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Robert Sinton, Pt. 2

History pages reprinted from the Dec. 1947 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Robert Sinton (conclusion) Z.M. Hamilton, Regina, Sask. ‘During the late winter of 1885, disturbing rumours began to spread about the country. The previous Fall, Louis Riel had come from his school house in Montana, to take the leadership of the Metis in the Saskatchewan country, in their agitation for what they considered their rights. Meetings […] Read more

Robert Sinton, Pt. 1

History pages reprinted from the Sept. 1947 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

Robert Sinton Z.M. Hamilton, Regina, Sask. ‘There is no figure better known to the stockmen of the wide Saskatchewan Country, or, indeed, to all sorts and conditions of people in the Prairie Region, than that of Robert Sinton. He came to Manitoba in 1878, and to the North-West Territories in 1882, when the first foundations […] Read more