The St. Albert Historical Society offers a number of historical publications and products for sale at the Musée Héritage Museum.
A Bridge Over Time:
The Continuing Story of St. Albert (St. Albert Historical Society)
St. Albert’s newest comprehensive history book traces the development of the community from its earliest days through to 2017. Intended to be a “one stop shopping” source for information on St. Albert history, A Bridge Over Time contains over 700 pages of historical information and photographs on the development of the community and community life over the past one and half centuries. Whether one is searching for historical information on local government, health, education, churches, social life or commercial development through the years, A Bridge Over Time is the source to consult. The publication contains a comprehensive index and an appendix of handy facts.
The Black Robe’s Vision:
A History of St. Albert and District (St. Albert Historical Society)
This comprehensive 2-volume set contains both a history of St. Albert and an anthology of individual family stories. The account traces the community’s growth from before the founding of the Mission until 1985 and includes the evolution of the Mission, government, commerce, education, health and social life. Also included are the histories of several rural communities within St. Albert’s traditional trading area. Both volumes are liberally illustrated with historical photographs.
2-Volume Book Set $30.00
USB drive format $10.00
CD format $10.00
St Albert – A Pictorial History
First published in 1978 this 80-page volume is printed in the form of a photograph album and is divided into convenient sections. It contains historical information about St. Albert and district: the Mission, the early settlers, commerce and education. A very popular item this book was reprinted in 2015 and continues to be in demand by families and groups as a souvenir gift item.
A Week in the Life of St. Albert (St. Albert Historical Society)
This unique book of photographs originated with an invitation to the public to submit photos of events and scenes taken during the week of May 19 – 25, 1990. The result is an extraordinary snapshot in the life of the community. This volume makes both a great coffee table book and a wonderful souvenir gift.
Discounts may apply for volume purchases. Please contact the Treasurer for information.
Produced in 2000 as a millennium project, this 40-minute documentary features a historical account of St. Albert from its founding to the present. The documentary is liberally interspersed with interviews with local historians. Note that this documentary is in VHS format. Purchase includes written permission to convert documentary into DVD or other digital format.