Place names carry stories, history, culture and values. Learn about the history of some of central Alberta's place. You can see the work of students as they explore how places and people got their names.
Letters From the Trunk is a completely interactive web site that takes you through a virtual train station located in Western Canada. The station contains historical letters, maps, posters and images that are brought to life in a multimedia rich environment.
This interactive explores "the role of the buffalo in the lives of the American Indians". How do the stories from a buffalo hide painting and activity about First Nations use of the buffalo relate to our Alberta history?
This is a great Canadian site that has virtual interactive tours of eleven different types of farm (some of them are in Alberta). "Take a look inside the barns and through the fields to learn about the lives of the animals who live there and the farmers who work with them." (site)
This map allows you to choose several options for map background: natural regions, river systems, Treaty areas or Métis Nation of Alberta Regions. Then, you can choose the overlay of cities, highways, First Nations, Métis settlements or other places of FNMI significance.