|Call #:||MSS C555/2/14.11 no.26|
Morton, Arthur Silver
|Title:||Cannington Manor old timers. July 1931.|
|Notes:||This document contains the verbatim notes on the recollections of the following Cannington Manor settlers: T. Hamilton, Norbert Boyer (Métis hunter), William McQueen, Arthur Le Mesurier, Kenneth Price, Frank Humphrys, William Carmichael, J. Murison, John Morrison, and James Pryce. Most of their recollections pertain to work on their homesteads, living conditions, social and sporting activities and the development of Cannington Manor. As well, a number of these homesteaders comment on the North-West Resistance of 1885.|
|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.|
Cannington Manor Papers
Pioneer experiences - Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan
Hewlett, A. E. Papers
Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan - History
Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Settlers' experiences
Murison, J. J.
McDiarmid, E. C.
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