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Lost Kootenays: A History in Pictures

Reviewed by Ron Verzuh, The Ormsby Review

Kootenay Home: A prize collection of historic images shares the Kootenays' rugged past

Growing up in the Kootenays in the 1950s and 1960s, I was blissfully unaware of many facts about my mountain home. Thanks to this superb photographic history I now can correct the many wrong assumptions of my youth.

First on the list are the Ktunaxa and Sinixt First Nations. They were fishing and hunting in the Kootenays thousands of years before any European settlers arrived to destroy their way of life. Authors Brighton and Nesteroff repeatedly stress this point as they usher in stunning images from their personal collections and other archives.

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Forgotten Nova Scotia Global interview

Global's Paul Brothers interviews photojournalists Ted Prichard and Ingrid Bulmer.

We chat with the photojournalists behind the new book Forgotten Nova Scotia. The book features fascinating images of abandoned places across Nova Scotia including old homes, forgotten schools, derelict churches, and vehicles.

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Lethbridge History Global Interview

Two of the books four co-authors, Belinda Crowson (left) and Lorien Johansen (right) 

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then "Lethbridge: a History in Pictures" provides enough information to fill a novel. As Erik Bay explains, the new book hopes to give readers a clearer image of the city's past.

A new book is turning the lens on Lethbridge.

Lethbridge: A History in Pictures takes readers through the city's past, from its first photos right up to the modern day, in what co-author Belinda Crowson calls a "complete photographic history of Lethbridge." Two of the books four co-authors join Global News to discuss how members of the Lethbridge Historical Society have put together the definitive photographic account of this unique city. With more than 130 photographs, many of them seen here for the first time

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CTV Calgary Chris Attrell Grain Elevators

Photographer Chris Attrell talks with CTV News Calgary about his new book, Grain Elevators: Beacons of the Prairies, a collection of his photos, taken over 18 years of exploring Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.

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CTV News Atlantic's Bruce Frisko speaks with photojournalist Ingrid Bulmer about her new book Forgotten Nova Scotia, created with co-author Ted Pritchard. 

The stunning images found in Forgotten Nova Scotia offer a window into our past, showing life as it was then, and stirring in us the emotions of wonder and curiosity about those who have gone before us and the lives they lived.

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