Call #: MSS C555/2/14.12 no. 27
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: Yarns of western pioneers. May 1940.
Description: 3 pages.
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.
This is a story about Charles Pryce, a Scottish immigrant, who settled near Cannington Manor in 1885. Pryce was employed in several occupations, including boat building for the troops in the 1885 Resistance.
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
Other Author: Hewlett, A. E. M.

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