This page collects books, academic articles and theses written about history, people and patterns of Mormon settlement in Canada. It is far from complete, but everything must start somewhere. For now, it is an export from my Zotero collection and the formatting could use work. If you have suggestions for additions, please leave a comment.
Crowson, Belinda. Southern Alberta’s Sugar Coated History – The Sugar Beet Industry. Lethbridge, Alberta: Lethbridge Historical Society, 2013. Den Otter, A. A., NetLibrary, Inc, and Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme.
Civilizing the West: The Galts and the Development of Western Canada. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press, 1982. Godfrey, Donald G., and Melva R. Witbeck, eds.
The Journal of Charles Ora Card: September 14, 1896 to July 7, 1903, 1981.
Golden Jubilee of the Town of Raymond. Raymond, Alberta, Canada, 1951. Hicken, J. Orvin, Kay B. Redd, and John L. Evans, eds.
Roundup: Raymond 1901 – 1967, 1967. Hudson, Arlend James.
Charles Ora Card: Pioneer and Colonizer. Cardston, Alberta, 1963. Knight, Jesse William.
The Jesse Knight Family: Jesse Knight, His Forbears and Family. Deseret News Press, 1940. Magrath, Charles A.
The Galts, Father and Son: Pioneers in the Development of Southern Alberta, and, How Alberta Grew up: A Brief Outline of Development in the Lethbridge District. Lethbridge Herald, 1935. Nelson, Lowry.
The Mormon Village. Salt Lake City, Utah: University of Utah Press, 1952. Palmer, Howard.
Land of the Second Chance. Lethbridge, Alberta: The Lethbridge Herald, 1972.
Settlers, Sugar and Stampedes – Raymond Remembered. Raymond, Alberta: Town of Raymond, n.d.