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Glenbow Archives, one of Canada's largest non-governmental repositories, is a major research centre for historians, writers, students, genealogists, and the media. It houses an extensive collection of unpublished archival records of individuals, families, organizations and businesses. The Archives' records, which range in date from the 1870s to the 1990s, document the social, political and economic history of western Canada, with an emphasis on Calgary and southern Alberta. Areas of specialty include First Nations, Metis genealogy, Mounted Police. There are no nominal indexes online but the Web site gives a list of resources for both the archives and the library. Staff will do genealogical research for a fee.
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