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                                                                                                            Photo by: Carlton Stewart  The HIgh Level Bridge
                                                                                                                                                (taken from the back of The C.P. Rail High Level Bridge at Lethbridge)
        " The creation of the natural wealth required an aeons long process of geological and climatic changes which slowly but relentlessly shaped and sculpted the landscape."
(Lethbridge: A Centennial History, p. 9)

 This web page was developed by Shonny Pigeon, a student at the University of Lethbridge, as a part of her B.A. in Geography.  This project was sponsored in part by a grant to Dr. Robert J. Rogerson from the University of Lethbridge Teaching Development Fund.

Please contact Shonny Pigeon via e-mail for comments or feedback.

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There are many people that I would like to thank.   These are the people that have helped me throughout the course of this independent study and I could not have completed it without their wonderful time and advice they  have given me.

To find out who these people might be, click here.

For a list of books and articles I used to compile this virtual web site of Lethbridge, please and I beg of you, click here !