“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Arlington No. 79, Saskatchewan

Chimney Coulee Marker image, Touch for more information
By Rev. Ronald Irick, 7 20 2022
Chimney Coulee Marker
1 Saskatchewan, Arlington No. 79, Eastend — Chimney Coulee — Saskatchewan Historic Site —
The piles of stone and mud scattered along the valley are the remains of chimneys which stood for many years to mark the sites of Metis cabins, trading posts and a police post. From the middle decades of the nineteenth century Metis hunters and . . . Map (db m205165) HM
2 Saskatchewan, Arlington No. 79, Eastend — John Macoun — Saskatchewan Historic Site —
For more than 50 years John Macoun was one of the leading naturalists in Canada. In 1872 he was appointed botanist to the Sandford Fleming Expedition. He died in 1920 after 27 years as Assistant Director and Naturalist to the Geological Survey of . . . Map (db m205152) HM
3 Saskatchewan, Arlington No. 79, Eastend — Pine Cree Park
Pine Cree Park Originally Bakers Coulee named after its founder Everett Baker E. Baker was instrumental in forming the park which became part of the Saskatchewan Regional Park system in 1970.Map (db m205153) HM
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May. 18, 2024