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A Paper chase : The Prentice G. Downes fonds

Item component is an article containing the impressions on the contents and importance of the records for Prentice Gilbert Downes that were recently acquired by the Saskatchewan Archives. Impressions are provided with contributions from: Saskatchewan Archives' archivist Catherine Holmes; book editor Robert (Bob) Cockburn; McGahren Stewart Publishing company representative Hugh Stewart; northern researcher and Saskatchewan History contributor Les Oysteryk; and Saskatchewan History editor Myrna Williams. Component appears on pages 6 to 11.

Component is supplemented by images showing: journal entry by P. G. Downes; Downes carrrying goods and a paddle during one of his trips to northern Saskatchewan; First Nations' woman and child in a tent; First Nations' child standing near a tent where goods are piled outside; group of First Nations' People awaitng payment for signing over lands; caribou meat drying on racks adjacent a tent; John Custer; Downes wading at the stern of a canoe that is near shore of body water; group of First Nations People seated outside the opening of a tent; and Downes seated with pipe at the docks with a floatplane and boat visibile.

Williams, Myrna

Did Palliser Visit Saskatchewan in 1848?

  • PI-81-16.1 (2)
  • Component
  • 1963

Item component is an article by Irene M. Spry that appears in volume 16, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History from page 22 to 26.

Spry, Irene M.

Kelsey's Journal of 1691 Reconsidered

  • PI-81-37.1 (2)
  • Component
  • 1984

Item component is an article by Alan Ronaghan that appears in volume 37, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History beginning on page 25.

Ronaghan, Allen

Sections of David Thompson's map

  • R-A6642
  • Item
  • 1897 or after

Items are images showing sections of one of David Thompson's maps appearing in volume 3 of E. Coue's Henry-Thompson journals. Images show the portion depicting: (1) area near the Pacific Ocean (approximately W 123 degrees - W 120 degrees/N 51 degrees 10 minutes - N 49 degrees 30 minutes); and (2) areas labelled as Nelson and Duncan Mountains and western portions of Red Deer and Bow Rivers (approximately W 117 degrees - W 113 degrees/N 52 degrees-N 49 degrees 50 minutes).

Sketched Map

  • S-B733
  • Item
  • ca. 1801

Photograph of a roughly sketched map of an area between Rocky Mountains and Hudson Bay, possibly of Duncan McGillivray's 1801 journey across the rockies.

Title supplied from content.; More information on back of photograph .; Original map held by the Royal Colonial Institute.

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