberta in the 20th Century

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Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 1: The Great West Before 1900 by Ted Byfield1
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 2: The Birth of the Province by Ted Byfield2
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 3: The Boom and the Bust by Ted Byfield3
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 4: The Great War and Its Consequences, 1914-1920 by Ted Byfield4
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 5: Brownlee and the Triumph of Populism by Ted Byfield5
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 6: Fury and futility: The onset of the Great Depression, 1930-1935 by Ted Byfield6
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 7: Aberhart and the Alberta insurrection, 1935-1940 by Ted Byfield7
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 8: The War That United the Province, 1939-1945 by Ted Byfield8
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 9: Leduc, Manning & The Age of Prosperity, 1946-1963 by Ted Byfield9
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 10: The Sixties Revolution & The Fall of Social Credit by Ted Byfield10
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 11: Lougheed and the War with Ottawa, 1971-1984 by Ted Byfield11
Alberta in the 20th Century Volume 12: Alberta Takes The Lead, 1984-2000 by Paul Bunner12
Alberta in the 20th century : a journalistic history of the province in 12 volumes by Ted ByfieldSet

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