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The fourth Field of Fame is at McDougall Centre, at the corner of 5th Avenue and 7th Street S.W.

Fourth Field of Fame is located at the NW corner of McDougall Centre, at 5th Avenue and 7th Street SW

The following Champions are honoured at McDougall Centre

Henry Wise Wood (1860 To 1941)

Henry Wise Wood (1860 to 1941)

Henry Wise Wood was born in Missouri in 1860 and in 1905 like many Americans moved to Alberta because of the availability of cheap land in Canada. He bought a wheat…

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Bessie (Betty) Mitchell (1896 To 1976)

Bessie (Betty) Mitchell (1896 to 1976)

Bessie (Betty) Mitchell was born in Ohio, USA, in 1896, moving to Alberta with her family in 1912. She completed high school by correspondence, attended the Normal School in Calgary…

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The Honourable E. Peter Lougheed (1928 To 2012)

The Honourable E. Peter Lougheed (1928 to 2012)

Edgar Peter Lougheed was born on July 26, 1928, at Calgary, Alberta, grandson of Alberta pioneer Sir James A. Lougheed. He was educated in Calgary public and secondary schools before…

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Sydney Kahanoff (1922 To 1980)

Sydney Kahanoff (1922 to 1980)

Sydney Kahanoff was born in Manitoba in 1922 and grew up in Saskatchewan. After graduating from high school in 1939, he joined the RCAF serving in the Aleutian Islands for…

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William Roper Hull (1856 To 1925)

William Roper Hull (1856 to 1925)

William Roper Hull was born in England. He grew up in Dorset, but after his mother died, he moved to Canada in 1873 (at 17 years old) with his brother…

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Chief Crowfoot (1830 To 1890)

Chief Crowfoot (1830 to 1890)

Crowfoot was a chief of theSiksika First Nation. His parents, Istowun-eh'pata (Packs a Knife) and Axkahp-say-pi (Attacked Towards Home), were Kainai. He was only five when his father was killed…

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Image Gallery For Field of Fame #4

Here are photos of the unveiling ceremony for Field of Fame 4