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Saskatchewan Agriculture

In this province known as "the bread basket of the world," agriculture is the culture which for over a century has provided the context for life in Saskatchewan. In this volume are over 200 biographies ...

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. ...

Sour Milk

 Compiled by Regina Leader-Post crime and court reporters Barb Pacholik and Jana Pruden, this volume contains accounts of 40 unique crime stories that have taken place in Saskatchewan over the course ...

Settling Saskatchewan

Who are these trailblazers, these mavericks and innovators?

They are survivors, who are rich in customs and traditions. They are prosperous, and they are diverse--leading the world on many fronts.

Who are ...

Shaping a World Already Made

By Carl J. Tracie
Foreword by Dennis Cooley
Introduction by John Warkentin
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Canadian

How does reading poetry influence the way we see the Prairies? Cultural geographer Carl J. Tracie explores this question in Shaping a World Already Made, his labour of love to Canadian poetry and to his ...

Sons and Mothers

Edited by Mary Ann Loewen
Categories:
Women

The reflections in Sons and Mothers delve deep into the often close, but sometimes troubled, relationships that exist between mothers and sons. With remarkable honesty and grace, the contributors tell ...

Storm of the Century

In Storm of the Century: The Regina Tornado of 1912, author Sandra Bingaman recounts one of the worst natural disasters in Canadian history--the rare F4 tornado that obliterated a broad swatch of Regina, ...

Speaking in Cod Tongues

By Lenore Newman
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Canadian Series Digestions

 "What is Canadian cuisine? Lenore Newman distils much of the current thinking into the erudite and elegantly readable Speaking in Cod Tongues. Her odyssey across the country provides a wealth of culinary ...

The Assiniboine

Edwin Thompson Denig entered the fur trade on the Upper Missouri River in 1833. As husband to the daughter of an Assiniboine headman and as a bookkeeper stationed at Fort Union, Denig became knowledgeable ...

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 ...