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Kate: A Story of a Pioneer Woman With Promising Dreams and Vanished Visions
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0.01 m of textual records (291 p.)
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Janet Grasdal donated this item to the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan in one accession in 2017: 2017-141 (October 18, 2017).
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Second printing of a novel written by Katherine Isabel Taylor based on the life of her grandmother, Katherine Douglas Gordon (Jolly) Garden (1879-1959), known fondly as Kate, who resided in the Wolseley, Saskatchewan district and worked at the Bell farm near Indian Head.
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