Alberta is the Prairie Province of the Dominion of Canada that is farthest to the west and is one of the most productive oil regions in North America. There are national parks, forts, missions, and trading posts that represent Alberta’s history, along with attractions such as skiing, hunting, and fishing that attract visitors from many areas. A few of the many famous people from Alberta include Janette Oke, Kenneth Douglas Taylor, Maxwell William Ward, Mark Douglas Messier, and Mark Rypien. Create a map of the province, make a timeline of its history, and explore more of the province’s past with writing prompts.
FREE Country Study Notebooking Pages
Create a country study notebooking journal using these free blank country study notebooking pages.
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