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Fort Qu'Appelle (Sask.) district
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Fort Qu'Appelle area

  • R-A12303
  • Unidad documental simple
  • ca. 1914

Fort Qu'Appelle area.

John Dale Kennedy family biographies

Biographical sketches of John Dale Kennedy and his wife Ida Jemima (Niblock) Kennedy, who homesteaded in the Fort Qu'Appelle, North-West Territories district from 1882. File also includes essays and poetry written by Gordon Kennedy of Nipawin, Saskatchewan, and a family tree of the Niblock family, compiled by W.E. Niblock King.

Spring flooding in southern Saskatchewan

Ground-level and aerial views of spring flooding throughout southern Saskatchewan. 01 to 04: Between Regina and Fort Qu'Appelle along the new section of Highway 10. 05 to 12: Moose Jaw River. 13 to 24: Flooding at Lumsden. 25 to 28: The Qu'Appelle valley. 29 to 48: The Qu'Appelle River, upstream from Lumsden. 49 to 50: Train derailment east of Moose Jaw. 51 to 52: Flooding across Highway 19. 53 to 57: Train derailment east of Moose Jaw. 58 to 68: Summit Dam in the Qu'Appelle valley. 69 to 80: Buffalo Pound Lake. 81 to 91: Flooding at Moose Jaw. 92 to 104: Flooding at Regina. 105 to 128: Souris River. 129 to 132: Flooding at Weyburn. 133 to 134: Flood waters approaching the Centennial Auditorium (Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts) at Regina. 135 to 146: Moose Jaw Creek. 147 to 150: Avonlea Dam. 151 to 158: Moose Jaw Creek. 159 to 178: Souris River. 179 to 182: Boundary Dam. 183 to 184: Mouth of Moose Jaw Creek. 185 to 186: Below Moose Jaw Creek. 187 to 190: Moose Jaw Creek. 191 to 235: Flooding at Moose Jaw. 236 to 247: Qu'Appelle valley.

Christensen, R. W.

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