Saskatchewan Homestead

Saskatchewan Homestead

Book Two, 1924-1931

Book - 2006
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John and Florence Mullen moved out to Saskatchewan from Nova Scotia to start homesteading. There are many stories, both poignant and funny, of the new type of life that they were to live. In 1921, they had a daughter Helen. They built their first house and started clearing land so they could plant crops. This is the story of a homesteading family who, together with their friends and neighbours, toiled through hot and cold weather, happy and sad times, to build a country strong and true. The work was hard, but they could see a farm someday in the future.
Publisher: Victoria, B.C. : Trafford, c2006
ISBN: 9781412088657
Branch Call Number: FIC MUL v.2
Characteristics: 105 p. : ill. ; 22 cm


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