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Spirit River Settlement Historical Society fonds
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Alexander - Block

The file consists of original writings and/or edited copies for Chapter 6 of the book Chepi Sepe, recording family histories identified by the following surnames: Alexander, Alfred, Anderson, Andruchiw, Arndt, Atkinson, Baber, Babuik, Badiuk, Baisley, Banting, Barber, Bedson, Bell, Bennie, Bernard, Bilawchuk, Bjornson, Blackies and Browns, Block.

Bodeker - Clarke

The file consists of original writings and/or edited copies for Chapter 6 of the book Chepi Sepe, recording family histories identified by the following surnames: Bodeker, Boomgaarden, Bott, Boyd, Boyko, Brehmer, Bremner, Brinkman, Brock, Broderick, Broddy, Brooks, Brown, Brownlee, Bryan, Buck, Burk, Burton, Cabana, Campbell, Campsall, Carder, Caryk, Cassie, Chabot, Chahley, Chandler, Christianson, Ciastko, Clarke.

Chapter 2 - "By Different Routes"

The sub-series consists of original writings or edited copies of Chapter 2, "By Different Routes" for the history book Chepi Sepe, which includes includes writings about people who came into the country via the trails and stopping places and also includes copies of portions of Hugh McIntyre's diary of 1912.

Chapter 4 - "Changing Courses" Part 1

The sub-series consists of original writings or edited copies of Chapter 4, "Changing Courses" Part 1, for the history book Chepi Sepe. Records relate to histories of municipal governments including the town of Spirit River, early businesses and services and the fire of 1943.

Chapter 5 - "Ripples Widen" Part 1 Clubs and Organizations

The sub-series consists of original writings or edited copies of Chapter 4, "Changing Courses" Part 4, for the history book Chepi Sepe. Records relate to social groups, and histories of cultural clubs and organizations including 4-H clubs, Brownies and Guides, the Rebekah and Oddfellow Lodges, Knights of Columbus, Cadets, drama club, Women's Institute, Catholic Women's League, Gung Hi and Cuisine Club, Senior Citizens' Happy Hour Club, Kinettes and Kinsmen, Happy Valley Commmunity Club, Woking Whirlers, Judy Brown's School of Dance, Central Peace Folk Dance Club, Tops, Royal Canadian Legion & Ladies Auxiliary to the Legion, Spirit River Agricultural Society, Spirit River and District Band, Spirit River Municipal Library, Spirit River Masonic Lodge, and Order of the Eastern Star.

Chapter 5 - "Ripples Widen" Part 2 Sports Stories

The sub-series consists of original writings or edited copies of Chapter 5 "Ripples Widen" Part 2, for the history book Chepi Sepe. Records relate to histories of sports groups including baseball, curling, ladies golf, hockey (Spirit River Rangers), sky diving and flying clubs, Also included is a history of the development of Moonshine Lake as a recreational area.

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