Our sources: Further reading

Books

Abrams, Gary. Prince Albert: The First Century 1866-1966. Saskatoon: Modern Press, 1966.

Ahenakew, Edward. Voices of the Plains Cree. Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina, 1995. Edited by Ruth Matheson Buck.

Anderson, Frank W. Outlaws of Saskatchewan: Strange Tales of Crimes and Criminals from Our Storied Past. Saskatoon:Gopher Books, [1999?]

Anderson, Frank W. Hanging in Canada: A Concise History of a Controversial Topic, Heritage House Publishing, 1973.

Anderson Frank W. Saskatchewan Provincial Police. Saskatoon:Frontier Book # 28, 1972.

Archer, John H. Saskatchewan: A History. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1980.

John Archer and A.M. Derby [ill.] The Story of a Province: A Junior History of Saskatchewan. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1955.

Archibald-Barber, Jessie-Rae, ed. kisiskaciwan: Indigenous Voices from Where the River Flows Swiftly. Regina: University of Regina Press, © 2018.

Atlas of Saskatchewan. Editor and director, J. Howard Richards, cartographic ed. K.I. FungSaskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1969.

Barris, Ted. The Great Escape: A Canadian Story. Toronto: Thomas Allen Publishers, 2013.

Barry, Bill. People Places: A Dictionary of Saskatchewan Place Names. Regina: People Places Publishing,1998.

Barry, Bill, People Places: Saskatchewan and Its Names. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina, 1997.

Barry, William, Doug Chisholm and Beth Parsons. Age Shall Not Weary Them: Saskatchewan Remembers its War Dead. [Saskatoon?]: People Places, 2005.

Bear, Glecia, Two Little Girls Lost in the Bush. Calgary: Fifth House, 1988.

Bear, Glecia et al. Our Grandmothers’ Lives Told in Their Own Words, told by Glecia Bear and others. Ahenakew, Freda and H.C. Wolfart, eds.  Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1988.

Beck, Thomas. Pioneers of Cannington Manor (1882-1984). Wawota: Thomas Beck, 1984.

Between and Beyond the Benches: Ravenscrag, ed. by Ann Saville. Ravenscrag: RHBC, 1981.

Binnie-Clark, Georgina. Wheat and Woman. University of Toronto Press, 2007. First publ. by Bell and Cockburn (Toronto), 1914. 2007 ed. includes introductions by Sarah Carter and Susan Jackel.

Birch, Alan and Martin Cole. Captive Christmas: The Battle of Hong Kong, December 1941.

Blanchard, Jim, ed. A Thousand Miles of Prairie: the Manitoba Historical Society and the History of Western Canada. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Braithwaite, Max, The Western Plains. Toronto: Natural Science of Canada Ltd., 1970

Breen, David. The Canadian Prairie West and the Ranching Frontier 1874-1924. University of Toronto Press, 1983.

Brenna, Dwayne. Our Kind of Work: The Glory Days and Difficult Times of 25th Street Theatre. Thistledown Press, 2001.

Brennan, J. William. Regina: An Illustrated History.  [History of Canadian Cities series]. Toronto: James Lorimer and Company, and Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1989.

Bridging the Past: Wolseley & District., 1889-1980. Wolseley & District History Book Committee. 1981.

Bridging the Years: Nipawin, Saskatchewan. 1988.

Broadfoot, Barry, Ten Lost Years, 1929-1939. Markham, Ont.: Paperjacks, 1973.

Braithwaite, Max. The Western Plains Toronto: Natural History of Canada, 1970.

Buck, Ruth Matheson, The Doctor Ride Side-saddle. McClelland & Stewart, © 1974.

Calder, Bob and Gerry Andrews, Rider Pride, Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1984.

Callwood, June, Emma. Toronto: Stoddart,1984.

Cameron, William Bleasdell. Blood Red the Sun. Edmonton: Hurtig, 1977.

Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins. The Nor’Westers. Fifth House, © 2002. University of Regina/CPRC, 2009.

The Canadian Encyclopedia. Toronto:McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1999.

The Canadian Encyclopedia, vols. 1, 2,3. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1985.

Carter, Sarah A. Imperial Plots: Women, Land and the Spadework of British Colonists on the Canadian Prairies. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2016.

Christensen, Jo-Anne, Ghost Stories of Saskatchewan #3.  Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2009.

Clemence, Verne. Saskatchewan’s Own: People Who Made a Difference. Calgary?: Fifth House, 2004.

Colombo, John, Great Canadian Quotations.

Dancocks, Daniel. In Enemy Hands: Canadian Prisoners of War, 1939-45. Hurtig Publishers, 1983.

Dederick, Paul and Bill Waiser. Looking Back: True Tales from Saskatchewan’s Past. Calgary: Fifth House, 2003.

Dempsey, Hugh. Big Bear: The End of Freedom. Regina: University of Regina Press and other publishers. 1982, 2006.

Destination SaskatchewanAttractions and Special Events Guide, spring, 2018.

Dictionary of Canadian Biography [online]

Diefenbaker, John George: I Never Say Anything Provocative: Witticisms, Anecdotes and Reflections by Canada’s Most Outspoken Politician, John G.

Diefenbaker.[Hamilton?]: Peter Martin Associates, © 1975. Selected and edited by Margaret Wente.

Documenting Canada: a History of Modern Canada in Documents, edited by Dave DeBrou & Bill Waiser. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1992.

Downs, Art, editor. The Law and the Lawless: Frontier Justice on the Canadian Prairies, 1896-1935. Victoria, Vancouver, CalgaryY: Heritage House, 2024.

Drake, Earl G. Regina: The Queen City. [Toronto?]: McClelland & Stewart, 1955.

The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina, 2005.

Ewen, Jean. China Nurse. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1981.

For Valour: Saskatchewan Victoria Cross Recipients. Regina: Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation,1995.

Friesen, Victor C. Where the River Runs. CalgaryFifth House, 2001.

From Sage to Timber: A History of the Fort Walsh, Cypress Hills (West Block), Merryflat and Battle Creek Areas. Maple Creek: Merry Battlers Ladies Club, 1989.

Gowan. Lee. The Last Cowboy. Vintage Canada edition, 2005.

Graber, Stan. The Last Roundup. Altona: D.W. Friesen & Sons (printer), 1995.

Gray, James, H., Booze, Toronto: MacMillan, 1972.

Gray, James H. Red Lights on the Prairies. Saskatoon: Fifth House, 1995. Originally published in 1971 by MacMillan of Canada.

Gray, James H. Men Against the Desert, Saskatoon: Modern Press, 1967.

Gray, James H., Red Lights on the Prairies, Calgary: Fifth House, 1995.

Gray, James H. The Winter Years. Toronto: MacMillan of Canada, 1966.

Great Canadian Adventures. Readers Digest, 1976.

Greenfield, Nathan N. The Damned: the Canadians at the Battle of Hong Kong and the POW Experience, 1941-45. HarperCollins Publishers, © 21976.010.

Greenfield, Nathan N. The Forgotten: Canadian POWS, Escapers and Evaders in Europe, 1939-45. HarperCollins Publishers © 2013

Gruending, Dennis. The Middle of Nowhere: Rediscovering Saskatchewan. Place:  Fifth House, 1999.

Ham, George. Reminiscences of a Raconteur between the 40s and the 20s. Toronto: Mission Books, 1921.

Harris, Larry and Brian Taylor, Escape to Honour: The Gripping Story of Hans Nutt, a Young German Who Escaped from the Nazis to Join the French Resistance and Work as a British Spy. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1984

Hehner, Barbara. The Desert Hawk: the True Story of J.F. (Stocky) Edwards, World War II Flying Ace. Toronto: HarperCollins, 2005.

Herriot, Trevor. River in a Dry Land: A Prairie Passage. Stoddart Publishing Co., 2001 (©2000 by author)

Hewlett, A.E.M. (Maisie). A Too Short Yesterday: Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: Western Producer, 1970.

Highway Transport Patrol Annual Review 1980/81, Regina: Saskatchewan Highway Traffic Board, 1981.

Historical Atlas of Canada ed. by D.G.G. Kerr. Toronto: Thomas Nelson & sons, 1959.

Houston, Stuart, Dr. Steps on the Road to Medicare. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002.

Howard, Joseph Kinsey. Strange Empire.  Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1994(first published 1952).

Hughes, Bob, Regina Rams: A Winning Tradition. Regina: Centax Books, 2003.

In Search of Farley Mowat, videocassette by Robert A. Duncan, directed by Andy Thomson. National Film Board, 1981,

Kerr, Donald and Stan Hanson. Saskatoon: The First Half Century. NeWest Press, 1982.


Karpan, Robin and Arlene, Larger than Life: Saskatchewan Roadside Monuments, Saskatoon?: Parkland Publishing, 2006.

Karpan, Robin and Arlene. Saskatchewan’s Best Scenic Drives. Parkland Publishing, 2018.

Kinistino: The Story of a Parkland Community in Central Saskatchewan, 1980.

Kisiskaciwan. Regina: University of Regina Press, 2018. Ed. by Jesse Ray Archibald-Barber.

LaDow, Beth. The Medicine Line:  Life and Death on a North American Borderland. Routledge, 2002.

Larsen, John and Maurice Libby, Moose Jaw: People, Places and History,Regina: Coteau Books, 2001.

The Literary History of Saskatchewan, ed. by David Carpenter, vols. 1 & 2. Regina: Coteau Books, 2014.

Lutz, Otto. A Mother Braving the Wilderness. [Muenster?]: St. Peter’s Colony Jubilee Steering Committee, 1977.

Lovick, L.D. ed. Tommy Douglas Speaks, Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1979.

MacEwan, Grant. Coyote and Other Humorous Tales of the Early West. Calgary: Rocky Mountain Books, 1993.

MacEwan, Grant. Fifty Mighty Men.Saskatoon: Modern Press, 1958

McCourt, Edward. Saskatchewan. MacMillan, 1969.

McLaren, Roy. Canadians Behind Enemy Lines. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1981.

McGowan, Don C. Grassland Settlers: The Swift Current Region during the Era of the Ranching Frontier. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1975.

McIntyre, Ben. Uranium City: The Last Boom Town. Mill bay, B.C.: Driftwood Pub., 1993.

Middleton, Frederick. Report on the Suppression of the Rebellion. 1885. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1948. [Not seen by authors]

Mitchell, Ken. “Davin: The Politician”, play in Rebels in Time: 3 Plays by Ken Mitchell. NeWest Press. ©1991.

Morris, Alexander, August 1876, from: The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-West Territories…. Toronto: Belfords Clarke & Co., 1880, reprinted in facsimile by Fifth House, © 1991.]

Morton, Desmond. Silent Battle: Canadian Prisoners of War in Germany 1914-1919. Lester Publishing Ltd., ©1992 (author).

Mowat, Farley. Born Naked. Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1993.

Mowat, Farley. The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be. Boston: Little, 1957; McClelland & Stewart, 2009, © 1957.

Mowat, Farley. Owls in the Family. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, Scholastic Canada, 1980, ©1970, © 1961.

Morton, Jennie. Safe at Home: A History of Softball in Saskatchewan. Regina: Softball Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, 1997.

Millar, Ruth W. Saskatchewan Heroes & Rogues. Regina: Coteau Books,2004.

Paschall, Suzanne. Birth of a Boom. Saskatoon: Prairie Policy Centre, 2009.

Paul, Gregory S. Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs, 2nd ed.

Peel, Bruce. Steamboats on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1972.

Paul, Gregory S. The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2010

Peel, Bruce. Steamboats on the Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: Western Producer. Prairie Books, 1972.

Poplar Poles and Wagon Trails. Willow Bunch. Willow Bunch Historical Society.

Poitier, Thelma, editor. 

Ralph, Wayne. Aces, Warriors & Wingmen: Firsthand Accounts of Canada’s Fighter Pilots in the Second World War. Mississauga: John Wiley & Sons, Canada, 2005.

Range Riders and “Sod Busters.” [Eastend]: Eastend History Book Committee, 1984.

Riddell, William A. Regina from Pile o’ Bones to Queen City of the Plains: An Illustrated History. [Regina?]: Windsor Publications (Canada) ltd. 

Rollings-Magnusson, Sandra. The Homesteaders: From Confederation to the Great War. Regina: University of Regina 2006.

Russell, E. T., What’s in a Name: The Story Behind Saskatchewan Place Names. Calgary: Fifth House, 1997.

Saskatchewan Baseball Historical Review, 1984, edited by Dave Shury.

Savage, Candace. A Geography of Blood: Unearthing Memory from a Prairie Landscape. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 2002.

Reminiscences of a BungleBy One of the Bunglers, and Two Other Northwest Rebellion Diaries. Ed. by R. C Macleod. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press,1983.

Riddell, William A. Regina: From Pile O’ Bones to Queen City of the Plains: An Illustrated History. [Regina?]: Windsor Publications, 1981.

Russell, E. T. What’s in A Name, Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1973.

Schmalz, Wayne. On Air: Radio in Saskatchewan. Regina: Coteau Books, 1990.

Simmie, Lois. Secret Lives of Sgt. John Wilson: A True Story of Love and Murder. Vancouver: Greystone Books, 1995.

Spasoff, Paul. Back to the Past: Celebrating Saskatchewan’s People & Places. Regina: Back to the Past Publishing, 2005.

Spencer, Dave. The Lands, Brands & Hands of the 76 Ranch. (self-published, 2008).

Spinks, John. Two Blades of Grass: An Autobiography. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1980.

Stafford, David. Camp X: Canada’s School for Secret Agents. 1941-45. Lester & Orpen Denys, .1986

Stegner, Wallace. Wolf Willow: A History, a Story, and a Memory of the Last Plains Frontier. Penguin Books, 1990. (First published 1955)

Stewart, Chris and Lynn Hudson. Mahoney’s Minute Men: The Saga of the Saskatchewan Provincial Police, 1917-1928. [self-published?], n.d]

Stuart, Euan Ross. The History of Prairie TheatreThe Development of Theatre in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, 1833-1982. Simon & Pierre, 1984.

Sullivan, Kristian I.W. The French Counts of St. Hubert: An Archaeological Exploration of Social Identity, thesis submitted to University of Saskatchewan…., 2009.

Swainson, Donald., ed. Historical Essays on the Prairie Provinces. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart

[c. 1970]

Tolton, Gordon E. Prairie Warships: River Navigation in the Northwest Rebellion, Vancouver: Heritage House, 2007.

Waiser, Bill, All Hell Can’t Stop Us, Calgary: Fifth House, 2005.

Waiser, Bill, Saskatchewan A New History. Calgary: Fifth House, 2005.

Wayman, Easten. Saskatoon’s Electric Transit: The Story of Saskatoon’s Streetcars and Trolley Buses.. 1988. 

Wood Mountain Uplands: From the Big Muddy to the Frenchman River. Wood Mountain, SK: Wood Mountain Historical Society, 2000.

Zeman, Brenda et al, 88 Years of Puck Chasing in Saskatchewan. Regina: WDS Associates and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame,1983.

Zuehlke, Mark, Scoundrels, Dreamers and Second Sons: British Remittance Men in the Canadian West. Whitecap Books, 1994 (© author)

Articles, chapters in books

Arthur, Elizabeth. “Duel at Ile a la Crosse,” Saskatchewan History 1974 (vol 27) 2: 41.

Bear, Glecia. “Two Little Girls Lost in the Bush”, in Ahenakew & Wolfart, Our
Grandmothers’ Lives as Told in their Own Words
. [Canadian Plains Research Center, 1988] Separate edition published by Fifth House, first edition, 1992.See Ahenakew in booklist above.

Braithwaite, Edward A. “Reminiscences of a Hospital Sergeant,” Alberta History winter 1991.

Francis, Helen. “Struggle to Survive: A Metis Woman’s Story,” in: kisiskaciwan: Indigenous voices from where the river flows swiftly. Regina: University of Regina Press, © 2018.

Friesen, Victor Carl. “Seager Wheeler, the Wheat King”, Saskatchewan History (fall 1996): 19]

Fulford, Robert. “Big Bear, Frog Lake and My Aunt Theresa”, Saturday Night (June 1976): 9-10.

Ham, George. Reminiscences of a Raconteur: Between the ‘40s and the 20s. Toronto: Mission Book co., 1921.

Ham, George. Toronto Daily Mail, May15, May 19 (from story filed May 8), May 20, 1885, cited in Tolton, Prairie Warships, 2007.

Harding, Jim: “Unsung Heroes in Saskatchewan’s Struggle for Medicare”, blog August 29, 2010] on https://crowsnestecology.wordpress.com/2010/08/29/

“Homer Groening, cartoonists’ father, Simpson’s inspiration.” Seattle Times 19 March 1996]

Macleod, R.C., ed. Reminiscences of a Bungle, by One of the Bunglers, and Two Other Northwest Rebellion Diaries. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1983.

McGowan, Don C. Grassland Settlers: The Swift Current Region During the Era of the Ranching Frontier. Victoria: Cactus Publications, 1975.

Mitchell, W.O. “Isaac Barr’s Fiasco,” Great Canadian Adventures, 111.

Morgan, E.C. “The Bell Farm”, Saskatchewan History v.19, no.2 (spring 1966]

O’Brien, Jeff. “The Man Who Could Be King: Ferdinand Phillippe, Potential Pioneer Royalty,” Sunday Sun 2 February 2010.

M.D. Roang, “Russian Royalty Settled in Small Prairie Town,” Western People 6 August 1967, 10.

“Signalman Says Corvette Saskatoon ‘Happiest Little Ship in the Navy’,” StarPhoenix 11 October 194.

“Notable Military Records Set by Saskatchewan Men,” Star-Phoenix 16 May 1955.

O’Neill, P.B. “Regina’s Golden Age of Theatre,” in Saskatchewan History (winter 1975): 29-37.

Strickwerda, Eric J, “From short-term emergency to long-term crisis: public works projects in Saskatoon, 1929-1932”, in Drought and Depression, (History of the Prairie West, vol. 6) edited by Gregory P. Marchildon. Regina: University of Regina Press [2018]

Talbot, Rennie. Winnipeg Daily Sun, 27 May 1885.

Von Puhl, Paul. Saskatoon History Review #25, 2012: 7-23.

White, Donny. “Our People, Our Heritage,” The Gull Lake Advance, 3 Sept 2014; other articles 3 Sept. 30 Aug 201, 3 March 2015.]

Blogs, archival documents; theses; unpublished manuscripts

Andrew, George Findlay. Papers in possession of Andrew family.

Bamforth, Emily, Ph.D., “What dinosaur species do we have in Saskatchewan?”, Royal Saskatchewan Museum website, 13 October 2017.

Braithwaite, Edward A. “Reminiscences of a Hospital Sergeant.” Alberta History, winter 1991.

Healy, Theresa. Prayers, Pamphlets and Protest: Women & Relief in Saskatoon, 1929-1939, masters thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1989.

Jukes, Augustus, Dr.: Letter to Fred White 7 October 1882, Indian Department Records, RG 10/v3744, f.29596-2, PAC]

Millar, Ruth W. All of Heaven’s Fury. [Unpublished manuscript about Findlay Andrew]

Ord, Lewis Rodman. “Reminiscences of a Bungle, by One of the Bunglers,” chapter in Reminiscences of a Bungle, by One of the Bunglers, and Two Other Northwest Rebellion Diaries. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 1983.

Otterson, Harry, Thirty-five Years on the Whitemud, unpublished ms., SAB.

Sullivan, Kristian. The French Counts of St. Hubert: An Archaeological Explanation of Social Identity, U of S masters thesis, 2009.

Magazines and journals

CAA Saskatchewan Magazine

Maclean’s Magazine

Prairies North: The Magazine of Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan History

Saskatoon History Review