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39 -  Saskatoon, Barr Colony
Margaret Oliphant's immigration and travel papers
118 Homesteaders
The Right Honourable R. Hnatyshyn
Canadian National Railways: selected farms in western Canada, millions of acres of finest agricultural land for settlement [Map]
Issac Barr leaving Saskatoon in April of 1903 for the "Promised Land" of Lloydminster
Barr Colonists May 1, 1903 Saskatoon
Lashburn District
Emil Julius Meilicke
Tablet on monument [Rev. James Nisbet at Prince Albert]
Laurie's map of the North-West Territories: shewing [sic] the surveys now made and the railway and other routes thereto
Monument commemorating landing of Rev. James Nisbet at Prince Albert
Ivy McVicar Prairie River Museum Story [Audio]
Storytelling Chairs
Scarborough's new map of Saskatchewan
Bird's-Eye View of Barr Colony Camp
Barr Colony Camp at Saskatoon
Barr Colonists May 1, 1903 At Saskatoon, Sask.
Barr Colonists, May 1, 1903 At Saskatoon, Sask
Group of settlers heading west
John N. Lake, 1890
Map of Western Canada: Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Part of British Columbia
Old Timers Reunion - Cannington Manor Dist. July 14th 1927
The Barr Colony Settlement of 1903
[Application for Homestead Patent by Frank Hembrow-Smith]
[Barr Colonists miscellaneous newspaper clippings]
Barr Colonist Reunion for Exhibition
[Barr Colony reunion guest signatures in "booklet" form]
In Quest of a Number
Barr Colony Reunion Dinner Programme April 20th 1926
Barr Colonists in Reunion to Observe 23rd Anniversary
Saskatoon Seemed Tent City Thirty-one Years Ago When Barr Colonists Arrived
Barr Colony Arrived Here 25 Years Ago
The North-West Mounted Police and the Barr Colony
Horse with hayrack
On Board ship - 6 men - Clergy
Barr Colony Camp
Pile of settlers effects
[Barr Colony reunion guest list draft]
[Barr Colony reunion committees]

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