The Story of Saskatchewan School No. 99

The Story of Saskatchewan School No. 99

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The Story of Saskatchewan School No. 99 is a unique portrayal of early education and the lives of settlers along the South Saskatchewan River. By weaving his own personal recollections with facts, anecdotes, and stories from interviews and other historical sources, author Bob Wahl has created a history book that will appeal to both historians and the general public. Outstanding photos and copies of historic documents help complete the story of a school established in 1887 and the settlers of Clark's Crossing - many of whom were Old Colony Mennonites. Although a local history, this book will appeal to any Canadian interested in a portrait of the hardships, conflicts, and tragedies, as well as the successes and accomplishments of our country's early pioneers.His suggestion is that the enforcement of the School Attendance Act be taken over by the RCMP. ... cannot speak from personal experience a€œas I have not been in personal touch with the parents of Saskatchewan S.D.a€ Perhaps that was not his ... In a further letter dated January 12, 1933, the issue is taken up by the Inspector J.H. Gallaway. ... (Many pupils in my time did not have underwear in summer) He also presents a table of enrollment for 1931 and 1932, showing an increase of 4anbsp;...

Title:The Story of Saskatchewan School No. 99
Author: Bob Wahl
Publisher:FriesenPress - 2014-10-17

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