Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Canadian literature--20th century; Satire, Canadian;
Typescript copy (140 pages) of Sarah Binks that went to publisher. This book was first published in 1947, and it is based on some hundred poems supposedly written by Sarah Binks, "The Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan."
aboriginal war veterans - political influence World War II - native war veterans - Saskatchewan aboriginal peoples - social status aboriginal rights movement
It has been accepted in the historical discourse that a direct link existed between the participation of Aboriginal people in the Second World War and a new political consciousness of Aboriginal people in Canada generally, and Saskatchewan...
Corr. re recruitment and transport and with University men overseas and lists of men overseas and at the front. After the war, corr. re returnees and education and employment schemes developed to assist in repatriation.
The information for this book was gathered by
The Royal Canadian Legion, Rosetown Branch No. 66, Jim Lawson and The Rosetown Centennial Library Archive, Sharon Clark.
This book contains the names of the men and women who made the ultimate...
Written in a "worm's eyeview" that takes for granted that everyone knows about the daily routine and accomplishments of the army. The memoirs of a general - from preface; follows the war exploits of Howard Mitchell during WWII with the S.L.I.
The history of the 28th (Northwest) Battalion, C.E.F. : (October 1914-June 1919) from the memoirs of Brigadier General Alexander Ross ... the official war diary, the regimental part II orders [and] the official lists (Canadian Militia) 1907-1920