Sunday, 26 November 2017

Canada 150 - Saskatchewan Settlers and Soldiers






During our country's 150th anniversary celebration of confederation I will write posts titled Canada 150 with a link to a publication or website I find that may help you tell the story of your Canadian ancestors.
Click on the Canada 150 label on the right or at the bottom to see all the posts.





Today I have for you...


Settlements in Saskatchewan





Names of settlers of Saskatchewan in the late 1800s ...








...and names of soldiers who fought at Duck Lake in 1885






Relevant Links




Detailed report upon all claims to land and right to participate in the North-West Half-Breed Grant by settlers along the South Saskatchewan and vicinity, west of Range 26, W. 2nd Meridian, being the settlements commonly known as St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake – 1886...



(Rapport détaillé sur toutes les demandes de terrains : et du droit de participer aux concessions de terres faites aux Métis du Nord-Ouest : présentées par les colons établis sur la Saskatchewan-Sud et dans les environs à l'ouest du rang 26, à l'ouest du 2e méridien : ces établissements étant ceux généralement connus sous les noms de Saint-Louis de Langevin, Saint-Laurent ou Batoche, et Lac-aux-Canards)








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