What was Medicine Hat? Was Medicine Hat a drink, a weather factory, or the name of an Indian Chief? This article written by Elliot Flower posted in the Evening Star (Washington, D.C.), February 14, 1909, shows how this city was thought to be many things.
Video that has a nice collection of pictures of Medicine Hat by VideoTube Host unrn000, posted May 2009.
Medicine Hat music bands Click the title above to view these interesting pages regarding the Medicine Hat Music scene during the 1960’s. A few of the bands mentioned are The Outlaws, The Cavaliers, and The Med Hatters. #medhat A couple of the cool things noted on this site are: March 11-1966 there was a Twist…
The Medicine Hat and area landscape has proven rich over time for not only paleontologists, but any one that is interested in fossils and dinosaurs. Did you know that numerous dinosaur fossils have been discovered in Medicine Hat and surrounding area? Here are a few: Dinosaur Provincial Park Raptor dinosaur skeleton https://globalnews.ca/news/6021724/alberta-raptor-dinosaur-fossil-dromaeosaurid-saurornitholestes-langstoni/ Medicine Hat Sabre…
This blog written by René Mehrer in 2017 called My Dad, Luke Lindoe and Two Plates https://www.fecklesscollection.ca/blog/2017/3/6/luke-lindoes-two-plates tells the interesting story of how a #medhat man obtained some pottery.
Archaeologist Butch Amundson’s recovery team discovered artifacts from the SS City of Medicine Hat in Saskatoon in 2013. Visit this page to view some of the SS City of Medicine Hat Artifacts.
In 1883, the first gas well that was discovered in Aberta, was just west of Medicine Hat, and in the spring of 1971, a highway point-of-interest sign was erected displaying this finding. However, read here to find out what was odd about this sign. #medhat
On this page, a worker at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital recounts his encounter with a Ghost Child.
Read about the Indian Head Geoglyph, an anomaly located 40 miles East of Medicine Hat, Canada (50 0′ 38.20N 110 6 48.32W).
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Follow this link to read Joe Little Chief’s Story about how Medicine Hat got it’s name.