Sources


BMD

Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates, or Vital Statistics, in Saskatchewan provide invaluable information to the family historian. Where are these records located?

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BOOKS

The Digitizing of books online is well established. Books are invaluable in tracing family history, and the history of the province.

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CEMETERY

Saskatchewan cemeteries number in the thousands, over 3,400! A number of genealogical, ethnic, and historical societies are actively engaged in digitizing and transcribing cemeteries across the vast province of Saskatchewan.

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Saskatchewan Cemetery Project

A listing of those cemeteries which have name transcriptions online at the Saskatchewan Cemetery Project.

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LAND

Land grants, metis scrip, soldier settlement grants, pre-emptions were land holdings in Saskatchewan.

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LIBRARY

Saskatchewan is fortunate to have a vast selection of libraries for public use, with most excellent resources at the provincial level, university, and regional.

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NEWSPAPER

Newspapers may have announcements about military service, marriages, obituaries, birth announcements, church or school events, sporting tournaments, and results, political or cultural happenings. Before 1920, it was not a common occurrence to utilize the newspaper for obituaries, marriages or birth announcements, that being said, these columns did exist historically

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PLACES

Resources for Saskatchewan Placenames names. Saskatchewan Places in 5 Easy Steps

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REGIONS

The regions of Saskatchewan Gen Web are provided in order to locate local fellow researchers on query boards and mailing lists.

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SASKATCHEWAN ONE ROOM SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Historical one room schoolhouses dotted Saskatchewan in the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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