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So you think you have it rough?. A walk through Saskatchewan’s History. Following the South Saskatchewan River surveyor’s camp at Elbow – 1871 I knew some surveyors that looked that rough. Regina west 1884 I wonder where Riel is hanging out?.

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So you think you have it rough?

A walk through Saskatchewan’s History


Following the South Saskatchewan River surveyor’s camp at Elbow – 1871I knew some surveyors that looked that rough


Regina west 1884I wonder where Riel is hanging out?


Regina - Scarth Street 1900I wonder if it’s one way?


Steam boat at Prince Albert 1900Looks like an insurance salesman conference.


Doukhobor women pulling a plough – 1900Who said women didn’t have jobs?


Saskatoon Ferry – 1904before the city of bridges


Town of North Battleford – 1905No problems with drinking water here?????????


Sod Homestead – 1905Why do they look so happy?


Delivery wagon at Prince Albert – 1905Hey that’s Delbert from Prince Albert.


Prince Albert pioneer steamer – 1905The first highway workers


Downtown Saskatoon – 1906Where’s John Gormley? These economic conditions are deplorable.


Handford schoolhouse – 1907Where’s the gym and playground equipment?


Inside a homestead – 1907home sweet home


Building the new traffic bridge in Saskatoon some time between 1906 and 1908“The city of bridge”


Wreck of the SS Medicine Hat at Saskatoon – 1908Testing the new traffic bridge


Prince Albert sometime between 1904 and 1912What no bridge yet, where the hell is Gormley?


Regina cyclone (Lorne Ave.) – 1912Bad wind day


Regina Cyclone – 1912Wonder what kind of emergency relief they got?


Building the saskatoon university bridge – 1916I bet that guy on the plank is the OHS rep.


Saskatoon snowstorm of 1927Can you say potential heart attack boys and girls?


Digging out the Sutherland Streetcar, Saskatoon - 1927


Saskatoon 2nd Ave. – 1930Sure glad they got rid of the street cars, didn’t need cheap transportation anyway.


Saskatoon 21st Street- 1930Ahh the Capone years.


Drought near Cadillac – 1931Must be an insurance salesman, lawyer or banker


Drought at Cadillac, Tractor and Thrasher – 1934Sucked to be a farmer thenNote: this is taken three years later


Star City Harris Lumber – 1943So how did they load those logs?


Victoria Plains Rail Line – 1947They should see our winters


Happy 100th BirthdaySaskatchewan

You’ve come a long way baby!


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