History of Saskatchewan
History of Saskatchewan encompasses the study of past human events and activities of the province of Saskatchewan, the middle of Canada's three prairie provinces. Archaeological studies give some clue...
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Demographics of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is the middle province of Canada's three Prairie Provinces. Saskatchewan has an area of 651,900 km² (251,700 mi²) and a population of 1,117,503 (Saskatchewanians) as of January ...
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Bibliography of Saskatchewan history
The following is a bibliography of Saskatchewan history.
Bibliography of Saskatchewan history - Wikipedia
List of ghost towns in Saskatchewan
The following is a list of communities that no longer exist or former Villages/Towns that have become unincorporated hamlets in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.Ghost towns are towns that once had...
List of ghost towns in Saskatchewan - Wikipedia
North-West Rebellion
The District of Saskatchewan in 1885 (within the black diamonds) included the central section of Saskatchewan and extended into present-day Alberta and Manitoba. The Métis conflict area is circle...
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Provisional Government of Saskatchewan
The Provisional Government of Saskatchewan was the name given by Louis Riel to the independent state he declared during the Northwest Rebellion of 1885 in what is today the Canadian province of Saska...
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Battle of Cut Knife
The District of Saskatchewan in 1885 (within the black diamonds) included the central section of Saskatchewan and extended into Alberta and Manitoba.The Battle of Cut Knife, fought on May 2, 1885...
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Dominion Lands Act
In 1871, the Imperial Crown entered into Treaties 1 and 2 to obtain the consent of the indigenous nations from the territories set out respectively in each Treaty. The Treaties provided for the taking...
CPR Station (Saskatoon)
The Saskatoon Railway Station (Canadian Pacific) is a railway station in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada which was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1976. It has also been protected as...
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Belanger, Saskatchewan
Do not confuse this location with Bélanger, Saskatchewan, a community in northern Saskatchewan, a part of Division No. 18. Belanger is an unincorporated community in Maple Creek Rural Municipality No....
Stonyview, Saskatchewan
Stony View is an unincorporated area in the rural municipality of Insinger No. 275, in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Stony View is located 10 km north of Highway 746 & south of Highway 5 ...
Saskatchewan River fur trade
Saskatchewan River fur trade The Saskatchewan River was one of the two main axes of Canadian expansion west of Lake Winnipeg. The other and more important one was northwest to the Athabasca Country. F...
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The French Counts of St Hubert, Saskatchewan
The French Counts settled in St. Hubert, Saskatchewan which was located on Pipestone Creek, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) south west of Whitewood, Saskatchewan. The French Counts of St Hubert stayed in...
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Moose Jaw Court House
The historic Moose Jaw Court House building is located in downtown Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada. The building is 2 storeys; making use of steel construction, hydraulic pressed brick and Bedford Sto...
Buzzard Coulee meteorite
Buzzard Coulee is the collective name of the meteorites fallen on November 20, 2008 over Saskatchewan, Canada.
The fireball was first spotted at around 17:30 MST (00:30 UTC) (ISO 8601 format: 2008...
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Cypress Hills massacre
The Cypress Hills massacre was a mass murder that occurred on June 1, 1873, in the Cypress Hills region of Battle Creek, North-West Territories (now in Saskatchewan). It involved a group of American b...
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1980 Saskatoon Queen's Hotel fire
On May 31, 1980, there was a fire in the basement of the Queen's Hotel, 1st Avenue South, Saskatoon, Canada. For the first time in Saskatoon's history, two firefighters were killed while attempting to...
Saskatchewan Archaeological Society
The Saskatchewan Archaeological Society is a society of amateur and professional archaeologists who encourage the preservation of archaeological artifacts and sites, publish, educate and assist the pu...
Peterson, Saskatchewan
105°41′16.97″W / 52.1924556°N 105.6880472°W / 52.1924556; -105.6880472Location of Peterson in SaskatchewanPeterson is a hamlet located on Highway 5 in the rural municipality o...
Coleville School District No. 3645
Coleville School District No. 3645 was created to educate students in the area of Coleville, Saskatchewan. The school district operated from 1913 to March 6, 1946, when it became a part of the consol...
Fort Battleford
Fort Battleford was the sixth North-West Mounted Police fort to be established in the Northwest Territories of Canada, and played a central role in the events of the North-West Rebellion / Resistance ...
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Humboldt Post Office
The historic Humboldt Post Office building is located at the corner of Main Street and 6th Avenue in Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada. The building is 2 1/2 storeys with a 4 storey bell and clock tower....
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Fort Sturgeon
Fort Sturgeon (1776–1780) was the first trading post on the North Saskatchewan River. It was located about 4 miles west of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. It and was also called Peter Pond Fort, Fort Pon...