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Steps to a Homestead - Advertising
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R-A259
Item Date
ca 1912


A group of Londoners examine a window display advertising farms in Saskatchewan.


Advertising was the key to attracting immigrants to Saskatchewan and various methods were used. In this photo the curious onlookers are examining a working model of a grain elevator in the window of the Canadian Emigration Office

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R-A259
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Immigration


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Image Preview R-A259 Photograph 1 - A group of Londoners examine a window display advertising farms in Saskatchewan.
Image Preview R-1109: File 10 PDF Document 3 - The Prairie Lands of Canada, by Thomas Spence.
Image Preview R-1109: File 44 PDF Document 4 - Canada, the Granary of the World: A Collection of Cartoons
Image Preview G86.19 PDF Document 5 - Emigration to Canada: hints to intending emigrants
Image Preview G86.3 PDF Document 6 - Canada. Department of the Interior: “Prosperity follows settlement in Western Canada”
Image Preview Pamphlet PDF Document 7 - "A synopsis of information, including statistics, about homesteading in Saskatchewan."
Image Preview Pamphlet PDF Document 8 - Canada West front cover.
Image Preview Pamphlet PDF Document 9 - Canada West front cover 2.
Image Preview S-B7348 Photograph 10 - A land agent in Rosthern pointing to a poster promoting Western Canada.
Image Preview Pamphlet PDF Document 11 - The Grenfell Agricultural Society advertised for new settlers in their Exhibition prize list.
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