Author JAMES MARSH
Links to Other Sites
Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
This illustrated Parks Canada website describes the ecology, geography, and history of Wood Buffalo National Park of Canada
The Bishop Who Ate His Boots
This site profiles the exploits of Bishop Isaac O. Stringer and other missionaries who journeyed to the harsh regions of Canada’s Far North. From the Virtual Museum of Canada.
The website for the Town of Athabasca, Alberta. Features links to interesting tourism and history sites.
This online history of Athabasca Landing features an extensive photo collection and other archival data. From Library and Archives Canada.
Athabasca Landing Trail
Provides historical details about the Athabasca Landing Trail, a major 19th century trade route in northern Alberta. From the Atlas of Alberta Railways website.
Historic Trails: St. Albert to Athabasca Landing
A brief history of the historic Athabasca Landing Trail. From Alberta’s Heritage Community Foundation.
Northern River Basins Study
An extensive online report that summarizes research results related to the cumulative impacts of human economic activity on the natural aquatic ecosystems throughout the Peace, Athabasca, and Slave River basins in northern Canada. With maps and charts. A Government of Alberta website.
Archeology In The Oilsands
An article about the history of research into archeological sites in the vicinity of oil sands exploration and development in northern Alberta.