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Germans in Saskatchewan

  • Clippings File - Germans in Saskatchewan
  • File
  • 1886-1970

"New Tulscha" (Balgonie Post Office), a paragraph from the Annual Report of the Winnipeg Immigration Agent, Dec. 31, 1886, C.S.P. 1887, Paper no. 12, p. 75. 1 p. (3 copies).

Germans - "Josephsthal", a paragraph from the Annual Report of the Winnipeg Immigration Agent, Dec. 31, 1886, C.S.P. 1887, Paper no. 12, p. 75. 1 p. (3 copies).

Germans - "Hohenlohe", written by A.F. Eden from Reports on the Hungarian, Scandinavian, Icelandic and German Colonies, October, 29, 1886, C.S.P. 1887, Paper no. 12, pp 143-44. 2 p. (2 copies).

Report of New Elsass Colony in the North-West by Mr. D.W. Riedle [Minister of Agriculture, Government of Canada], from the C.S.P. 1887, Paper no. 12, p. 153. 1 p. (3 copies).

Newspaper article called Visiting a Group of Sudeten Settlers by Everett Baker, Western Producer, July 20, 1939 [settlers in the Brightsand Lake and Loon Lake areas near St. Walberg, Saskatchewan]. 2 p.

Swabian Folk Ways by Gilbert Johnson of Marchwell, Saskatchewan, February, 1960. 6 p.

Reference letters from E.C. Morgan, Archivist at Saskatchewan Archives regarding hhistoric names of mail routes and railways in the area of New Holstein, Sedley, Vibank, Kronau, Stoughton, Katrinthal, Balgonie, Rastadt, and Speyer, 1968. 6 p.

Newspaper article called Germans from Russia Form Unique Society to Tell Their Story by Brother Michael Deck (Muenster), Prairie Messenger, July 12, 1970. 1 p.

A Century in the West: Life of a Pioneer Woman - Mary Popp's Story

Memoirs of Mary Popp (nee Lowenberger) edited by Donald H. Layh and published by Twin Valley Consulting Ltd., Langenburg, Saskatchewan. Illustrated by Janet A. Layh. Mary Popp was born in 1897 in the Hoffenthal district, north east of Langenburg, to Jakob and Augustina Lowenberger. She married Henry Popp in 1914 and raised her family on the farm in the Landestreu district, near MacNutt. She died in Langenburg in 1998 at the age of 101.

Biog. - Wolters Family

  • Pamphlet File - Biog. - Wolters Family
  • Item
  • 1968

History of the Wolters family entitled The Wolters 1966 compiled by Lucille Wolters and published by Inter-Collegiate Press, Ltd. The book was dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolters on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary on February 16, 1967.

Local Histories - Kronau

  • Pamphlet File - Local Histories - Kronau
  • Item
  • 1930

Historical sketch of St. Peter's Parish, Kronau and the Founding of the Colonies of Rastadt, Katharinental and Speyer, by Rev. Father H. Metzger.

Local Histories - Landestreu

  • Pamphlet File - Local Histories - Landestreu
  • Item
  • ca. 1971

History of Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1895-1970 in Landestreu, Saskatchewan by the Reverend Norman J. Threinen.

Local Histories - Vibank

  • Pamphlet File - Local Histories - Vibank
  • File
  • 1929, 1955

Local history of Vibank, Saskatchewan compiled by the students of Elsas School as a special Social Studies project to commemorate Saskatchewan's Golden Jubilee in 1955.

Booklet commemorating 25th Jubilee of St. Paul's Church in Vibank, 1929. 54 p. (German language).

Volkverein

  • R-104.1
  • File
  • 1913-1966

Includes: minutes of Grosswerder Branch (1923-1927), Quinton Branch (1913-1937), and Kronau Branch (1928-1936); "St. Joseph's Kolonie, 1905-1930", 1930, 125 p.; anniversary booklet prepared by St. Joseph's parish and school(1966); correspondence; articles of association (1920); Catholic Men's Association minutes (1938-1939). (German language)

Student Essays

  • R-1348
  • File
  • 1966-1978

Collection of student essays from University of Regina classes regarding North-West Territories and Saskatchewan history.

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