Our mission is to create and contribute to projects that preserve the history of the Amisk and Hughenden, Alberta area.

Amisk-Hughenden Historical Society
The Holy Trinity Anglican Church was built in Hughenden in 1914. Our historical society is responsible for the preservation of this beautiful little building that is central to our community.

Members of the Amisk-Hughenden Historical Society:

Myrna Swanson, President

Mark Wight, Vice President

Linda Perry, Treasurer

Patricia Mackie, Secretary

Terry Lee Degenhardt

Heather Nelson

Amisk-Hughenden Historical Society’s CRA Charities Registration number is: 865138200 RR 0001

To contact us or to donate:

Amisk-Hughenden Historical Society

P.O. Box 116

Hughenden, Alberta

T0B 2E0

Email us: historicalsociety1916@gmail.com

Hughenden, Alberta in 1907

Amisk Grain Elevators

Jeannette Nordin dug up this old photograph last week and mentioned that she thinks she took it upon returning from living in northern Alberta. The family was so happy to see those elevators that signalled they were finally approaching home after a very long drive.

What We Do

The other day, someone asked pointblank, “What does the Amisk Hughenden Historical Society do anyway?” Great question! Here’s a list of our activities: We promote and sell the two-volume history collection, Memories and Milestones, for $100 a set. Libraries within the Parkland Regional Library system can contact us to receive books at a discounted rate.We…

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