Families arriving after 1920

This group came to a booming area of Alberta. In 1919 and 1920 rumors abounded the Edmonton St Paul CN line would be extended to Saskatchewan and Elk Point would be the divisional point. Many speculated that a railroad line from Cold Lake to Vermilion would also be built. None came but each year until the Great Depression of 1929 optimism prevailed. New land was also available and land salesmen took many new groups out to look over land and move families moved in. Primarily it was farming, mostly with horses but also with the odd tractor heard of as well as threshing crews. The Roaring Twenties meant many good times and great optimism amid much work starting a new country from scratch.

 

Mike Andrishak
    S Andrishak
W Andrisak
AJ Bartling
Bauman
Berg
Bespalko
Boyko & Shankowski
Conrad
Davis
John Ference Sr
    John Ference Jr
    Steve Ference
    Bill Ference

Fitzsimmons
Flanders
Flannigans
Hegarty
Hellquist
Hnybida
Keck
Mah
McDonell
Millar
Frank & Andy Miller
Palynchuk
Peterson
Pilisko Potts
Rockwell
Ross
Roman
Ross
Ed Ross
Ruzycki
Ed Scott
Ernest and Grace Scott
Victor and Mary E. Scott
Nick Scraba
William Solden
John Sribney
Yaremkevich
Zenko