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Type of plough [sic] used in the Zelma district

  • R-A14672
  • Item
  • 1908

Item is an image showing a type of plow used in the Zelma district of Saskatchewan, with the prairie in the background.

Andrew, Albert

Two unidentified men ploughing near Zelma

  • R-A14687
  • Item
  • ca. 1910

Item is an image showing two unidentified men ploughing a field near Zelma; one man is seated in a horse-drawn buggy, the other standing on big four engine tractor.

Andrew, Albert

Tractors

A group in front of Preston C. West's tractor with "caterpillar" tracks, and seven gang breaking plow, used to break virgin sod in the area around Kindersley, Saskatchewan.

Ole and Julius Gulickson

  • S-B12316
  • Item
  • ca. 1912-1913

Ole and Julius Gulickson, with a horse-drawn plow, east of Arabella, 1912 or 1913.

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Charlie Rayner's farming operations

(1): Charlie Rayner breaking land with four oxen at a neighbour's. Rayner's homestead was located on 23-19-8-W3, near Glen Kerr/Log Valley, Saskatchewan. Charlie Rayner was born in Prince Edward Island in 1889 and came to Saskatchewan around 1905.

(2): An unidentified man, possibly a hired hand, sitting on a horse-drawn water wagon owned by Charlie Rayner during harvesting operations in the Glen Kerr district. The horses, named "Mike" and "Craig", were used, in their early years, to chase coyotes.

Charlie Rayner's farming operations

(1): Charlie Rayner breaking land with four oxen at a neighbour's. Rayner's homestead was located on 23-19-8-W3, near Glen Kerr/Log Valley, Saskatchewan. Charlie Rayner was born in Prince Edward Island in 1889 and came to Saskatchewan around 1905.

(2): An unidentified man, possibly a hired hand, sitting on a horse-drawn water wagon owned by Charlie Rayner during harvesting operations in the Glen Kerr district. The horses, named "Mike" and "Craig", were used, in their early years, to chase coyotes.

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