Presentation on theme: "The name Alberta came from Queen Victoria’s daughter. Her name was Louise Caroline Alberta."— Presentation transcript:
The name Alberta came from Queen Victoria’s daughter. Her name was Louise Caroline Alberta.
Where She Was Born Louise Caroline Alberta was born in Buckingham Palace, London.
Who Was Louise Married To? Eventually Louise married to John Campbell, Marquess of Lorne, the Governor of Canada on March 21 st, 1871, and moved to Ottawa, Canada. Who Is Louise Alberta Married To? This is a picture of Louise and John’s wedding.
When she was in school, she always got good grades. Her best subject was art. Louise Caroline Alberta in School
Where She Got Her Name Louise Caroline Alberta was Queen Victoria’s sixth child and fourth daughter. She was named after her father’s mother.
Why did the province Alberta get the name Alberta? Louise Caroline Alberta was married to the Governor Of Canada and he chose the name of his wife for the province.
Where is Alberta? Today, Alberta is the Canadian province next to British Colombia and Saskatchewan.
Thanks for Watching! Thanks for watching my slide show of how Alberta got its name!