History: The Livingstone Valley

Reprinted from the February 1950 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

A sandstone rock sculpted by wind and weather in the Livingstone Valley.

The Livingstone Valley
By Freda Smith Mudiman, Lethbridge, Alta.

‘Between the Livingstone Range of the Rocky Mountains and the Porcupine Hills lies a long narrow valley watered by the Livingstone River of Southwestern Alberta. To the people who live there it is the North Folk District, for the Livingstone forms the north branch of the Oldman, parent of the South Saskatchewan River.’

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