Call #: MSS C555/2/13.11a
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: Jackson, William H. to A. K. Owen. 4 April 1888.
Description: 28 pages.
Notes: Correspondence pertaining to Jackson's summary of the events that led to the resistances of 1869 and 1885, Riel's counsel for constitutional agitation, Jackson's account of his educational pursuits and other activities after the 1885 Resistance, Jackson's work with some American labour organizations, Jackson's interest in establishing a Métis colony in Mexico based on Owen's plan, and Jackson's request to purchase six 25 ft lots in Mexico. As well, the articles of the agreement between the members of a co-operative lumbering association in connection with the credit foncier colony of Sinaloa, Mexico are included.
Morton Manuscript Collection, Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
Subject: Jackson, William Henry (Honoré Joseph Jaxon) - Papers
Cooperative lumbering association - Mexico
Red River Rebellion, 1869-1870
Northwest Rebellion, 1885
Métis colony - Mexico
Other Author: Jackson, William Henry (Honoré Joseph Jaxon)

[ Home ] [ Search ]