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Timber Trails, the history of the Town of Big River and District, has been reproduced on this web site with the kind permission of the Members of the Big River Historical Committee.

Courtesy

Committee Members wish to express a sincere thank you to all who have contributed or assisted in any way in compiling this history.

Special thanks is extended to the following:

The Saskatchewan Archives Board in Saskatoon and Regina.

The Upgrading Class of 1978 for the use of,
"The True Gateway To The North".


The Saskatchewan Timber Board in Prince Albert.

Mr. Frank Mitchie, Mrs. Myrtle Telford, Mrs. Rhoda Johnston, Mrs. Margaret
Swanson, Mr. Nels Edson, Mr. Miles Isbister, Mr. and Mrs. Leverton.


The Young Canada Works Program and the three students
who worked on the history book this summer:

Lorna Michel, Cindy Kennedy, Harvey Anderson.


The proof readers were: Mrs. Janice Wood, Lee Cooper, Rev. Jamie Scott.

Committee members of the history book are:

Mary Michel (Editor), Dorothy McTaggart,
Barbara Bradley, Aileen Daley,
Tom Michel, Mabel Hodgson,
Therese Kazmiruk, Mary "Bill" Pankoski,
Betty Lamothe, Ethel Kennedy,
Barbara Warriner, Kathy Panter, Sylvia Martin.


All Rights Reserved
This book may not be printed in whole or in part without the
permission of Big River History Book Committee,
Big River, Saskatchewan.

Printed by
Turner - Warwick Printers Ltd.
North Battleford, Saskatchewan - 1979

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