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The Frank Slide Story by Frank Anderson1
Murder on the plains (Frontier Book No. 2) by R. G. Evans2
"1885", the Riel Rebellion (Frontier book) by Frank W. Anderson3
The Lost Lemon Mine: The Greatest Mystery of the Canadian Rockies Frontier Book No. 4 by Dan Riley4
A Frontier Guide to the Dynamic Crow's Nest Pass (Frontier Book No. 5) by Frank W. Anderson5
Frontier guide to the romantic Crow's Nest Pass by Frank W. Anderson5
Roamin' empire of southern Alberta by Ken Liddell6
Old Bill Miner: Last of the Famous Western Bandits by Frank W. Anderson7
The Incredible Rogers Pass by Frank W. Anderson8
Regina's Terrible Tornado (Frontier Books) by Frank W. Anderson9
Frontier guide to enchanted Banff and Lake Louise (Frontier Book No. 10) by Frank W. Anderson10
The rum runners by Frank W. Anderson11
The Hope Slide Story by Frank W. Anderson12
Frontier guide to the Fraser Canyon, "valley of death" by Frank W. Anderson13
Gabriel Dumont - Indian Fighter: Frontier Book #14 by Sandra Lynn McKee14
Frontier guide to Waterton: land of leisure (Frontier Book No. 15) by Frank W. Anderson15
The Death of Albert Johnson: Mad Trapper of Rat River by Frank W. Anderson16
A frontier guide to Calgary-Banff highway by Frank W. Anderson17
Hillcrest Mine Disaster by Frank W. Anderson18
Frontier Guide to the Dewdney Trail: Hope to Rock Creek by Frank W. Anderson19
Frontier Guide to the Dewdney Trail: Rock Creek To Salmo by Frank W. Anderson20
Sergeant Harry Morren: Royal North West Mounted Police (Frontier Book No.21) by Frank W. Anderson21
The Cypress Hills by Tom Primrose22
A half mile of hell: the story of chuckwagon racing (Frontier Book No. 23) by Art J. Belanger23
A Frontier guide to Calgary to Medicine Hat (Frontier Book No. 24) by Frank W. Anderson24
Almighty Voice by Frank W. Anderson25
A Frontier guide to Outlaws of Manitoba (Frontier Book No. 26) by Frank W. Anderson26
A Frontier Guide to the Dewdney trail : Salmo to Fort Steele (Frontier Book No. 27) by Frank W. Anderson27
Saskatchewan Provincial Police: The Law & Order Story 1906-1928 by Frank W. Anderson28
The Calgary-Edmonton, Edmonton-Calgary Trail (Frontier book No. 29) by Art J. Belanger29
A Frontier Guide to Mystic Jasper and the Yellowhead Pass (Frontier Book No. 30) by Frank W. Anderson30
Frog Lake Massacre by Harold Fryer32
Stops of interest in Alberta : wildrose country by Harold Fryer33

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