The following is a collection of titles provided to us by LLG members. If there is additional material you would like to recommend, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Banker and the Blackfoot, by J. Edward Chamberlin; a recently published memoir of Mr. Chamberlin's grandfather, Jack Cowdry, who arrived here in 1885.
- The Cowboy Trail, A Guide to Alberta’s Historic Cowboy Country, by Larraine Andrews
- Greener Pastures, the Memoirs of F. Lynch-Staunton, by Frank Lynch Staunton
- Leaning on the Wind, Under the Spell of the Great Chinook, by Sid Marty; a book of the nature, landscape, geology, culture and community that make up the eastern slope and the pressures put on it by the modern world.
- North Fork School, 1905–1955, by Pat (Kropinak) Moskaluk
- Old Man’s Garden, by Annora Brown; Artist, writer and resident of Fort Macloed, Ms. Brown illustrated and told the stories and legends of prairie and foothills plants.
- Prairie Grass To Mountain Pass: History of the Pioneers of Pincher Creek and District, by the Pincher Creek Historical Society
- Southern Rockies Trail Guide, by Joey Ambrosi; a hiking guidebook of Southwest Alberta and Southeast British Columbia with trail maps, descriptions and photos.
- The Silent Hills, The Kropinak Family of Chapel Rock, by Hazel Kropinak-Cerney and Ethel Kropinak-Hunter; a history of a family who homesteaded at Chapel Rock after being caught in the Frank Slide.
- So Far and Yet So Close, Frontier Ranching in Western Prairie Canada and the Northern Territory of Australia, by Warren M. Elofson; the autho r compares the economic, social, cultural, environmental, ethical and human issues of the Canadian and Australian frontier history.
- The Whaleback, A Walking Guide, by Bob Blaxley; a book with trail descriptions and maps
- These Mountains are Our Sacred Places, The Story of the Stoney People, by Chief John Snow ; History of the Stoney-Nakoda People including Pre- and Post - treaty life, oral hi story and traditional spirituality and wisdom.
- The Range, by Sherm Ewing; History of the Eastern slope as told by ranchers, range and wildlife managers and by old timers.
- Sky Humour, by Sid Marty; A book of poetry with some lovely narrative poems about neighbours in the Willow Valley and Burmis area
- Somebody Else’s Money: The Walrond Ranch Story 1883-1907, by Warren Elofson
- Unfolding The Pages; Recollections of education in the Pincher Creek Area, published by Gorman and Gorman Ltd, 1992
- Where the Rivers Meet, by Barry Potyondi; the history of the Old Man River basin sponsored by the Government of Alberta in response to the Old Man Dam Project changing the area forever.
- Who Speaks for the River, by Robert Girvan; The background story of how some people tried to stop the damming of the Oldman and how the Alberta government used the law.
- Willow Valley School, 1914–2014, 100 years of Learning and Community Spirit, by Wendy Davies
- The Snow Eater (Narrated by Tom Jackson): 2002
- Life Along the Livingstone – 2010; a program about the environment, the people and issues facing the Livingstone Ranch in SW Alberta
- Big Country – 1962(?) CBC/NFB film of ranching life along the Eastern Slope