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Unity Saskatchewan

Town Of Unity

Located on Section 18, Township 40, Range 22, W3

Latitude- 52 26' 32'' N
Longitude- 109 9' 27'' W

Unity is a Town with a population of almost 2200.
Unity is located at the intersection of Highway 14 and Highway 21,
and the intersection of the CNR and CPR main rail lines.

Unity CP North Train Station, ca 1924

Railroad reached Unity in 1909

Bird's Eye View of Unity, ca 1924

Main St View, ca 1924

Houses in Unity, ca 1924

Unity Public School

School ca 1924

School Staff ca 1924

Pictures above contributed by C. Brace, Mar 2013
from Norman L. McLeod Photo collection.
Mr. Brace is a relative of Norman Leslie McLeod
b- 1892
d- 1949
MPP / MLA for Estevan Souris, and for Bromhead in the 30's and 40's.

Post Office History

Name of Office: Unity

Federal Electoral District: Kindersley (SK)

Office Opened - Apr 1, 1909

Postmaster Information:

Name of Postmaster Military
Date of
Date of
Cause of

Ira James Crittenden




Dismissal, Political Partisanship

James E. Allan





Jens Martin Jensen




Retirement, Death

Martin Omar Matheson





Charles Edward Ford





Charles Edward Ford





Frederick Clarence Morris





Lawrence Stanley Halstead





Lawrence Stanley Halstead





Mrs. Jean P. Frost




Temporary, Transferred

Joe William Lyons




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nor as having been made in affiliation with,
or with the endorsement of the National Archives of Canada.
The source of this material is the National Archives of Canada

First Postmaster-
Ira James Crittenden
b- Feb 1868 in ON
wife- Adeline Crittenden, nee ?
b- Mar 1873, in ON
son- Stanley Crittenden
b- July 1902, in ON
daughter- Hazel Crittenden
b- July 1904, in ON
daughter- Mary Crittenden
b- Feb 1911, in SK

Ira homesteaded NE 22-41-22, Feb 8, 1907

James E. Allan
b- Mar 1861 in ON
d- 1916
Baptist, Teacher in the Public School in 1911

Jens Martin Jensen
b- Apr 27, 1880

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