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First building built in Yorkton

First building in Yorkton, the J.W. Thornton Building. The business men at the old town-site realized that the village had little future with a railway being built three miles to the south. J.W. Thornton was the first to move. He built this building on Livingstone street and Market street in late 1888 or early '89.

First Nation riding his pony

"The Indian, riding his pony, along with his teepee encampment, was the common sight that greeted the early explorer, trapper, missionary and later the early settler when they arrived on the prairies during the last century."

Grade 7 pupils - Old Victoria school

Grade 7 Pupils - 1904. Old Victoria school.

  1. James Large 2. 3. Leslie Komph. 4. William Smith 5. Fred Smith 6. Harold Duncan 7. Ernest Lamson 8. Victor Comernitzki 9. Mary Popoff 10. Pachal 11. Gertrude Meredith 12. Norma Chrysler 13. Mary Livingstone 14. Helen Pachal 15. Mary Winberg 16. Tom Benwell 17. Bob Christopherson 18. Dan Young 19. Gilbert Smith 20. Judson Carey 21. Mary Comernitski 22. Elva Switzer 23. Tena Winberg 24. 25. Tena Hansen 26. Lefie Hawes 27. Charlie McFarline 28. Harold Hopkins 29. Hackel Hilgen 30. John Comsrnitck 31. Carrie Meredith 32. Ellie Christopherson 33. Williams 34. Eoha Melvin 35. Gertrude Patrick 36. Teacher 37. Mr. Burke, Principal.
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