We are proud of all of our posts here on RETROactive but, if you’re new to our blog and don’t have time to read every post, or you’re a long time follower looking for ways to convince your friends and family that they should also follow us (hint hint), below are links to our top 10 most popular posts. This top 10 has a great variety of topics, from a mysterious sandstone shelter to the birth place of ski jumping in Alberta to people hunting big game over the past 10,000 years – and everything in between. Enjoy!
The entrance to the Sunnyslope Sandstone Shelter (Alberta Culture, Historic Resources Management Branch, 2011).
2. Alberta’s Ancient Darts and Atlatl Hunting
3. Alberta’s Victoria Settlement: Still A Special Place After 150 Years
Clerk’s quarters and trading shop at Fort Victoria, c. 1890. Provincial Archives of Alberta B.2406.
4. The Tale of a Rusty Revolver
5. The Burmis Tree: The Most Photographed Tree in Alberta?
6. Alberta’s Wooden Country Grain Elevators
7. Alberta is Rich in Archaeology
Alberta Culture and Tourism staff members Robin Woywitka, Cultural Land Use Analyst, and Todd Kristensen, Northern Archaeologist, recording stratigraphy at an excavated site in the Fort McMurray region, October 2013. (Photo courtesy of Robin Woywitka.)
8. Big Game in Deep Time: 10,000 Years of Hunting in Alberta
Aerial View of Zama City, looking south. Photograph courtesy of Curtis Johnston.
10. Ski Flyers
Spectators at Camrose Ski Jump, 1954 (Provincial Archives of Alberta, PA237.1).