Churches of South Central Saskatchewan

Creator(s): Assiniboia and District Historical Museum

Before the arrival of Europeans, members of First Nations tribes had already defined it as a sacred place. After the first Metis from the Red River region of Manitoba arrived in the area around 1867, it was a matter of time before churches would dot the skyline. This exhibit covers the spiritual history of an 80-kilometre area around Assiniboia, Saskatchewan.

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