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Strathcona Science Centre

Built to interpret the tar sands and other natural history subjects of Alberta, the Strathcona Science Centre is located at 17th Street just south of the Yellowhead Highway. There is also a significant archealogical dig there of an Indigenous encampment.

Edmonton Art Gallery, Civic Block

  • The Edmonton Art Gallery and the Civic Block, along 99th Street south of 103rd Avenue, taken from east of City Hall.
  • Edmonton Art Gallery,
  • Civic Block

gravestone of Matt McCauley

Matt McCauley was Edmonton's first mayor and also served in the provincial legislature. This stone is located in the Edmonton Cemetery. McCauley, Matthew

Cairn - Little

Susan Little was the wife of John Little - owner of the Little Brickyards on the north shore of the North Saskatchewan River. The cairn is made from his bricks and located in the Edmonton Cemetery.

Cairn - Little; detail of top

Susan Little was the wife of John Little - owner of the Little Brickyards on the north shore of the North Saskatchewan River. The cairn is made from his bricks and located in the Edmonton Cemetery.

gravestone - Bellamy Family

The gravestone of the Bellamy Family - Thomas Bellamy was an alderman, his wife a prominent member of many social and charitable organizations and their son the first Rhodes Scholar from Edmonton. This marker is found in the Edmonton Cemetery.

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