There are two new additions, the history, teacher and pupil listing web page
along with the resident map
This latest information was part of a Lewis lake scrap book donated by Helen Sandsbraaten to the Naicam Museum
This information was compiled and submitted by Helen Sandsbraaten in 1980 at the time the Naicam history book was published.
Due to space not all of the write up or student lists made it into the history book. Gleanings along the way : a history of Naicam, Lac Vert and surrounding districts Bridging the years : Nipawin, Saskatchewan
Thank You to Helen for sharing this information with us.
The Lewis Lake emblem, school stamp, and seal are in the repository of the Naicam Museum
. The Naicam Museum curator Sandra LeBarre
, has kindly consented to allowing the images to be posted digitally on the Saskatchewan One Room Schoolhouse Project which is greatly appreciated. The Naicam Museum
is making its debut online revealing the characteristics of the museum in Naicam, in order to complement, enhance, and augment the archival collections and traditional displays.
Photographs of Lewis Lake #3400 taken and submitted by Gordon Neish
Maps are courtesy of the Online Historical Map Digitization Project
and the Archives of Saskatchewan
Nearby Placenames and their legal land locations:
Naicam Sec.2, Twp.40, R.18, W2
Longfield Sec.1, Twp.40, R.19, W2 Previously Glen Kelly
Lac Vert located at both NW 1/4 Sec.2, Twp.41, R.18, W2
and at Sec.34, Twp.40, R.18, W2 77School district maps
Prince Albert South