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Germans in Saskatchewan

  • Clippings File - Germans in Saskatchewan
  • Dossier
  • 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.

Herbster, Otto and Sophie

Diaries; clippings; materials concerning their farming operation near Whitewood; German language books and pamphlets (English and German languages).

Fred Neibrandt reminiscences

Typewritten reminiscences of Fred Neibrandt of Rhein, Saskatchewan relating to his life in the Rhein area and of his political activities. Neibrandt was a farmer and politician.

Seitz family genealogy, biographical sketch

Photocopied genealogical information on the Wilhelm Seitz family, members of whom emigrated from Germany to Russia, from Russia to the United States, and from the United States to Canada.

Photocopied biographical sketch of the Kasper Seitz family, prepared by Laureen (Bosch) Seitz. Several family members resided in the Kendal, Saskatchewan district. Includes photocopied photographs of family members.

Saskatchewan German Council Inc.

Records relating to the "Treffpunkt 88", Saskatchewan's first German awareness conference in Regina, Saskatchewan on March 25 and 26, 1988 sponsored by the Saskatchewan German Council Inc. Includes a news release, registration form, programme, dinner menu, policy regarding radical views, schedule of events, and publication entitled German, Mennonite and Hutterite Communities in Saskatchewan: An Inventory of Sources, compiled by Alan B. Anderson of the Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan for the Saskatchewan German Council, Inc. in 1988.

Homesteading at Algrove in the 1930's and 1940's

Unpublished reminiscences of Frank Schweitzer and Henry Schweitzer, sons of Philip and Elizabeth (Fonau) Schweitzer. Includes genealogical information on various members of the Schweitzer family and other families in the Algrove-Archerwill, Saskatchewan district.

Huber Reunion July, 1990

A history of Simon and Martha Huber and their descendants compiled by Harold and Lloyd Galenzoski for their family reunion, July 21, 1990. Includes reunion guest book.

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