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  • Notable Saskatchewan women 1905-1980 (Free digitized book) : Published by Saskatchewan Labour, Women's Division, Regina, Saskatchewan, 1980.

  • As We Remember Alford (Saskatchewan, Canada) - Free online edition of this book published by the Alford Community Club in 1965.

  • The Asquith record (Saskatchewan) - Free images online of this book published by the Asquith and District Historical Society in 1982. Includes a section on family histories.

  • The Story of Saskatchewan and its People. Free online edition of this book by John Hawkes published in 1924. Volume 1 - Volume 2 - Volume 3.

  • Land of Hope (archived Web site), by Clara Hoffer and F. H. Kahan. The history of a Jewish settelment in Saskatchewan, Canada near the U.S. border. Published in 1959.

  • Between and beyond the benches : Ravenscrag. Online edition of this local history book published in 1982. Includes family histories.

  • Between the Touchwoods : a history of Punnichy and districts. Online edition of this local history book published in 1983. Includes family histories, anniversaries and memorials.

  • Big Manitou Country, 1905-1980. Biographies and local history covering the Lake Manitou, Marsden, and Neilburg regions of Saskatchewan. Published the by Big Manitou Lake Historical Association in 1981. Searchable online edition : Volume I - Volume II

  • Bladworth and district memories. Free online edition of this book published in 1978. Includes a 200 page family history section. Search or browse.

  • Bridging the centuries : Shackleton, Abbey, Lancer, Portreeve. History of these four villages in the Rural Municipality of Miry Creek No. 229 in Saskatchewan, Canada. Contains honour roll and several family histories: Volume 1 - Volume 2.

  • Wolseley & District, Saskatchewan, Canada : Bridging the past. These two local history books of contain multiple family histories : Volume 1 (1981) - Volume 2 (1998).

  • Bridging the years : era of Blaine Lake and district, 1790-1980. Free online edition of this book published by the Blaine Lake & District History Book Committee in 1984. Contains several family histories.

  • Bridging the years : Nipawin, Saskatchewan. Free online edition of this book published by the Nipawin Historical Society in 1988. Contains several family histories.

  • Brownlee reflections, 1908-1983. Free online edition of this book published in 1983. Includes family histories.

  • Cadillac : Prairie Heritage. Free online edition of this book published by the Cadillac and District History Book Association. Numerous biographies are include. See Family Index at the end of the volume.

  • Called to a Place : the story of Guernsey and surrounding school districts. Online edition of this book published in 1980. Over 60 biographical sketches are included in the chapter intitled 'Families who Made it Happen.'

  • Craik : friendliest place by a dam site. Free online edition of this book published in 1985 containing a 560 page family history section.

  • Claims to land in St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada (1885) : Detailed report upon all claims to land and right to participate in the North-West Half-Breed Grant by settlers along the South Saskatchewan and vicinity, west of Range 26, W. 2nd Meridian, being the settlements commonly known as St. Louis de Langevin, St. Laurent or Batoche, and Duck Lake.

  • Dance on the Bridge : A History of Abernethy and Area (Saskatchewan, Canada). Free online edition of this book by the Abernethy Heritage Association. Includes a 275 page family histories section.

  • Saint-Michel de Duck-Lake: épreuves et progrès d'une école indienne durant un demi-siècle, 1894-1944. A history of the Indian school of Duck Lake, Saskatchewan. The appendix lists the religious personnel of the school since its foundation, the first pupils of the school, and former students who enlisted in the Canadian Expeditionary Force.



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