Batoche National Historic Site of Canada (Sask.)

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Batoche National Historic Site of Canada (Sask.)

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Batoche National Historic Site of Canada (Sask.)

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Batoche National Historic Site of Canada (Sask.)

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Plaques on National sites and monuments board monuments, various sizes

  • R-A4224 (1)-(10)
  • Item
  • 1923 or after

Items are a series of images showing plaques produced by the National Sites and Monuments Board for display at the following sites: (1) Batoche; (2) [Fort] Battleford; (3) Cumberland House; (4) Cut Knife Hill; (5) Duck Lake; (6) Fish Creek; (7) Fort à la Corne; (8) Fort Battleford; (9) Fort Livingstone; and (10) Fort Walsh.

Saskatchewan Tourism Clips

  • VT R-6101
  • Item
  • 1979?

Travelogues: Items are a series of 16 travelogues on national, provincial and regional parks in Saskatchewan. Included are Echo Valley Provincial Park; Fort Walsh National Historic Park; Prince Albert National Park; Fort Battleford National Historic Park; Meadow Lake Provincial Park; Lac La Ronge Provincial Park; St. Victor's Petroglyphs Provincial Historic Park; Cannington Manor Provincial Historic Park; Nickle Lake Regional Park; Fort Carlton Provincial Park; Batoche National Historic Site; Greenwater Lake Provincial Park; Duck Mountain Provincial Park; Candle Lake Provincial Park; Nipawin Provincial Park (as of 1993-02-12, known as Narrow Hills Provincial Park); Good Spirit Lake Provincial Park; Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park. Also includes travelogues on Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, La Ronge, Saskatoon, Waskesiu, and Estevan.

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