Call #: MSS C550/1/18.2
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: Correspondence between A. B. Stewart and Norman Black, H. E. Ross, G. A. Mantle, Arthur S. Morton, Edmund H. Oliver, Dr. Walter Murray. 20 September 1912 - 9 May 1925.
Description: 43 pages.
Notes: Correspondence pertaining to Norman Black's history of the province of Saskatchewan, Joseph McKay's account of the Riel Resistance in Cree syllabic, the University's interest in obtaining a Red River cart, H. E. Ross's memoirs of his life in the West, relics of the Riel Resistance of 1885, a biographical account of Donald Alexander Smith, a list of all the members of the Saskatchewan legislature since 1877, the establishment of cairns at Duck Lake and Batoche, the route of the Batoche-Carlton trail, the collection of historical documents on the Riel Resistance, and the establishment of historic sites in Saskatchewan.
Morton Manuscript Collection, Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
History: Dr. Archibald Blyth Stewart was a well known physician and surgeon of Rosthern, Sask. In addition, he was the president of the Northwest Territories Medical Council in 1895 and represented the government of the Northwest Territories in regard to their immigration work at Toronto and Ottawa in 1895.
Subject: Northwest Rebellion, 1885
Saskatchewan - Historiography
Other Author: Stewart, Archibald Blyth
Black, Norman Fergus
Adams, H.
Ross, Harold Edward
Mantle, G. A.
Morton, Arthur Silver
Oliver, Edmund H.

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