Memoirs of Mrs Barbara E. Anderson

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Database ID24398
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionCopland, Hunter and Anderson family fonds.
File/Item ReferenceMG-271-2002-054
Date of creationn.d.
Physical description/extent8 pages
Number of images8
Scope and contentBarbara Anderson was an early settler at Saskatoon, and a child at the time of the Resistance. These memoirs include her memories of the Northwest Resistance and the period preceding it. Contains information on Metis scouts (Charlie Ross) surveilling the settlement, White Cap and the Dakota's friendship with the settlers at Saskatoon and reluctance to join the Metis, discussion by settlers of abandoning the settlement for Moose Jaw, the captive Riel's transfer at Saskatoon from the steamer Northcote to wagon, and the care of wounded soldiers in Saskatoon.
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Copyright holderUniversity of Saskatchewan
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Specific document typesDiaries
Provenance Access PointCopland, Hunter and Anderson family.
PlaceSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 6
Cultural regionPlains
NamesAnderson, Barbara
Riel, Louis, 1844-1885
Ross, Charles
SubjectEarly European Settlers
Northwest Resistance
Community Histories
Sioux - unspecified Dakota/Lakota/Nakota
Dakota (Sioux)
Saskatoon, SK
Date Range(s)1880-1889
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