A paper apparently written by [Jennie] Moore, sister of Mrs. John Douglas, briefly describing pre-contact life and the arrival of European settlers in the Cut Knife, SK area. The paper focuses on Poundmaker and the Battle of Cut Knife Hill in March...
An article on the history of the Queen's Own Rifles, beginning in 1860 with the founding of the regiment. The regiment's involvement in conflicts of the 1800s, such as the Fenian raids, the Red River Resistance and the Northwest Resistance, is...
Folder of clippings relating to the 50th anniversary of the Northwest Resistance. All clippings from the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix except where noted. Clippings glued to paper: 1. Almighty Voice's Prison; 2. Poundmaker's Surrender Highlight of...
Gerald Willoughby's book describes his arrival from England to Saskatoon in 1883, and he was among Saskatoon's first citizens. His peaceful dealings with Louis Riel and various chiefs are detailed, particularly those with Chief Whitecap. Willoughby...
Early European Settlers
Indigenous Peoples General
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
A series of articles by Z.M. Hamilton published in such Saskatchewan newspapers as the Rouleau Enterprise, Pense Herald, Broadview Express, and Milestone Mail in early 1922. Includes information on buffalo hunting parties,the NWMP and early Prince...
Law Enforcement -- NWMP
News and Reporting -- Articles
A transcribed newspaper article from the Saskatchewan Herald of 11 May 1885. It describes the battle between Lt. Col. Otter's troops and those of Chief Poundmaker at Cut Knife Hill. Item found within folder 1 of file Rebellion, 1885.