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Settlement Patterns - American
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R-A9975
Item Date
1904


Settlers from Nebraska arriving in Estevan.


There was a major push to attract settlers from the United States to Saskatchewan. Massive advertisement campaigns were launched in the United States to attract experienced homesteaders. Large numbers of American settlers often arrived directly to Saskatchewan by wagon.

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R-A9975
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Immigration


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Image Preview R-B3761 Photograph 1 - "A livestock exhibition in Buffalo, New York included advertisements about immigrating to Canada."
Image Preview R-A12401 Drawing 2 - Uncle Sam' watching Americans head to a new opportunity in Saskatchewan.
Image Preview R-B3278 Photograph 3 - A trainload of settlers from South Dakota heading for the Canadian prairies.
Image Preview R-A14508 Photograph 4 - A large group of Americans coming into Saskatchewan.
Image Preview R-A4000 Photograph 5 - Heading out from Melfort to find land.
Image Preview R-A9975 Photograph 6 - Settlers from Nebraska arriving in Estevan.
Image Preview R-B2786 Photograph 7 - Covered wagons travelling up Scarth street in Regina.
Image Preview R-266 No. 1644 PDF Document 8 - A letter from Philadelphia.
Image Preview R-1109: File 35 PDF Document 9 - "‘Homeseekers Guide'. The Weiss-Walters Land Co., St. Paul, Minnesota. "
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