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1885 and After: Native Society in Transition

Publication entitled, 1885 and After: Native Society in Transition, edited by F. Laurie Barron and James B. Waldrum. A compilation of scholarly papers presented at a conference hosted by the Native Studies Department of the University of Saskatchewan, held in May, 1985. Papers pertain to the events leading up to and including the North-West Rebellion of 1885, and the subsequent issues faced by First Nations society. Published by the Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina.

Articles, correspondence re: Francis Jeffrey Dickens

Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Number 59, May 1930, which consists of a work entitled Diary of Francis Dickens, by Vernon LaChance. (23 p.)

Correspondence between Mrs. N. Stewart, Stoney Creek, Ontario, and Allan Turner, Provincial Archivist, Regina, Saskatchewan, regarding information about Inspector Francis Dickens of the North-West Mounted Police, dated November 23 to December 6, 1971.

Typed excerpts from various sources regarding the life and work of Francis Dickens, likely compiled by Saskatchewan Archives Board Staff, [1971?].

Aylesworth Bowen Perry reminiscences, correspondence

Photocopied reminiscences of Aylesworth Bowen Perry, originally from Napanee, Ontario. Includes: his youth; his training at Royal Military College at Kingston; his posting as a Lieutenant with the Royal Engineers in England; and his career from 1882 to 1923 in the Royal North-West Mounted Police (later Royal Canadian Mounted Police). Also included are genealogical notes of the Perry family, compiled by Robert Perry and Aylesworth Bowen Perry.

Photocopied correspondence of Perry from the period 1909 to 1922 as Commissioner of the Royal North-West Mounted Police (after 1920, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police), while stationed at Regina, Saskatchewan and later at Ottawa, Ontario.

Baker, Everett

  • R-561
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  • ca. 1864 to 1975

Records relating to Everett Baker's involvement in Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society; assistance to Sudetan-German refugees; marking of historic trails and sites. Also includes material re co-operatives, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and school districts in the Shaunavon area.

Bannister, Albert William

Photocopied articles from The Leader-Post, Regina, July, 1945 relating to the 60th anniversary celebrations by the Riel Rebellion Veterans of 1885. Includes articles entitled Riel veterans receive medals won during days of rebellion; Signatures of Riel Rebellion vets found; Pioneer recalls 1885 incidents regarding William Niblock; and Women recall rebellion days.

Copy of obituary for Albert Bannister entitled Pioneer is dead. Source likely The Leader-Post, Regina, 1947. Photocopy of article relating to the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bannister. Photocopied article entitled Albert Bannister Here Fifty Years. Copy of letter dated February 4, 1974 to A.W. Bannister from John G. Diefenbaker thanking Bannister for his gift of a cane made from a piece of diamond willow.

Photocopy of article by Betty Towill entitled Barren field becomes park, regarding Victoria Park in Regina. [July 1947?].

Photocopy of Albert William Bannister's discharge certificate issued by the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Forces, 1919.

Typewritten copies of obituaries for Mrs. Margaret Dougans and John Dougans, originally published in The Leader-Post, Regina, April 1926 and April 1928. Copy of article regarding the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Dougans, The Regina Daily Post, October 31, 1913.

Photocopies of genealogical information.

Battleford Beleagured: 1885

Publication entitled, Battleford Beleagured: 1885, edited and published by William L. Clink for the Government of Saskatchewan's North West Centennial Advisory Committee. An account of the North-West Rebellion compiled from articles first published in the Saskatchewan Herald newspaper.

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