Call #: MSS C555/1/3.1 p7
Author: Morton, Arthur Silver
Title: Early eighties were really good old days. 1929.
Description: 7 pages.
Notes: These early settlers' reminiscences were written for the "Country Guide" and newspapers such as the "Yorkton Enterprise." Dr. A. S. Morton secured a list of the writers and wrote to each requesting the original story or a copy of it. The correspondence is attached to each manuscript or typescript.
This is a story about the Issac Jones family who immigrated to Canada from Great Britain in 1882. They settled at the Primitive Methodist Colony at Duff, Saskatchewan in 1883. The family experienced a number of important events such as the Northwest Resistance of 1885.
Morton Manuscript Collection, Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Libraries.
Subject: Pioneer experiences - Saskatchewan
Homesteaders - Saskatchewan
Northwest Rebellion, 1885
Other Author: Willis, Mrs. C. M.

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