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A new school under construction in Saskatoon.


As the cities and towns of Saskatchewan grew so did the need for bigger schools. The growth in population was rapid and school boards had to plan and build quickly to provide for the educational needs of the settlers.

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R-A243-2
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Keywords:
Schools; Saskatoon


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Image Preview R-A243-2 Photograph 01 - A new school under construction in Saskatoon.
Image Preview R-A243-1 Photograph 02 - Kind Edward school.
Image Preview R-A243-10 Photograph 03 - "Larger towns, such as Wilkie, had to expand their schools."
Image Preview R-A2141 Photograph 04 - A new school in Battleford.
Image Preview R-A8648 Photograph 05 - Moose Jaw College was a residential school.
Image Preview Rice Studio Album-145 Photograph 06 - Prince Arthur school in Moose Jaw.
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