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R-A7556
Item Date
1908


A farmwoman and her children by their sod shack near Redvers.


"A life of hard work was probably an understatement for most farmwomen during the homestead years. Not only did they have to feed, cloth, and shelter their family, but they also had to work on the farm at a variety of tasks. "

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R-A7556
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Sod Houses; Redvers; Families


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Image Preview R-A7556 Photograph 01 - A farmwoman and her children by their sod shack near Redvers.
Image Preview 1744667 PDF Document 02 - Homestead file for SW-17-33-5-W3
Image Preview 2178290 PDF Document 03 - Homestead file for NE-10-3-16-W3
Image Preview R-B291 Photograph 04 - Women helping with the harvest near North Battleford.
Image Preview R-D773-1 Photograph 05 - Stacking hay with the men.
Image Preview R-A27845 Photograph 06 - Working as a cook for the threshing gangs.
Image Preview S-B9660 Photograph 07 - "Doukhobor women and children working in the fields, beating flax."
Image Preview S-B9708 Photograph 08 - Doukhobor women and children building a road in their village.
Image Preview S-B9659 Photograph 09 - Thatching a roof in the village.
Image Preview R-A32661 Photograph 10 - Raising a family in pioneer conditions was not easy.
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