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  1. Saskatchewan: A New History by Bill Waiser, 2005-05-24
  2. Power for a province: A history of Saskatchewan power (Canadian plains studies ; 5) by Clinton O White, 1976
  3. History of Saskatchewan and the Old North West (Classic Reprint) by Norman Fergus Black, 2010-04-01
  4. Bounty and Benevolence: A History of Saskatchewan Treaties (McGill-Queen's Native and Northern) by Arthur J. Ray, Jim R. Miller, et all 2002-05
  5. The Free People/ Li Gens Libres: A History of the Métis Community of Batoche, Saskatchewan by Diane P. Payment, 2009-02-01
  6. Dam the Drought Built: A History of the South Saskatchewan River Project (Trade Books based in Scholorship(TBS)) by MAX MACDONALD, 1999-06-05
  7. Community as classroom: A teacher's practical guide to oral history (Saskatchewan Archives reference series) by Krzysztof M Gebhard, 1985
  8. Indian boulder effigies (Saskatchewan Museum of Natural History. Popular series) by Thomas F Kehoe, 1976
  9. Riding to the Rescue: The Transformation of the RCMP in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1914-1939 (Canadian Social History Series) by Steve Hewitt, 2006-12-18
  10. The birds of the Saskatchewan River: Carlton to Cumberland, (Saskatchewan Natural History Society. Special publication) by Clarence Stuart Houston, 1959
  11. Crowns: A History of Public Enterprise in Saskatchewan by PAT REDIGER, 2004-04-05
  12. Building a province: A history of Saskatchewan in documents
  13. Saskatchewan,: The history of a Province; by James Frederick Church Wright, 1955
  14. Wings of mercy: A living history of Saskatchewan's Air Ambulance Service by Donald N Campbell, 1993

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"Les gens libres - Otipemisiwak", Batoche, Saskatchewan, 1870-1930
Diane Paulette Payment

Publisher: Ottawa : Dir. des lieux et des parcs historiques nationaux, Service des parcs, Environnement Canada
ISBN: 0660928353 DDC: 971.24200497 A history of education in Saskatchewan
A history of education in Saskatchewan: selected readings
edited by Brian Noonan Dianne Hallman Murray Scharf
Publisher: Regina : University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center ISBN: 0889771901 DDC: 370.97124 Edition: (pbk.) All silent, all damned All silent, all damned; the search for Isaac Barr Helen Evans Reid Publisher: Toronto, Ryerson Press ISBN: 0770002730 DDC: 971.242020924 LCC: F1074 Blowing in the wind Lois MacLeod Publisher: Sackville, N.B. : Lois MacLeod ISBN: 0973319739 LCC: F1074.5 Edition: (pbk. : alk. paper) Bounty and benevolence Bounty and benevolence: a history of Saskatchewan treaties Arthur J. Ray

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Historic architecture of Saskatchewan: stories of a Canadian frontier
Publisher: Regina : Focus Pub
ISBN: 0919781365 DDC: 971.24 Perspectives of Saskatchewan
editor, Jene M. Porter; editorial board, Cheryl Avery ... [et al.]
Publisher: Winnipeg : University of Manitoba Press
ISBN: 0887551831 DDC: 971.24 LCC: F1072 History of Saskatchewan and the old North West by Norman Fergus Black Publisher: Regina : North West Historical Co ISBN: 0665657544 DDC: 971.24
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  • 4. Saskatchewan History
    Saskatchewan History the first peoples . school web pages about Saskatchewan 's history - the first peoples. A brief history of SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

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    8. Saskatchewan History: Centennial Timeline, 1905-2005 (0969144504) By Saskatchewa
    Find the best deals on Saskatchewan History Centennial Timeline, 19052005 by Saskatchewan Archives Board, D'Arcy Hande, Leslee Newman (0969144504),_1905-2

    9. Saskatchewan History - The First Peoples
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    The First Peoples
    Some believe that the first people to live in Saskatchewan arrived about 30,000 to 40,000 years ago across the Bering land bridge that once connected Asia to Alaska.
    Saskatchewan's First Peoples had plenty of food. They hunted the bison, deer and antelope in southern Saskatchewan, moose, elk, caribou and deer in the forested areas of northern Saskatchewan. They also hunted geese and ducks and fished. Beaver, rabbits and ground squirrels were trapped. They gathered plants that grew wild (wild rice, turnips, onions) and berries (chokecherries, saskatoons, blueberries, raspberries).
    The people who lived in the central and southern regions hunted and followed the herds of animals. They hunted with spears and later with bows and arrows. Bison (buffalo) became one of the main sources of food for the Indian nations who lived on the Great Plains.
    The bison also provided them with clothing, shelter and tools. To catch the bison, the hunters would attack the animals at water holes, trap them in gullies or surround them. Bison were also stamped over cliffs.
    The main First Nations tribes living in Saskatchewan were the Blackfoot, Chipewyan, Sioux, Assiniboine, Gros Ventre, Sarcee, Cree, Saulteaux, Shoshoni, and Nez Perce. The Indian nations were grouped into language families

    10. RCMP Royal Canadian Mounted Police, "F" Division (Saskatchewan) History
    Beginnings. Saskatchewan is synonymous with the RCMP. All members of the RCMP train at the national Training Academy in Regina. It was in Western Canada that the need for a national
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      Saskatchewan is synonymous with the RCMP. All members of the RCMP train at the national Training Academy in Regina. It was in Western Canada that the need for a national police force first occurred. The Cypress Hills Massacre, in which a large number of innocent and defenseless Assiniboine died, sparked the federal government to action regarding policing of the West.
      March West Re-Enactment, 1999 On May 23, 1873 the Dominion Parliament passed an act to provide for the establishment of a "Mounted Police Force for the North-West Territories". A year later, the famous March West brought 300 original members of the NWMP to what is now Saskatchewan and Alberta. The Headquarters of the Force relocated several times from Fort Garry, Fort Dufferin, Swan River, Fort Macleod and Fort Walsh before finally settling on a more centralized location beside Wascana Creek, on the outskirts of Regina in 1882.

    11. Highland Curling Club
    Located in Regina, Saskatchewan. History, news, and event information.
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    The Highland Curling Club will be hosting their Annual Christmas Cash Spiel from December 26th-29th, 2010 with a competative and a recreational side. Click on Links below for more details. Recreational Christmas Cash Spiel Competative Christmas Cash Spiel For another year, curling at the Highland is off to an exciting start. On November 9th, 2010, the HCC was the site of another amazing 8-ender. It was accomplished this time by the Tait rink in the Daylighters league. Congratulations! From L to R: Moe Tait, Bruce Paynter, Dennis Barrie, Bill McNall CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FEE The Highland Curling Club has introduced an open curling league on Tuesday evenings. This league is open to men's, women's and mixed teams of all ages. For more information or to register visit

    12. Saskatchewan Archives Board | Saskatchewan History Magazine
    The Saskatchewan Archives is home to one of the most comprehensive archival collections in Canada.
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    See the past come to life on the pages of Saskatchewan History magazine! Saskatchewan History is an award-winning magazine dedicated to encouraging both readers and writers to explore the province's history. Published by the Saskatchewan Archives since 1948, the magazine has established itself as a pre-eminent source of information and narration about Saskatchewan's unique heritage. Every issue of Saskatchewan History Information about single issues or back issues is available upon request. Contact Us About Saskatchewan History View an entire issue of Saskatchewan History in PDF format. Are you interested in advertising in Saskatchewan History? View our advertising policy in PDF format. Interesting Articles Included in Saskatchewan History's Spring 2009 Issue (Volume 61, Number 1)
    "Dominion Lands" Policy, Drought and Saskatchewan's 'Better Farming' Commission, 1920.

    Carl Anderson An examination of the Canadian government's land policy which resulted in the opening to settlement of the Palliser Triangle, the hardship and need for relief because of drought conditions for settlers who took up land in that area, and the response by the Government of Saskatchewan in establishing the 'Better Farming' Commission in 1920. Indigenous Paradigms, Rankean Conventions and the Quest for Post-colonial Saskatchewan History. A Brief Review of Selected Local Indigenous Written Scholarship.

    13. Canoe Saskatchewan History
    Introduction Contrary to common present expectations, landlocked Saskatchewan with its North and South Saskatchewan Rivers was once the super-highway of canoe transportation
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    Introduction Presenting New Opportunities Economic, Political, and Social Effects Different Strokes for Different Folks ... Saskatchewan River History
    Contrary to common present expectations, land-locked Saskatchewan with its North and South Saskatchewan Rivers was once the super-highway of canoe transportation during the time of the fur trade. That's right! The fur trade! It was furs which brought exploration and commerce to Saskatchewan; furs and not farming. During the time of the fur trade (~1650's to 1850) water transportation was the primary form of travel and communication, and it was the canoe which provided the interface for blending the "old" and the "new" world; the established colonial settlement with the unknown wilderness. How did this happen and what role did Saskatchewan waterways have in western Canadian development? Any history is filled with strokes of genius, remarkable achievements, feats of courage, persistence and heroism; but as expected history is also full of surprise, risk, buffoonery and blunder. Canoeing history of Saskatchewan has not been short-changed in any of these respects. Obviously, the lay of the land - or in more scientific terms, the geographical features of this central region of the continent - played a crucial role in how exploration and transportation of goods took place. Although numerous native groups had hunted, trapped and travelled the continental waterways for thousands of years, it was the coming of foreigners initially by means of canoes which began a process which eventually altered life for everyone in the region.

    14. Diamonds In The Ruff
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. A history, the dogs, accomplishments, tournament results, classes and contact information.
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    Does your dog have LOTS of ENERGY ? Does your dog love to fetch a BALL
    If the answer is "Yes" , then click here to learn flyball or watch a practice! We will be running our K9 Sports Sampler class starting on October 16, 2010 followed by a Beginner's class starting on January 8, 2011!
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    Diamonds in the Ruff was in Regina for the Good2Go tournament on September 4th and 5th. Congratulations to the new titles! Kate and Suzzie earned FM!
    Rebecca and Holly had a perfect start! Diamonds in the Ruff Flyball Club is pleased to announce its 7th Annual Flyball Tournament, Sept 11 and 12, 2010. With teams attending from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the competition will be fierce! Come watch the excitement as dogs race head to head in a relay race on opposing teams of 4 dogs. The action will be loud, exciting and tons of FUN!
    Racing is from approximately 8 am to 4 pm (with a break for lunch) each day. Admission is free! The tournament is held at the Kinsmen Henk Ruys Soccer Centre, 219 Primrose Dr across from the Lawson Heights Mall
    About Us
    Diamonds in the Ruff (based in Saskatoon, SK) was founded September 2001. We are a fun group of people who come together to play a sport that we and our dogs love. The only pre-requisite is a good sense of humour!

    15. Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Saskatchewan i / s ə ˈ s k tʃ ɪ w ɑː n / is a prairie province in Canada, which has an area of 588,276 square kilometres (227,100 sq mi). Saskatchewan is bounded on the west by Alberta
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Saskatchewan (disambiguation) Saskatchewan
    Flag Coat of arms Motto Latin Multis e Gentibus Vires
    ("Strength from Many Peoples") Capital Regina Largest city Saskatoon ... Official languages English ( de facto Demonym Saskatchewanian, Saskatchewaner Government Lieutenant-Governor Gordon Barnhart Premier Brad Wall ... Saskatchewan Party Federal representation in Canadian Parliament House seats Senate seats Confederation September 1, 1905 (Split from NWT ) (8th province) Area Ranked 7th Total Land Water (%) Population Ranked 6th Total (2010) Density GDP Ranked 6th Total (2006) Per capita C$45,718 ( Abbreviations Postal SK ISO 3166-2 CA-SK Time zone UTC −6 (no daylight saving time Lloydminster and vicinity: UTC−7 and does observe DST Postal code prefix S Flower Western Red Lily Tree Paper Birch Bird Sharp-tailed Grouse Website Rankings include all provinces and territories Saskatchewan i s s k ... n is a prairie province in Canada Northwest Territories , on the east by Manitoba , and on the south by the American states of Montana and North Dakota As of July 2010, the population of Saskatchewan was estimated at 1,045,662.

    16. Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan - History
    History. One of the oldest settlements in Saskatchewan, Willow Bunch was first inhabited by three groups of Metis hunters from Manitoba (about 75 families in total), who wintered
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    One of the oldest settlements in Saskatchewan, Willow Bunch was first inhabited by three groups of Metis hunters from Manitoba (about 75 families in total), who wintered in the area in 1870. They were joined in the fall of that year by Jean-Louis Legare (a fur trader who soon became their confident) and an Oblate Missionary, Rev, Jean-Joseph Lestanc O.M.I. This site will give you a taste of the history of Willow Bunch since those earlier days. Use the menu on the left to explorer our history. Further details on the history of Willow Bunch can be found in various history books and the Willow Bunch museum 16 douard Beaupr Street, Willow Bunch, SK S0H 4K0 Web site designed and maintained by Allan Charles Mondor

    17. Friends Of The Petroglyphs Main Page
    For those interested in St. Victor Petroglyph Park, a Provincial Heritage Site in Southern Saskatchewan. History and photographs of the site, events, news.
    The Friends of the Petroglyphs
    Welcome to the mysteries of the St. Victor Petroglyph Park, a Provincial Heritage Site.
    Photo #1
    is a view of the new protective fence. Entrance to the petroglyphs via new road way.
    Photo #2
    shows the carvings. They are best viewed in the evening or early morning.
    Photo #3
    is Wild flowers found growing on the open plateau just east of St. Victor.
    Grab you cameras, pick up your paint boxes, bring along lunch and enjoy the fresh air, search out our mystery sites for a day or stay for a few days in the campground across the road.
    Brief Introduction Page 1 Geological and Historical Information Page 2 Surrounding Environment Page 3 Photo Gallery Images Events Book Outline Book Video Outline Video Educational/Interpretive Center Building Contact Information, Location, Donations Located Last Updated: July, 2010

    18. History Of Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Bocking, D. H., ed. Pages from the Past Essays on Saskatchewan History. Saskatoon Western Producer Prairie Books, 1979. 299 pp. Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan from U. of Regina
    History of Saskatchewan
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Map of Canada showing Rupert's Land boundaries of 1670. Map of Canada showing boundaries of the North West Territories which was divided into provisional districts 1870. The Provisional Districts of Alberta Assiniboia Athabasca , and Saskatchewan were districts of the Northwest Territories created in . They were named provisional districts to distinguish them from the District of Keewatin which had a more autonomous relationship from the NWT administration. Due to the vastness of the Northwest Territories , it was divided into more administrative districts. 1895 saw the formation of the District of Franklin District of Keewatin District of Ungava and the District of Mackenzie which were all part of the NWT . By this date, the Provisional District of Athabasca had extended as far west as the first meridian Map of Canada showing provincial and territorial boundaries set out April 1, 1999 History of Saskatchewan encompasses the study of past human events and activities of the province of Saskatchewan , the middle of Canada 's three prairie provinces Archaeological studies give some clues as to the history and lifestyles of the Palaeo-Indian

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    Saskatchewan History . Home. Historical Context. Saskatchewan's Political Greats . Medicare. KKK. United Church
    Saskatchewan History Home Historical Context Saskatchewan's Political Greats Medicare KKK United Church of Canada Ku Klux Klan Saskatchewan and the Ku Klux Klan In 1901, 98% of Canadians declared themselves as being either Protestant (56%) or Catholic (42%). However, with a high proportion of Catholics residing in Quebec, the ratio of Protestants to Catholics was much higher in the West. In 1921, about 20% of the population of Saskatchewan was Catholic. With the waves of new immigrants in the early part of the twentieth century, came a backlash among segments of the established population. The KKK promoted itself as a defender of the Protestant faith and exploited fears of change related to immigration. Although the KKK appeared in other parts of Canada, it had greatest impact in Saskatchewan which was experiencing the influx of new Canadians from Europe. The KKK had more members than any political party in Saskatchewan. KKK members included Baptists, Methodists, Anglicans, and members of the newly formed United Church. While Gardiner stood four square against the KKK and everything it stood for, many other notable pillars of the community, including clergy from various Protestant churches, supported the KKK. John Diefenbaker, a Baptist, speaking against religious symbols and the French language in schools, shared the platform with KKK organisers at rallies in Saskatchewan and Alberta. D.C. Grant, the campaign advisor for Tommy Douglas during his 1935 CCF-Socred Campaign, was a former KKK organiser.

    20. The Walrus Saskatchewan History The Wilcox Manuscripts Field Notes
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    By Mark Abley Field Notes From the December/January 2005 issue of The Walrus Share wilcox, saskatchewan Nuremberg Chronicle
    Thanks to Murray, Wilcox boasts not only an arena but also the manuscripts, the Nuremberg Chronicle
    Notre Dame has been hit hard by the decline of family farms and big Catholic families across the west; today the school survives largely as a training ground for athletes. Its top teams have nurtured nhl
    ccf rcmp considered jailing him for trying to incite a riot.
    He was, as Goodale said, unique. The scion of a rich Toronto family, a grandnephew by marriage of Sir John A. Macdonald, Murray was educated mostly in Quebec. Exposure to the collèges classiques gave him an abiding love for Greek and Latin classics as both the foundation and the pinnacle of our culture.
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