Partners and Supporters

Sincere thanks to the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation whose grant made this project possible. In particular Anna would like to thank Carina Naranjilla for her encouragement in the face of our tight deadlines and many overtime hours - your interest in the project is what kept me pushing past midnight to get the applications in!

Anna and OWC  would also like to thank:

My aunt Gerry Dyck, and my uncle Armin's legacy - their books, fossils and artifacts in the basement started this off - Gerry's encouragement has kept me going.

Karen Manuel for helping vet software projects and for the many, many hours creating the historical maps.

Ryan Heavy Head for his encyclopedic knowledge of Blackfoot wisdom and for writing the entries for the earliest of days.

Kirk Morrison for always being at the other end of the phone with IT magic, much good humour, and a "Yes, sure I can!" answer.

Elsa Perry for writing the archaeological thread.

Debby Gregorash for her previous work and publications on irrigation, answering random questions, and for quiet nights at Setaspell.

Jessica Theoret for organizing the backend of the database and believing it could be done.

Heather Manuel for editing and proofreading and Aries Casteel for getting the data up onto the software.

Bobbie Fox for assisting with reference checks and Anamaria Turuk for initial research into historical photos.

William Singer III, Debbie Jo Webster, Romy Tittel, Cheryl Bradley, Monica Fields, Knud Peterson and many others for vetting the timeline and providing feedback.