Welcome, genealogists, historians, and history enthusiasts, to the newly established home of the Battleford and area Gen Web Project! Our passionate volunteers are eager to continue their commitment to documenting the captivating genealogy, history, family narratives, and community heritage of Saskatchewan. You can now find us at our fresh domain: https://saskgenweb.ca/skbattle/Battleford.
This endeavor is made possible with the support of our growing Patreon community at https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb. With a new domain and hosting provider, we are dedicated to providing an enduring service with updates and progress. Your support is pivotal in ensuring that we persist year after year. Explore the evolving webpages at https://saskgenweb.ca/skbattle/Battleford and witness the next chapter of the Battleford and area Gen Web Project in Saskatchewan at https://saskgenweb.ca/cansk/.
We extend an invitation to visitors to consider supporting our volunteers through Patreon. Our gratitude goes to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com for their past provision of free web hosting space. As we transition to maintaining paid web hosting, we ask for your support in sustaining the Battleford and area Gen Web Project.
Step into a new era with us, where your backing, in any form, is a precious contribution to the shared history that binds us all. An appeal is made to preserve invaluable documents like old telephone books, Henderson's directories, city directories, pioneer photos, letters, books, town directories, co-op membership books, credit union and elevator books, grain company records, church books, cattle brand books, school records, church lists, homestead maps, and more. These documents list names of community residents and should be preserved. Placing them online or duplicating them will help prevent the loss of primary source documents for family genealogists.
As we delve into preserving and commemorating the vibrant history of Battleford and its environs, your participation is crucial. Whether you hold memories of historical maps, one-room schoolhouses, cemetery headstones, transcriptions, yearbooks, directories, or historical letters, your input significantly enhances understanding for fellow seekers exploring their family tree and histories. Join us on this exciting journey!
The Battleford and Area Gen Web Project Volunteer Team
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