History of Saskatchewan


Southwest Stories: A Documentary On Southwest Saskatchewan
The full documentary, filmed over the course of 2014, throughout southwest Saskatchewan.

Twenty Years on the Saskatchewan, N.W. Canada
By the Rev. William Newton, Hon Canon of Saskatchewan (1897). This is a story of a Minister who is appointed to Saskatchewan and so includes information on how he travelled to the Province and then what he found there and what he got up to.
History of Saskatchewan and The Old North West
By Norman Fergus Black
Moose Mountain
A few pictures and info on this area.

Saskatoon's Castle on the River - Bessborough Hotel

The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan
By Ralph Connor
Business Directory of the District of Saskatchewan
Together with Brief Historical Sketches of Prince Albert, Battleford and the Other Settlements in the District. (1888)
Narative of the Canadian Red River Exploration Expedition of 1857 and of the Assimiboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Expedition of 1858 by Henry Youle Hind M.A., F.R.G.S. in 2 Volumes (1860)
Papers relating to the Exploration by Captain Palliser
Of that portion of British North America which lie between the Northern Branch of the River Saskatchewan and the Frontier of the United States; and between the Red River and the Rocky Mountains (1859). (pdf)
A collection of videos on Saskatchewan can be viewed here
Tourism also have a collection as well
Saskatchewan and the Rocky Mountains
A Diary and Narrative of Travel, Sport, and Adventure, during a journey through the Hudson's Bay Company's Territories, in 1859 and 1850 by The Earl of Southesk (1875) (pdf)


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