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The Saskatchewan Archives Board has many published local histories and microfilm copies of approximately one thousand school district histories compiled in 1955, which often contain biographical sketches of local pioneers and lists of settlers, school teachers, clergy, and others. In addition, the archives have replies to questionnaires which were circulated to Saskatchewan pioneers. Many of these include family information and accounts of pioneering efforts.  
 
The Saskatchewan Archives Board has many published local histories and microfilm copies of approximately one thousand school district histories compiled in 1955, which often contain biographical sketches of local pioneers and lists of settlers, school teachers, clergy, and others. In addition, the archives have replies to questionnaires which were circulated to Saskatchewan pioneers. Many of these include family information and accounts of pioneering efforts.  
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'''A wiki article desctibing an online collections is found at:'''
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[[Canada,_Saskatchewan_Provincial_Records_(FamilySearch_Historical_Collection|Canada, Saskatchewan Provinicial REcords (FamilySearch Historical Records)]]
  
 
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The Saskatchewan Archives Board has many published local histories and microfilm copies of approximately one thousand school district histories compiled in 1955, which often contain biographical sketches of local pioneers and lists of settlers, school teachers, clergy, and others. In addition, the archives have replies to questionnaires which were circulated to Saskatchewan pioneers. Many of these include family information and accounts of pioneering efforts.


A wiki article desctibing an online collections is found at:

Canada, Saskatchewan Provinicial REcords (FamilySearch Historical Records)