FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – ‘Signposts & Promises: Canada and the Alaska Highway’, published by the Fort St. John North Peace Museum, has won the
Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals’ Award of Excellence in the Heritage Education, Awareness & Scholarship category.

The book published in 2018, was made possible through a BC-Canada 150 grant that covered basic publishing costs, while historian Julie Harris volunteered her time to write
most of the sections in the book, with contributions from Frank B. Edwards.

According to the Museum, ‘Signposts & Promises’ brings all aspects of the Alaska Highway’s cultural landscape, history, and natural heritage to life. It features a rich collection of images, both historical and recent photos of places along the highway.

‘Signposts and Promises’ can be purchased through the Fort St. John North Peace Museum.

For more information, you can visit fsjmuseum.com.