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Abernethan (Abernethy, Sask.)

Reel consists of microfilmed issues for The Abernethan from August 16, 23, and, September 27, October 4, 1905; September 21, 1906; January 18, March 22 and 29, May 31, September 20 to October 4, and October 18 to November 8, November 29, 1907; December 13, 1907 to January 10, 1908, January 24, February 14 to March 20, April 17 and 24, September 18 to October 16 and 30, November 27, and December 4, 1908; June 4 and 11, August 27, September 3, and November 5, 1909; July 19 and 26, 1911; May 1, 1912; March 5, April 23 and 30, May 7, 21, and 28, 1913.

Reel is incomplete.

Distinct from: Abernethan (Moose Jaw, Sask.).

Abernethan (Abernethy, Sask.) collection

  • NP 129
  • Fonds
  • 1905-07-25 to 1913-05-28

Collection consists of print and microfilmed issues for The Abernethan.

The printing frequency of this title was weekly.

Distinct from: Abernethan (Moose Jaw, Sask.).

Articles re: Land Titles Building, Regina

September 13, 1979 issue of Heritage Gazette, a newsletter published by the Administration Centre for Sport, Culture and Recreation in Regina, Saskatchewan. Issue features the Land Titles Building, the official home for the Administration Centre and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.

Article on the Land Titles Building in Regina published in the Regina Sun, June 15, 1997. Article includes sketch of building by William Argan.

Found in the archives : Saskatoon's first relief measure

Item component is a slightly edited transcription of a story by Barbara E. Anderson (née Hunter) that she submitted in 1932 to Campbell Innes, who at the time was broadcasting stories related to the history of Saskatchewan.

The story describes the trip that Anderson's father, William Adam Hunter, took in March 1884 from their homestead in the Saskatoon area to Duck Lake in order to obtain enough flour to support his family and other Saskatoon settlers.

Article is supplemented by a black and white photograph showing the Stobart Mill in Duck Lake - the destination of William Hunter described in the story.

Transcription can be found in volume 65, issue 1 of Saskatchewan History, beginning on page 6.

Anderson, Barbara E., ca. 1874-1951 or after

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