September 22, 2020
- September 22, 2020
7:30 pm

Event Details

Speakers: Ted Binnema & Gerhard Ens, Editors

The third (and final) volume in the Edmonton Post Journals series, covering the years 1826 to 1834, with a comprehensive introduction and appendixes covering all aspects of the history of the region, later encompassed by central and southern Alberta. As Edmonton House entered its fourth decade, its future as one of the most profitable Hudson’s Bay Company posts seemed secure, but were its best days behind it? The Edmonton House Journals offer a fascinating glimpse at the day-to-day life at one of the HBC’s most important trading centres.

Free presentation – donations accepted.

Books will be available for sale at a cost of $49.95. Cash, credit, and cheque will all be accepted. Please plan to make cheques payable to the Historical Society of Alberta.



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Location & Contact Information




Old Timers Cabin


9430 99 Street (Scona Rd) NW