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Aboriginal Faces of Saskatchewan
Barr Colony Passenger List 1903
Battleford; St Joseph's Colony 1905 German-Russian immigrants
Bienfait; Genealogy and History Page of Bienfait
Biggar; Obituaries 2000
Buchanan; Homesteader Index 1906
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Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Saskatchewan worth a visit
Canadian Mennonite Board of Colonization (CMBoC) Data Extraction Project Between 1923 and 1930 almost 6,000 Mennonite households (20,201 individuals) pulled up their roots from the USSR and managed to emigrate to Canada
Cyndi's List - Saskatchewan largest private collection of genealogy links on the web
Dept of History, Univ of Saskatchewan
Genealogy Helplist Saskatchewan a list of volunteers willing to lookup specific information related to genealogy in their region
Kindersley GenWeb
Known and Suspected Zichydorfers in Saskatchewan: A - K and L-Z
Moosejaw GenWeb  online genealogy resources and reference information, maintained by volunteers.
Moosejaw Surname Interest List
MyTelus - Telephone Book, People Finder Online includes reverse lookup and blue pages
New Finland District GenWeb New Finland is a small rural district in south eastern Saskatchewan where Finns began homesteading in 1888 forming the first Finnish settlement on the Canadian Prairies
Nokomis Obituaries
Prince Albert GenWeb  online genealogy resources and reference information, maintained by volunteers.
St Joseph's Colony 1905-1930 In April, 1905 the first German Catholic immigrants left the USA and headed for Canada. After almost twenty days of travels and adventure they reached their destination which was approximately 3 miles north and 2 miles west of the present site of Leipzig
St Joseph's Colony: Veterans of St. Josephs' Colony
Saskatchewan Archives Board

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Scandinavian Canadian Land Co. Homesteader Name Index and homestead locations map in the area of Buchanan, Saskatchewan in the time of around 1906.
Saskatchewan Digital Archivescemeteries, newspapers, wills, military rosters etc recorded online
Saskatchewan Genealogy Links & Chat has many links to Saskatchewan genealogy sites
Saskatchewan Genweb Projectonline genealogy resources and reference information, maintained by volunteers.
Saskatchewan Genweb Project Resourcesonline B,D&Ms, newspaper extracts, cemetery and court records
Saskatchewan GenWeb Lookups Page (free lookups by volunteers)
Saskatchewan Homestead Index contains 360,000 references to those men and women who, from 1872 to 1930, under the terms of the Dominion Lands Act, took part in the homestead process in the area now known as Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan News Index 1884-2000 a searchable index of stories published in Saskatchewan newspapers
Saskatchewan Surname Archive courtesy Saskatchewan GenWeb
Saskatoon Obituary Index obituaries published in the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix from 1985 to the present
Saskatoon Newspaper Index A subject index (from 1987) covering numerous Saskatchewan news sources including the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, the Regina Leader Post, and the Western Producer
Saskatoon Public Library
The Hudson's Bay Company Archives
The Saskatchewan Homestead Index Project (SHIP) Settlers had to apply to the Provincial Land Titles Office  to file Homestead forms that they were British subjects by birth or naturalization
The Star Phoenix Online obits online
Turtle River; Original Homesteaders - Names
Ukrainians in 1920s Saskatchewan: "Prairie Faces" Historic photographs of families, farms and churches from the Wroxton and Calder area, east of Yorkton, by  Steve Huziak
University of Saskatchewan Archives
Western Land Grants (1870-1930) refer to grants issued in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the railway belt of British Columbia
Wilkie Newspaper Index Obituaries 1999-2002



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