Launched in September 2016 in conjunction with the American Bison Society meeting in Banff and the Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation, The Last of the Buffalo Return to the Wild is a commemoration of Banff National Park’s role in early successful efforts to preserve the last of the buffalo as a species and a celebration of today’s efforts to restore bison as an ecologically functioning and culturally important species on its native range both here and elsewhere in North America.
This beautifully presented book with a gold foil inlayed hardcover is filled with interesting essays by bison experts. Included in a clear pocket inside the backcover, is an exact reproduction of a 1909 booklet created by Norman Luxton that tells the story of the Pablo-Allard buffalo roundup through his own lively writing and magnificent panoramic images.
The book is available through our own website and select local retailers only. For more information, go to: https://summerthought.com/books/last-buffalo-return-wild
The Whyte Museum will be hosting a launch of our newest book, Banff: A History of the Park and Town, on June 4, 2015, at 7 pm. The launch begins at 6:30 pm with coffee, tea, wine, and light snacks, to be followed at 7 pm by a reading by author Ted Hart.
At around 7:30, the author will be signing copies of the latest of his 18 books. All copies of this numbered edition will be signed by the author, with lower numbers offered at the signing.
After the book launch, signed and numbered editions will be available at the Whyte Museum bookstore as well as local Banff retailers such as The Viewpoint and Goro Canyon.
Banff: A History of the Park and Town is also available online through this website, with shipping included at no charge. Click here for details.
Everyone is invited to a party hosted by the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide.
Author Rob Alexander signs book at the Canmore Museum.
Rob Alexander’s The History of Canmore will be officially launched at the Canmore Museum between 1 and 3 pm on 4 December 2010.