Bangor (Sask.)

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Llewelyn Anglican Church (built 1904), near Bangor

  • S-B7549
  • Item
  • 1972

Item is an image showing Llewelyn Anglican Church [St. Asaph's] built in the colony of Llewelyn that was established by Welsh immigrants to the area near Bangor, Saskatchewan.

Llewelyn Bethel United Church (built 1910) and cairn honouring the Patagonia Welsh settlers in the area near Bangor

  • S-E100
  • Item
  • 1972

Item is an image showing Llewelyn Bethel United Church (built 1910) and a cairn that also honours the Welsh settlers from Patagonia and Wales who established the Llewelyn Colony in the Bangor area of Saskatchewan during the early 1900s. The plaque on the cairn indicates that the cairn was erected by members of the Church and the J. Evans Memorial Fund Committee in co-operation with the Department of Natural Resources in 1971.

Plaque on cairn erected beside the Llewelyn Bethel United Church (built 1910), near Bangor

  • S-E101
  • Item
  • 1972

Item is an image showing the plaque on a cairn erected beside the Llewelyn Bethel United Church in the Llewelyn colony of Welsh immigrants located near Bangor, Saskatchewan. The plaque claims that the church was built in 1910, and that the cairn was erected by members of the Church and the J. Evans Memorial Fund Committee in co-operation with the Department of Natural Resources in 1971. It also indicates that the cairn was placed in honour of the Welsh pioneers from Patagonia and Wales who settled in the area in the early 1900s. The plaque depicts the Saskatchewan coat of arms in the middle of the top edge with a tiger lily blossom on each side and shows a single wheat stalk on each side that run the length of the plaque.

Plummer, Ernest Henry : Pioneer churches questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Ernest Henry Plummer to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to pioneer churches. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1903.

Questionnaire number 4 on churches included questions on: religious services attended; location of services; buildings used; music and choirs; organizations; youth services; activities and special events (e.g. picnics, suppers, fund raisers); administration and financial support; membership; records available; and special features.

Plummer, Ernest Henry

Plummer, Ernest Henry : Pioneer diet questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Ernest Henry Plummer to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to pioneer diet. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1903.

Questionnaire number 1 on nutrition was organized into sections on: flour and other grain products; sugars and syrups; dairy products; meat and fish; beverages; vegetables and dried fruits; canning and preserving; baking; water supply; soaps; fuels; methods of cooking and types of utensils; and wrappings and containers.

Plummer, Ernest Henry

Plummer, Ernest Henry : Pioneer housing questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Ernest Henry Plummer to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to pioneer housing. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1903.

Questionnaire number 9 on housing was organized into sections on: temporary structures (e.g. sod or log houses; even if the family lived in the building for many years); permanent structures (e.g. including the "better" house built after living for a time in quarters mentioned in temporary structures, a permanent home built upon arrival, or the "homestead shack" that may have been added to and continued as a permanent house); and general (e.g. winterizing; additions; animals/pets; furnishings; windows and ventilation; windbreaks; fire protection and emergency measures/features).

Plummer, Ernest Henry

Plummer, Ernest Henry : Pioneer recreation and social life questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Ernest Henry Plummer to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to pioneer recreation and social life. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1903.

Questionnaire number 5 on recreation and social life was organized into sections on: neighbourly visiting, parties, etc.; organizations and meetings; children's games; picnics and sports; reading; musical entertainment; hobbies and special interests; and general.

Plummer, Ernest Henry