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Historical Markers in Leduc County, Alberta

 
Marker in front of Canadian Petroleum Discovery Center image, Touch for more information
By Dawn Bowen, June 29, 2008
Marker in front of Canadian Petroleum Discovery Center
1 Alberta, Leduc County, Devon — Leduc-Woodbend Oil FieldLe Site Pétrolifière Leduc-Woodbend
The development of this field in 1947 marked a turning point in the history of the Alberta petroleum industry. After the drilling of Leduc No. 1, the geographical focus of the industry shifted from Turner Valley northward to the central plains area, . . . Map (db m8856) HM
2 Alberta, Leduc County, Leduc — George Ambrose Liggins
George Ambrose Liggins was Leduc's first Canadian Pacific Railway stationmaster. In 1891 his family was the second to settle in Telford Place, now known as Leduc. He was instrumental in the development of Leduc's first school, served as a school . . . Map (db m213003) HM
3 Alberta, Leduc County, Leduc — The First Bank in Leduc
On this site in December, 1902, the first bank in Leduc was opened by the Merchants Bank of Canada which later merged with the Bank of Montreal. This plaque commemorates that event and was installed by the Bank to . . . Map (db m213002) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Apr. 23, 2024