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Indian Head - Wolseley News Special Remembrance Day Edition 2005

The Annual Remembrance Day special edition of the Indian Head - Wolseley News for the year 2005 with 32 pages (in two sections of 16 pages each) of articles about men and women from the Indian Head area who served in the military, including WWI, WWII or other conflicts.

Indian Head - Wolseley News

Indian Head - Wolseley News Special Remembrance Day Edition 2006

The Annual Remembrance Day special edition of the Indian Head - Wolseley News for the year 2006 with 32 pages (in two sections of 16 pages each) of articles about men and women from the Indian Head area who served in the military, including WWI, WWII or other conflicts.

Indian Head - Wolseley News

Indian Head - Wolseley News Special Remembrance Day Edition 2007

Two copies of the Annual Remembrance Day special edition of the Indian Head - Wolseley News for the year 2007 with 32 pages (in two sections of 16 pages each) of articles about men and women from the Indian Head area who served in the military, including WWI, WWII or other conflicts.

Indian Head - Wolseley News

Indian Head Mohawks - Hockey Clippings

A folder with about 20 newspaper clippings concerning hockey - mostly the Indian Head Mohawks Tom Thumb team of 1968-1969 which almost won the Centennial Cup in a provincial championship tournament. In many articles, the name of Jamie Hilts, the team's goalie, is underlined.

Riel Rebellion - 1885 Stories of E.J. Brooks

A 28 cm X 36 cm coil-bound scrapbook with about 40 pages containing news articles glued on them. There is a series of articles from the Regina Daily Star of March and April, 1935 consisting of a "narrative that has been unearthed among privately owned archives and for the first time is being made available to the public." The newspaper does not identify the author of the articles. It is not clear if the last chapter (XXI) is the last one but its last section is entitled "To Be Hanged" so it may be. A number of articles by Zachary Hamilton examine various aspects and people of the conflict. Most of the remaining articles are about E.J. Brooks but the concluding one is about Harriett Gerry of Indian Head who nursed in a variety of First Nations throughout Canada (see IHM.2020.0322).

Various individuals

The Canadian Annual: Indian Head

Nine double-sided laminated pages. It has articles about local buildings and people and the back is full of advertisements for local businesses. Besides Indian Head and its businesses and institutions, the Canadian Annual contains articles about nearby towns (Sintaluta, Balcarres, Lebret)

The Canadian Annual