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Norwegian clothing and textiles in Valhalla Centre, Alberta: a case study and inventory in an ecomuseum framework Open Access
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Clothing and dress--Exhibitions.
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Prince, Heather Diane.
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Masters thesis. Information from oral histories, written and visual documentary sources, and surviving artifacts was compiled and examined to establish the nature of the Norwegian ethnic clothing and textiles produced in Valhalla Centre, Alberta.
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