Publications

Historical Maps of the Peace No.1

The Edson Trail 1911-1916

The Edson Trail was surveyed and built in 1911 and used extensively for the settlement of the Peace until the railway arrived in 1916. This book contains the history of the trail, stories of the people who used it, archival photographs and documents, and a modern GIS map showing its location.

$15.00 plus shipping

Historical Maps of the Peace No. 2

The Long (Athabasca) Trail

The Long Trail was a combination of the early wagon trails into the Peace Country and used primarily before the Edson Trail was built. This book contains the history of the trail, stories of the people who used it, archival photographs and documents, and a modern GIS map showing its location.

$15.00 plus shipping

Dr. David Leonard

The Lure of the Peace River Country 1872-1919

“In spite of large rivers, countless muskegs and large forested hills en route to the Peace River Country, people came in droves to settle… This book ”highlights the enthusiastic, and sometimes the dubious, publicity and promotion of the region, the tenacious individuals who answered the call, and the grueling experience of travelling to the region.

$50.00 plus shipping