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Biog. - Pratt, Charles

  • Clippings File - Biog. - Pratt, Charles
  • File
  • 1959-1972

Article by James McCook entitled Charles Pratt was a model of a good man. Published in The Leader-Post, Regina. 1972?.

Article regarding a plaque commemorating Charles Pratt, a missionary who worked in the Gordon's Reserve area. The Qu'Appelle Crusader, December 1961.

Typewritten copy of the journals of Charles Pratt, a native catechist of the Church Missionary Society (Anglican) in the Hudson's Bay Company territory dating from 1851 to 1860. Journals copied from the microfilm of the Church Missionary Society records in the Public Archives of Canada, possibly by A.R. Turner in November 1959.

Booth, Ernest G.

Touchwood Hills: The Autobiography and Reminiscences of Ernest G. Booth, 1987. 105 p.

A Revision of the Supplement of 1987. 1990. 41 p.

H.B.C. post

  • R-B3597
  • Item
  • 19--

H.B.C. post. From a public archives print.

Hudson's Bay Company

  • R-1248
  • File
  • 1794-1884, 1932

Journals, supply inventories, accounts, agreements and miscellaneous correspondence relating to operations at Fort Pelly, Fort Carlton, Fort Ellice, Qu'Appelle Lakes, Egg Lake and Swan River posts; council minutes of the Northern Department of Rupert's Land.

Master Plan of Development: Touchwood Hills Historic Site

Report outlining the master plan of development for the Touchwood Hills Historic Site, prepared by the Parks and Recreation Branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Natural Resources. Contains information pertaining to the site, including: land use zones; landscaping and vegetation treatment; roads and drainage; design and construction of an historical marker; planting stock requirements; operational costs; and an historical sketch of the site. Accompanying the report are several related design plans.

Mountain and Prairie: A Journey from Victoria to Winnipeg, Via Peace River Pass

Publication written by Reverend Daniel M. Gordon, Ottawa, Ontario and published by Dawson Brothers, Publishers, Montreal, Quebec. The publication is based on notes taken by Dawson while a member of a party assigned by the Canadian Government to obtain information regarding certain proposed routes for the Canadian Pacific Railway in May, 1879.

Stuart, Douglas Graham

  • R-972
  • File
  • 1910-1981

Includes "The Progress" (Qu'Appelle, 30 Oct. 1913); diaries for 1910, 1912-1915, 1925-1930, 1932-1943, 1949-1981; "Notes and Reflections Over the Years"; "Notes on the Vimy Pilgrimage, 1936"; "Visitors Book," 1929-1976; "Jottings From a Daily Journal, Saskatchewan, 1920-1950"; poetry and other materials.

This file also includes 2 photographs: Touchwood Derby colts, 1919, and the Regina Amateur Operatic Society cast for "The Desert Song," 1946.

Douglas Graham Stuart (1888-1982) was a farmer and an Indian Agent.

Tales of the Touchwoods

Publication entitled Tales of the Touchwoods From 1880 - 1953, printed by Western Printers Association, Regina, Saskatchewan. 112 p.

Celebrate Saskatchewan edition of publication entitled Tales of the Touchwoods From 1880 - 1955, a local history reprinted in 1980 to commemorate Saskatchewan's 75th anniversary. Publication consists mainly of biographical information on pioneer families in the Touchwood, Saskatchewan district. 124 p.