Contact the SGS Library, Local Public Library, or the appropriate regionalSaskatchewan School or School Division (R.C.S.S.D and Public) library to see if they have copies of past editions of school yearbooks. Use the ages to approximate date of school enrollment, and also pay attention to familial oral history to see if they would also be mentioned in club or team photos in the yearbook. The yearbook may also indicate a choice of college or future plans. Both the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina have archival records which include: private papers of faculty, staff,students, alumni, and University-related organizations and societies. Early school missions approximately of the time frame before Saskatchewan became a province in 1905.
Henderson's directories are listings of businesses and also households, listing family members over the age of 18, their residence and occupation during the year the directory was published. There were Henderson's Directories starting in 1885. 1908-circa 2000 Henderson's Directories (Polk Directories) ONLINE. Many of these are located at Libraries and archives. Try to match up information with oral history of familial occupations, interests. If you live out of area you can contact the SGS or find sks (some kind soul) on a Mailing List or Look up Volunteer, who can help you with this search if you live out of the area.
Saskatchewan Provincial Records, 1879-1987 Images from Saskatchewan Archives such as homesteads, voter lists, pioneer questionnaires, biographies, military and municipal records, teacher registries, township registers, and Henderson Directories. Family History Centre Resources.Changes of Name The Saskatchewan Gazette 1917-1950
| mysask.com - Your link to Saskatchewan
|Available Editions in PDF Canadian Directories Collection Regina Directory for 1885 Library and Archives Canada Canadian Directories Online (Searchable)
Canadian Directories, 1790-1987. Who was where? Library and Archives Canada.
Canadian Genealogy Center
Cyndi's list - Saskatchewan
Cyndi's List - City Directories
Documentum ECIS. Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) partnered with Library and Archives Canada (LAC) to provide a a "Federated Search Engine" Supported by the Council of Provincial and Territorial Archivists (CPTA) of Canada, the federated search engine provides a database search of many different sources in one place, such as homestead records, 95 separate directories, marriage and divorce records, military records, &c.
Family Search Historical Record Collections.
Genealogy Resources on the Internet
Images of Prairie Towns Historical images of Western Canadian towns mainly from the postcard collection of Don Kaye
Peel 1530: Regina Leader, Regina directory for 1885 (1885)
Saskatchewan Genealogy Society
Saskatchewan Provincial Guide
Saskatchewan Resources - Posting Boards
Saskatoon Public Ligrary - Saskatchewan Genealogy and history
Virtual Reference Library --Canadian Genealogical Search Engine
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