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Camp. of Stenrson and Rustum Plowing Outfit

Item is a photograph showing the camp of a plowing outfit located in the Kenaston area of Saskatchewan. From left to right are shown: a wooden shack; barrels; two unidentified men, a horse and carriage; and an A-frame tent.

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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