British family settlement in Canada. Saskatchewan's standpoint as set out in four addresses delivered at the Saskatchewan immigration and settlement convention, held at Saskatoon on September 23rd and 24th, 1936

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Creator Saskatchewan Immigration and Settlement Convention Committee
Title British family settlement in Canada. Saskatchewan's standpoint as set out in four addresses delivered at the Saskatchewan immigration and settlement convention, held at Saskatoon on September 23rd and 24th, 1936
Published Saskatchewan Immigration and Settlement Convention Committee
Saskatchewan Immigration and Settlement Convention Committee, <em>British family settlement in Canada. Saskatchewan's standpoint as set out in four addresses delivered at the Saskatchewan immigration and settlement convention, held at Saskatoon on September 23rd and 24th, 1936</em>, Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Immigration and Settlement Convention Committee.
Identifier University.of.Alberta.Peel.P006126
Subject British--Canada
Congresses and conventions
Land settlement
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Britanniques--Canada
Congrès et conférences
Colonisation intérieure
Discours
Language English
Media Text
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description Contents: W.W. Swanson, "Colonization and the economic progress of Saskatchewan"; G.C. Neff, "Canada's population problem"; K.D. Little, "Selection of locations for settlement"; and Manley Champlin, "Some principles to be adhered to in family settlement."
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