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Single sheet pamphlet, District of Saskatchewan/Canada. Dept. of the Interior, 1902-1903.
Canada's message about the virtues of the Prairie West was also carried to potential homesteaders in Europe and the United States through attractive pamphlets. By 1900, pamphlet circulation had reached a phenomenal one million items, some of which were printed in as many as 12 languages. The pamphlets promised productive soil, adequate rainfall, a good growing season, bountiful crops and a healthy climate.

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