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A Letter from an Early Saskatchewan Settler

  • PI-81-29.2 (3)
  • Component
  • 1976

Item component is an article by D. Essar that appears in volume 29, issue 2 of Saskatchewan History from page 65 to 72.

Essar, D. A.

A trainload of settlers and their effects arriving at Winnipeg from South Dakota, bound for Yorkton

  • S-C158
  • Item
  • after 1891-05-01

Item is a photo reproduction of a sheet (appearing to promote immigration to Canada) that includes a photograph showing a trainload of settlers from the United States upon their arrival in Winnipeg. Some settlers are shown standing and sitting atop the rail cars with others standing beside the cars, two persons are seated on adjacent rails. Ten of the rail cars have banners affixed to their side; caption below the image identifies the slogans that were used.

Agriculture - Canada

  • Pamphlet File - Agriculture - Canada
  • File
  • 1911-1945

A pamphlet entitled, The Upbuilding of Agriculture in Canada, Evidence of Dr. William Saunders Before The Select Standing Committee on Agriculture and Colonization, 1910-1911. Printed by C. H. Parmelee, Printer of the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1911.

Two booklets entitled, Handbook For The Use Of Crop Correspondents with selection of Annual Agricultural Statistics 1908-23; and 1908-24, published by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa. Printed by F. A. Acland, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1924 and 1925.

A reprint from Journal of Farm Economics, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, May, 1945 entitled, "Postwar Agricultural Settlement Possibilities in Canada," by W. Burton Hurd.

Biog. - Wooff, John

  • Pamphlet File - Biog. - Wooff, John
  • Item
  • 1975

Publication entitled Harbinger Farm, the recollections of John Wooff, who was born in England in 1898 and settled with his family in the Turtleford-St. Walburg district of the North-West Territories (later known as Saskatchewan) in 1907. The recollections date mainly from 1906 to 1920. (3 copies).

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