Across the prairie in a motor caravan

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Creator Hasell, Frances Hatton Eva
J.F.S. [pseud.&]
Title Across the prairie in a motor caravan
Identifier P004593
Subject Explorers, Surveyors and Travellers--Description and Travel--General
The Spiritual Life--Church of England
Automobile touring
Automobile travel
Voyages en automobile
Religious education
Éducation religieuse
Saskatchewan--Description and travel
Women and religion
Femmes et religion
Notes print [3], 1 leaf, v-vii, 115 p., illus., map, ports.; 19 cm.
Language English
Media Text
Contributor University of Alberta
Description Also published, New York and Toronto: Macmillan Co., 1922. Most of the work of Hasell and Winifred Ticehurst was conducted in west-central Saskatchewan, Peace River, and B.C. in 1920. The journey from Winnipeg to Regina took six days by "Sunday School" van, which was loaded with books and tracts. For Hasell's other accounts of her journeys <i>see </i>Peel <xref>4833</xref>, <xref>5247</xref>, and <xref>5336</xref>.
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