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Biography & Autobiography

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Saskatchewan First Nations

In this volume are more than 125 biographies that together demonstrate the diversity and depth of Saskatchewan’s First Nations community and the contributions of First Nations people to the province. ...

Saskatchewan Politicians

The more than 275 biographies of Saskatchewan politicians from the past 100 years that are included in this volume represent but a fraction of those who have been elected to public office in the province. ...

Saskatchewan Writers

 The more than 175 biographies in this volume together tell the story of writing in Saskatchewan. As David Carpenter notes in his introduction to the volume: "The writers whose lives are told in these ...

People of the Plains

Amelia McLean Paget was born in 1867 at Fort Simpson, in what is now the Northwest Territories. Her father, William McLean, was a Scot involved in the fur trade and her mother, Helen Murray, belonged ...

Saskatchewan Premiers of the Twentieth Century

 From the optimism associated with provincial status in 1905, through the trials of Depression and war, the boom times of the post-war period, and the economic vagaries of the 1980s and 1990s, the twentieth ...

The Doctor Rode Side-Saddle

 The remarkable story of Elizabeth Matheson stands out as a biography of one of Canada's extraordinary women and as a compelling picture of pioneer life on the prairies. One of Canada's first woman doctors, ...

"Peace, Progress and Prosperity"

 Walter Scott was a populist with a vision for the new province. A newspaperman, entrepreneur, and land speculator before being elected to the House of Commons in 1900, by 1905, Scott had become leader ...

Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear

In the spring of 1885, the names Theresa Delaney and Theresa Gowanlock captured the attention and imagination not only of Canadian, but also of American and overseas readers. After their husbands were ...