Little Mountain Cemetery

16025 54 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5Y 3K1, Canada

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Over 100 years of settler history

Shared by Donna Ballantyne Over 100 years of settler history Photo

As a member of the McLeod Community League board, and a person interested in local history, I’ve given tours of the cemetery. Members of prominent pioneering settler & business families, WWI, WWII and other veterans, Spanish flu victims are buried here. Settler history goes back to 1885, before Alberta was a province. We also lay a wreath at each veteran’s headstone (7) prior to Remembrance Day, as part of the No Stone Left Alone. Project. We are seeking to make a connection with an indigenous person interested in sharing their history of the area from First Nations perspective.

Over 100 years of settler history Photo

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