Waiser - Saskatchewan: a New History - Immigration pre-1914

Database ID32265
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionBill Waiser fonds
File/Item ReferenceMG192_SIII-Immigration-pre-1914 (Box 28)
Date of creation199?
Physical description/extent1 file; 1 cm
Number of images1
Historical noteDr. Waiser recieved provincial and university funding to write a new provincial history to coincide with the Provincial Centennial in 2005. The book was aimed at appealing to a popular audience while offering graduate students experience in historical research. When completed it was presented as a gift to the province from the University of Saskatchewan.
Scope and contentThe file contains working files for the book Saskatchewan: a new history, specifically dealing with immigration to the province before 1914. Contents pertaining to Aboriginal topics include: a copy of an article entitled “Indian Land Surrenders in Southern Saskatchewan” by Stewart Raby in The Canadian Geographer, (vol.17, no.1, Spring 1973); handwritten research notes from an unidentified manuscript by Barry Potyandi (title illegible) referring to the Metis at Willow Bunch; a copy of an article entitled “The Peoples of Saskatchewan in Pictures: The Francophones” which includes discussion of Metis settlements in Saskatchewan
Copyright expiry dateUnknown
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Primary MediaTextual documents
Specific document typesArticles
Field notes
Provenance Access PointWaiser, William Andrew, 1953 - . (historian)
PlaceRegina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan, Canada
Treaty boundariesTreaty 4
Treaty 6
Canada -- National
Cultural regionPlains
Canada -- National
NamesLalonde, Andre
Lapointe, Richard
Potyandi, Barry
Raby, Stewart
Waiser, William Andrew (Bill)
Reserves -- formation of
Reserves -- Expulsion
Early European Settlers
Government policy
Metis -- History
Metis -- Communities
Indigenous Peoples General
Date Range(s)1990-1999
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