In accordance with the Smoky Lake Regional Heritage Management Plan, the County has accumulated a small library of significant documents pertaining to heritage and historic resources in our area. This includes a number of local histories which have been digitized and can be viewed by visiting the County Office.
Our research is ongoing, in order to continually strive to better understand the history of the people and culture, and the built and natural heritage of our area. In so doing, we are better able to preserve those heritage values, and and share our story.
- Alberta Register of Historic Places
- Canadian Register of Historic Places
- National Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada
- Provincial Archives of Alberta
- Library and Archives Canada
- Bellis Story
- Occasional Paper No. 1 Letters of Lovisa McDougall, 1878-1887, Elizabeth M. McCrum (1978)
- Occasional Paper No. 1 Ukrainian Vernacular Architecture in AB (1976)
- Occasional Paper No. 10 The Ukrainian Block Settlement in East Central Alberta, 1890-1930, Orest T. Martynowych (1985)
- Occasional Paper No. 11 Ukrainian Dugout Dwellings in East Central Alberta, Andriy Nahachewsky (1985)
- Occasional Paper No. 12 The Chernochan Machine Shed, Sonia Maryn (1985)
- Occasional Paper No. 14 Archaeology in Alberta (1978) pages-159-185
- Occasional Paper No. 2 Archaeological Investigations Fort Victoria, 1974 Timothy Losey, et al. (1977)
- Occasional Paper No. 23 (1984) Archaeological Survey of Alberta, compiled by David Burley, pp 60-76.
- Occasional Paper No. 3 Archaelogical Investigations Fort Victoria (1975)
- Pioneer Schools, VHGHS
- Spedden Story
- Victoria Sheet No. 365 (1948 map)
- Vilna Story