2 edition of Pioneer days of Weyburn, 1905-1955. found in the catalog.
Pioneer days of Weyburn, 1905-1955.
Weyburn, Sask. Golden Jubilee Committee
in Weyburn, Sask
Written in English
|LC Classifications||F5747 W4 W49|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Pioneer days of Weyburn, by Weyburn (Sask.) (Book) Most widely held works by Weyburn (Sask.) Pioneer days of Weyburn by Weyburn (Sask.) (Book). Book Title Carlyle Saskatchewan Golden Jubilee, Author Carlyle, Sask.
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An excerpt from the book Number One Northern or The Memoir of a Pioneer by E.L. Anderson about Goodhue School District Harringay School District # Harringay School District # located on the northeast quarter section of section 8 township 42 range 14 west of the third meridian near Ruddell, Saskatchewan between Summary: The contents of this book are based on interviews done by members of the Pioneer Oral History Association.
This book is divided into 3 sections consisting of information on family life, community life and family member stories. One interviewee says, "mother, especially, was regarded as the center of the home. Listings for the Stockmen's Memorial Foundation Library and Archives subject headings.
These subject headings describe the library's collection of books, magazines, pamphlets and maps. Shaunavon, Saskatchewan: | | | |Shaunavon| | | | | ||Town|| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the. The town of Shaunavon is in southwest Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 37 and It is kilometres from Swift Current, kilometres from the Alberta border and 74 kilometres from the Montana border.
Shaunavon was established in along the Canadian Pacific Railway line. The town has several nicknames including Bone Creek Basin, Boomtown, and Oasis of the Prairies.
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- Alaska Eskimo Education, a Film Analysis of Cultural Confrontation in the Schools. The town of Shaunavon is located in southwest Saskatchewan at the junction of Highways 37 and It is kilometres from Swift Current, kilometres from the Alberta border and 74 kilometres from the Montana border.
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