Call #: MSS C555/2/14.12 no. 15b
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: Yarns of western pioneers, The Saskatchewan Farmer. 1 September 1939.
Description: 1 page.
Notes: This article was part of a series of articles, entitled "Tales of Cannington Manor, N.W.T.," which were published in The Saskatchewan Farmer during the period 1939 to 1940.
A biographical article about James Pryce, a carpenter and pioneer, who emigrated from Nairn, Scotland in 1885. Includes a discussion about the impact of the North-West Resistance of 1885 on the communities of Medicine Hat and Lethbridge
Morton Manuscript Collection, Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
History: In the early 1930s Dr. A. S. Morton gathered information about Cannington Manor, the unique British colony located in south-east Saskatchewan. One of his contacts was Mrs. A. E. Hewlett who had a close relationship with the first settlers of Cannington Manor.
Subject: Cannington Manor Papers
Hewlett, A. E. Papers
Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan - History
Northwest Rebellion, 1885
Pryce, James - Biography
Other Author: Hewlett, A. E. M.

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