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Titles not available on-line are linked to Chinook Arch Regional Library System.
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A few Titles have links to an on-line index.
Books available on-line as indicated.
Look-ups available as indicated.
Look-up requests must be specific.
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County of Warner
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History of the County of Warner - Alberta Digital Archives
No
Yes
A history of the Mormon Church in Canada. No
No
The United Church of Canada: Milk River, New Dayton, Coutts Pastoral Charge, 1908-1985 No
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No
Facts for the Settler About the Lethbridge District
No
Yes
Hills of Home: St. Kilda District        (index ADA)
Yes
No
Land of the Second Chance: a history of ethnic groups in Southern Alberta
No
Yes
Long Shadows: a History of Shortgrass Country: Lucky Strike District
No
Yes
Settler's Guide: information from settlers in the CPR irrigation block
No
Yes
Ten Years of Trek
No
Yes

Village of Coutts & District
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The History of the Border Country of Coutts, 1890-1965    (index ADA)
Yes
No
The History of the Border Country of Coutts, 1890-2000 Yes
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No
Hope's last home : travels in Milk River Country No
No
Locality of Masinasin / Writing on Stone District
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From Sandstone to Settlers, Writing on Stone district history 1900-1983
Yes
No
A history of Writing-on-Stone N.W.M.P. post No
Yes
Archaeological Investigations: Writing-on-Stone N.W.M.P. Post
No
Yes
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No

Town of Milk River & District
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Milk River country No
Yes
Under eight flags: Milk River and District: Vol: 1        (index ADA)
No
Yes
Under eight flags: Milk River and District: Vol: 2        (index ADA)
No Yes
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No
Hope's last home: travels in Milk River Country No
No
Milk River & District twins.
No
No
Lawrence D. Halmrast: guardian of the Milk River No
No
The Milk River man: the life of Alva Bair No
No
Hamlet of New Dayton & District
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Memories: New Dayton and District, 1900-1978.  Yes
No
Golden anniversary, 1910-1960 : [a history of the New Dayton United Church] No
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No

Raymond & District
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Roundup: Raymond 1901-1967 Yes
No
Raymond 1901-1967
No
No
Raymond remembered: settlers, sugar and stampedes No
No
Gopher tales and more memories of Raymond: war brides remembered No No
Temple Hill Town Cemetery, Raymond, Alberta: index to grave markers and burial records Yes
No
Raymond Second Ward Relief Society, 1912-1992. No
No
The old brown church No
No
Lest we forget No
No
A Planting of the Lord: a century of the Latter-day Saint in Raymond: 1901-2001. No
No
O pioneers No
No
Raymond 1901: the adventurers. No
No
Remember when: 1998 No
No
Events Leading to the Settlement of Cardston, Magrath, Stirling and Raymond
No
Yes
Golden Jubilee of the town of Raymond
No
Yes

Village of Stirling & District
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Stirling: It's story and people 1899-1980
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No
Poineers by train to Alberta Plains
No
No
Stirling Speaks: Oral history Interviews: Stirling Theodore Brandley Library
No
No
Stirling Cemetery
Yes
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No
Events Leading to the Settlement of Cardston, Magrath, Stirling and Raymond No
Yes

Village of Warner & District
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Wagons to wings: Warner, Alberta.      (index ADA)
Yes
No
Warner pioneers Yes
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No
Hamlet of Wrentham & District
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Homestead Country: Wrentham and area Yes
No
10 cemeteries in the Stirling, Warner, Milk River, Coutts area Yes
No



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