3 edition of A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan
|Statement||by James N. Mackinnon.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 38037|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (20 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Peel MacKinnon, James N. A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, : Courier, . Physical description: 30 p.; 19 cm. Language: English The early history, plus some biography and family history, of two Scottish settlements south and west of Wapella, Get this from a library.
A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan. [James N A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, ] Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: MacKinnon, James N., ; Format: Book, Microform, Online; 30 p.
A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan [microform] / by James N | National Library of Australia The following quote is from "A Short History of the Pioneer Scotch Settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan" by James N.
MacKinnon, and describes Norman's parents and family, and their settlement in St. Andrews. See article. The following notes on Norman Beaton are taken from the pipe music book Along the Road. Norman Beaton /individuals/the-beaton-family-st-andrewsbenbecula.
George was son of James Miller 31 Oct Kilmuir, Argyllshire - Moosomin & Mary A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews Black Lachinvar, Sutherlandshire - Moosomin. Excerpt from: A Short History of the Pioneer Scotch Settlers of s, Saskatchewan; James N. MacKinnon () James Miller of Aird, Benbecula and his wife Mary Ann, Roderick was born Carnan, South Uist, Inverness-shire.
A Short History of the Pioneer Scotch Settlers of St. Andrews, Sask by James N. MacKinnon; (pg 3) Roderick McDonald of Lionacleit, Benbecula, and his wife Mary, nee McRury, aged 57 and 48 respectively (in Book: Title A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St.
Andrews, Sask. Author James N. MacKinnon. Cemeteries: Buck Cemetery Wapella NW?. W1 RM of Martin # St Andrew's Cemetery - Wapella - Moosomin - Red Jacket NE?. W1 RM of Martin # ~skweybur/Weyburn/ The Scottish tradition in Western Canada originates with the predominance of Scots in the enterprises which first penetrated the area now comprising the Provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, who exploited its fur resources, explored and mapped its waterways, and established forts and trading posts, some of which formed the nucleus of permanent :// Outlook, Broderick, Bratton, Glenside.
Compiled by Outlook-Broderick History Book Committee, Turner Warwick Printers Inc., Thumbnail sketches of early pioneer families of above named areas. Typical Saskatchewan celabratory community history book. MR3 "Mileposts to Memories." Area: Sovereign and the RM of St ://~bwo/ 2 days ago The Local Histories collection includes books that can be searched by both the current and former municipality names, since several municipalities amalgamated in and the majority of the collection is about the former municipalities, not the current ones.
Robert Andrews School (East St. Paul, Man.) (1) +-Roblin History Book Committee (1 :manitobia_books. A short history of the pioneer Scotch settlers of St. Andrews, Saskatchewan by James N. MacKinnon; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Scots, Biography I have a daily journal of the trip from the Outer Hebrides, the "A Short History of the Pioneer Scotch Settlers of St.
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