Yellow Grass (Sask.)

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A History of Yellow Grass

Document entitled A History of Yellow Grass, compiled by Darrel David Hockley in March, 1972. Includes an article entitled Local pride regarding the history, published in The Leader-Post, Regina, February 7, 1973.

Barkwell, Oswald : General pioneer experiences questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Oswald Barkwell to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to general pioneer experiences. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1902.

File included a photograph captioned Harvester's Arrival at C.P.R. Depot, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Questionnaire number 2 on pioneer experiences included questions on: places lived; income; family relations; travel; commerce; "firsts"; sources of place names; availability of historical source materials; and important changes since their arrival.

Barkwell, Oswald

Bornholdt, Mary A. : General pioneer experiences questionnaire

File consists of the response by/about Mary A. Bornholdt to the Saskatchewan Archives' questionnaire pertaining to general pioneer experiences. Archives staff recorded that the respondent indicated on the questionnaire that they or their family came to Saskatchewan and/or the Canadian prairies in 1899.

Questionnaire number 2 on pioneer experiences included questions on: places lived; income; family relations; travel; commerce; "firsts"; sources of place names; availability of historical source materials; and important changes since their arrival.

Bornholdt, Mary A.

Chapters of Saskatchewan's Spoken History Oral History Project

  • Tape R-6121
  • Item
  • 1971

Interviews conducted by Mary Seiferling, Susan MacLean and Bob Ellis for the Chapters of Saskatchewan's Spoken History oral history project, an Opportunities for Youth Project conducted by students with financial assistance from the federal government . Brief summaries are available in the Audio transcript file.

Letitia Jonescu of Regina, Saskatchewan, a farmer born in 1888, speaks of her life in Dysart from 1911.

John Hewgill Brockelbank of Regina, Saskatchewan, a farmer and politician born in 1897, discusses his personal background, farm organizations, the Progressive movement, the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, his personal political history, 1938-1967, political personalities such as J.S. Woodsworth, M.J. Coldwell, David Lewis, Thomas C. Douglas, Woodrow Lloyd, the reasons for the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) strength in Saskatchewan, the formation of the New Democratic Party (NDP) and the medicare crisis.

Robert C. Murray of Regina, Saskatchewan, a farmer born in 1890, discusses his family history and homesteading experiences in the Yellow Grass district with comments about community activities, churches and the effects of the Depression and two World Wars on the district.

Anna Nichol of the Bateman, Saskatchewan district, a farmer born in 1895, recalls her experiences farming in the Bateman district with comments about entertainment, community organizations, school and the growth of Bateman.

Chapters of Saskatchewan's Spoken History Oral History Project

  • Tape R-6132
  • Item
  • 1971

Interviews conducted by Thelfa Yee-Toi, Bob Ellis, Alex Lapchuk and Mary Seiferling for the Chapters of Saskatchewan's Spoken History oral history project, an Opportunities for Youth Project conducted by students with financial assistance from the federal government . Brief summaries are available in the Audio transcript files.

Landon Bailey of Regina, Saskatchewan, a farmer and realtor born in 1889, recalls life on his father's homestead near Yellow Grass, schooling, the effect of the Depression, community activities, his involvement in Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) politics, moving to Regina and the real estate business during the 1940s.

Sarah Cameron of Regina, Saskatchewan, a teacher born in 1893, describes her experiences teaching in Quill Lake, Battleford and Gladstone and working in Regina at the Correspondence School operated by the Saskatchewan Government.

Emilie Kossick of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, a homemaker born in 1899, describes her involvement in the Ukrainian Farm Labour Temple Association, the effects of the Depression in Moose and the On-to-Ottawa Trek in 1935.

Grace MacLean of Regina, Saskatchewan, a homemaker born in 1897, recalls her childhood experiences living on a homestead near Montmartre and life in Kendal after her marriage.

George Simpson of Regina, Saskatchewan recalls his personal background homesteading in the Arcola district, teaching in Manitoba, working as head of the land division of the Hudson's Bay Company from 1936 to 1949 and for Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration (PFRA) from 1949.

Fred Burt and Saskatchewan scenes

(1)-(8): Images of a snowstorm in Estevan, Saskatchewan. Includes images of unidentified people standing on/near large snow banks. Buildings in the background include Mitchell's; Clasky and Co. and Perry Hardware. [1940s].

(9)-(13): Images of Service Flying Training School No. 38 in Estevan, Saskatchewan, possibly taken during a snowstorm. [1940s].

(14): Image of a street in Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan with grain elevators, including Searle elevator, on the left. [1940s].

(15): View of Regina Boat Club boathouse on Wascana Lake, Regina. [1940s].

(16)-(17): Views of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building with Wascana Lake in foreground. [1940s].

(18)-(23): A parade in Regina, Saskatchewan with various participants, including Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on horseback [1940s].

(24)-(32): Images of the Regina Exhibition Rodeo in Regina. [1940s].

(33): Image of Fred Burt seated on ground wearing military uniform [between 1942 and 1944].

(34)-(35): Fred Burt standing at a wooden railing with mountains in background in Switzerland [1990 or before].

Burt, Fred, 1914-1990

Grain Growers' Rally, Indian Head, August 7-10, 1906

This poster is for a grain growers' rally organized by the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association. It was held in Pasqua, Drinkwater, Rouleau, Yellow Grass, Weyburn, and Halbrite from August 7-10, 1906. The speakers at these meetings were E.N. Hopkins of Moose Jaw and President of the association and Wm. Noble of Oxbow.

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