Muddling Through: The Remarkable Story Of The Barr Colonists



When Two Thousand British Bank Clerks, Butchers, Housewives, Saleswomen, Remittance Men And Ex Boer War Soldiers Followed The Charismatic But Inept Anglican Minister, Isaac Barr, To The Canadian Prairies In 1903 Their Rallying Cry Was Canada For The British Despite The Canadian Government S Expectations And Barr S Assurances, However, Very Few Of The Colonists Knew Anything About Farming As The Granddaughter Of Barr Colonists, Lynne Bowen Grew Up On Stories Of What It Was Like To Be Young And Green In The Huge, Raw Canadian West These Are Those Stories.Muddling Through: The Remarkable Story Of The Barr Colonists

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  • ebook
  • 256 pages
  • Muddling Through: The Remarkable Story Of The Barr Colonists
  • Lynne Bowen
  • English
  • 11 March 2017
  • 9781926706009

11 thoughts on “Muddling Through: The Remarkable Story Of The Barr Colonists

  1. says:

    Muddling through is an apt title for this book How so many British people wanting to homestead and doing so little research into what they were coming to is beyond interesting Even today, looking after livestock in a cold Prairie winter is not easy never mind the early part of the last Century However the Brits did not build...

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