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04-Jun-2020 19:38

Elrose residents Charlotte Williams and her father Murray Mayes stand together outside Williams’ home after sharing stories of their family history, a history in Saskatchewan that stretches back to 1910.The Mayes family is well known as part of a group of early black settlers called the Shiloh People.I think down there, there are still racial problems where you are limited in what you can do.” Members of Williams’ family living in Canada are often asked where they are from, so they tell people the family immigrated to the country along with several immigrants from other countries.The history of black settlers in Saskatchewan is not as well known as other settlers, so it is nice to share the history, she said.Murray, who was born in Maidstone, eventually moved to North Battleford with his wife Marie where they raised their seven children.

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Joseph and Mattie became part of a group of people in Eldon known as the Shiloh People.

She said she and Murray drove to the city to watch Crystal speak and it was an excellent turnout with standing room only.