Mamie's children three generations of prairie women
—Schultz, Judy.
Restricted DAISY Zip (CELA)
2002

Mamie Elizabeth lived an ordinary existence by late nineteenth and early twentieth century Saskatchewan standards, until her family was wiped out by the Great Depression. Yet, day by day, she managed to put together a rich, full existence that was anything but ordinary. She saw the western frontier as an endless possibility, and her days were filled with unusual characters playing out their own dramas in the Canadian West.

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Subjects:
0190 CANADIAN AUTHORS = AUTEURS CANADIENS
40000 Biography Biographies
40700 -- Family biography -- Familles (biographies)
4400 BIOGRAPHY I = BIOGRAPHIE I
4430 Family biography, also nostalgic nonfiction = Biographie familiale, aussi nostalgique
4440 Historical biography = Biographie historique
53900 Canadian authors (Non-Fiction) Auteurs canadiens (documentaires)
5740 Frontier and pioneer life = Colonisation
9850 CANADIAN CONTENT NON-FICTION = CONTENU CANADIEN (DOCUMENTAIRE)
Frontier and pioneer life -- Saskatchewan.
Goden, Pearl, 1918-1990.
Harris, Mamie Elizabeth, 1877-1961.
Pionnières -- Saskatchewan -- Biographies.
Schultz, Judy.
Vie des pionniers -- Saskatchewan.
Women pioneers -- Saskatchewan -- Biography.
Other Authors:
Centre for Equitable Library Access (Canada)
ISBN:
0889951675
0616088272
Edition:
Computer data (1 file : 107 MB).
Description:
(7 hrs., 45 min.) : sound.
digital Digital recording
Notes:
Digital to DAISY.
Includes bibliographical references.
Restricted to use by people with documented print impairment.
Diane Davis.
Audio and text
Red Deer, Alta. : Red Deer College Press, c1997.
Recording standard: DAISY 2 standard.
MP3 compression.
Compression rate: 128.
Studio original.
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