2 edition of Frank slide story. found in the catalog.
Frank slide story.
Anderson, Frank W.
|Series||Frontier books -- no. 1, Frontier books (Calgary, Alta.) -- no. 1|
|LC Classifications||F5797 F7 A53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
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This book tells the story of the Frank Slide. It mentions the names of several people who lived and worked in the town at the time of tragedy. It describes the town, its people and the tragedy that unfolded.
I bought it as a gift for my father because we have some distant relatives who were killed in the tragedy.4/5(1). The Frank Slide Story, Frontier Book No. 1 on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). A concise and Frank slide story. book written account of the rock slide at Crow's Neck Pass in Alberta, Canada that buried many houses permanently entombing their residents.
It includes a triumphal tale of how the miners in the mountain escaped from under the slide.5/5(1). With his latest book Grave Stones: A Frank Slide Story, local author Ken Roome hopes to preserve the truthfulness of Crowsnest Pass history.
The historical fiction novel details the stories of residents, rescue workers and those impacted by the day on Ap when million tonnes of rock slid down Turtle Mountain and onto the town of.
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that were. The story of “Frankie Slide,” a baby girl who was the only survivor of the Frank Slide is erroneous, though one of the most famous myths. This story does have its roots in bits of truth, as there were several young girls who survived the disaster.
In the aftermath of the slide, stories of survival were miraculous, and have generated at least one urban myth. Anyone who has heard of the Frank Slide has heard of the baby girl, the only survivor, found on the boulder.
That story is untrue, but it is loosely grounded in fact. Three little girls survived the slide. A story of love lost, murder set amid Frank Slide BOW VALLEY – On Apat a.m., 82 million tonnes of limestone came crashing down from Turtle Mountain into the Crowsnest Pass, killing at least 70 people in the town of Frank and creating Canada’s deadliest rockslide.
Turtle Mountain Frank Slide In a brief ear-shattering, bone-jarring seconds, 76 people lost their lives, 23 were injured and 17 miners were trapped inside a mine shaft behind over feet of Author: Bruce Ricketts. The Frank Slide was a massive rockslide that buried part of the mining town of Frank, North-West Territories, Canada, at a.m.
on Ap Around million tonnes ( million short tons) of limestone rock slid down Turtle Mountain. Witnesses reported that within seconds the rock reached up the opposing hills, obliterating the eastern edge of Frank, the Canadian Pacific Location: Frank, District of Alberta, Northwest.
Frank Slide, Alberta The Day the Mountain Fell. Part 1 - Prelude to Disaster. Not far from Calgary, Alberta, and just east of the Crowsnest Pass, lies the small, bustling town of Frank, Alberta, nestled on the floor of a deeply-glaciated valley.
Looming menacingly nearby is Turtle Mountain. Full text of "The Frank slide other formats *. F73 A53 SCOTT tUk ^tUL Frank Slide Siory ^!>.4 -*% I 3 6 ms^ Th Frank Slide Siory vi. Turtle Mountain let loose a rock slide of epic proportions which wiped out the small mining town of Frank, Alta., an area which is known today as Frank Slide years ago.
: The Frank Slide Story: Frontier Book No. Clean interior with b&w photos and a map at center. Spine and back cover sunned. Light edgewear. 60 pages. We ship next business day latest. Possibly reduced shipping. A CBC "The National" Report on Frank Slide, massive rock slide that destroyed in town of Frank, Alberta, Canada in after mining operations within triggered a.
Frank W. Anderson has 18 books on Goodreads with ratings. Frank W. Anderson’s most popular book is Death of Albert Johnson, Mad Trapper of Rat River. May 6, - Four levels of interactive exhibits and two high definition award-winning shows tell the story of Canada's deadliest rockslide.
On April 29 inmillion tonnes of rock fell from Turtle /5(). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. BOOKS. All Fall Down The Landslide Diary of Abby Roberts. By Jean Little. ISBN: Hardcover When the devastating Frank Slide buries much of the town, Abby must do all she can to help.
one who helped run a telegraph office in the late s and another who shares Abby's story (and her family secret), Jean Little crafts a. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Frank W. Frank slide story. Calgary: Frontier Pub., © (OCoLC).
Graphic novelist brings Alberta's tragic history to life in debut, Frank his father would pull over and tell Rankel and his five siblings the story of the Frank Slide.
From the book Frank Author: Eric Volmers. Directed by Matt Palmer. With Philip Clark, Nathan Pronyshyn/FRANK, Alta. - The site of Canada's deadliest rock slide in the Crowsnest Pass of southwestern Alberta is impossible to fact, it's about as subtle as a slap in the y 3, which Author: Michelle Butterfield.