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Life on the Prairies - Baseball
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"A baseball game near Lumsden. Walter Scott, Saskatchewan's first premier, was one of the players."


"While homesteading was not easy, there was usually enough time for a baseball game. Boys or girls, village or city, one benefit of the prairie was that there was plenty of space to hold a game. No matter if it was formal teams or pick up games, it all added to the settler’s experiences."

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R-B1859
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Baseball; Lumsden


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Image Preview R-B1859 Photograph 1 - "A baseball game near Lumsden. Walter Scott, Saskatchewan's first premier, was one of the players."
Image Preview R-B1405 Photograph 2 - A Regina team of ball players from the 1890's.
Image Preview R-A3654 Photograph 3 - "In his youth, the future premier Walter Scott (back right corner) played for a Regina team."
Image Preview R-A15554 Photograph 4 - The Kerrobert girls’ baseball team.
Image Preview R-A27776 Photograph 5 - Sports days and baseball games were a rural tradition that still continues in Saskatchewan.
Image Preview R-A6551-1 Photograph 6 - A baseball game at a local field in Regina.
Image Preview R-B9640 Photograph 7 - "Dominion Park, on 7th Ave near Rose and Hamilton, was the site of a baseball game in Regina."
Image Preview R-B1618 Photograph 8 - The Shellbrook ball team.
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