| Saskatchewan Gen Web records ~ What You Can Learn From Them|
The SaskatchewanGenWeb Project serves to answer the growing needs of genealogists world-wide who were trying to research their ancestors online who may have roots in Saskatchewan. The SaskatchewanGenWeb is an online website hosted by researchers who either live in their own region or who are familiar with the local resources becoming an online resource for international genealogists. Look at how to make the best use of SaskatchewanGenWeb Project records, and explore the depths of information provided
There are dedicated volunteers who have donated their time and talents to the formation and creation of this project, and to these individuals, thank you kindly. There is always a search for more volunteers, if you have an interest in Saskatchewan and its history, genealogy or family history. A GenWeb site is generally used as a learning tool or stepping stone for researchers hoping to learn more about their geographical area of research, coordinators create web pages which answer questions or point researchers in the direction they need. For more information about volunteer opportunities: Email
The GenWeb common goal is the collection and distribution of genealogical data on the Web. Gratefully, researchers seeking Canadian roots find a plethora of Canadian information available on the Internet. The role of the Canada GenWeb Project is to assist researchers in locating this information, as well as to add new resources to the existing online data.
The provincial website is the gateway linking to the local regional areas therefore you can get closer to your area of research by visiting the regional GenWebs and connect with area residents and fellow researchers.
The contents of each provincial and regional project website will vary depending on the region, however content embraces:
Adapted from the World GenWeb objectives and Canada Gen Web regional volunteers
- Names of the region RMs, towns and cities
- Saskatchewan Wheat Pool maps, Cummins maps, Regional maps and the Online Historical Map Digitization Project -
- Geographical and historical facts
- Ethic Culture, Folklore and Religious History
- Links to Query Boards/Message Board systems to network local information
- Mail List to connect with fellow researchers
- Reference Materials (census, deeds, biographies, etc.)
- A lookups section for pertinent genealogical resources
- Resource Addresses (Libraries, archives, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Family History Search rooms)
- Postal addresses and Internet links to: Genealogical and Historical societies
- Rural municipal offices, and addresses for vital records
- Other links of interest to people researching in that area such as;
- Research tips and Local History Books
- Cemeteries; locations and transcriptions - Census
- Church Records
- Genealogy/History events History – start of settlement, geographical changes over the years
- Land Petitions/Records Newspapers
- Local Web Links
- Pioneer Families - A list of family surnames who settled within 20 years of settlement.
- Visiting -- Places of genealogical interest not to be missed if visiting this area
|One Room School House Records ~ What You Can Learn From Them· Sunday, February 26, 2017|
· 2:00-3:30 pm
· Public Meeting Room#1, Central Library. Regina Saskatchewan
· Become familiar with the one room school districts near Cadillac; Elmwood, Fairy Lake, Boule Creek, Priory, Wheatville, Crichton, Bedford, Orwell, Highway, Gouverneur, McKnight, Pinto Head, Driscol Lake, Frenchville, Lac Pelletier, Notre Dame, Cadillac. The amazing resources compiled by local residents provide a wealth of information. The online One Room Schoolhouse Project helps to bring the one room schoolhouses of history to life on the internet with contributions by former students, teachers and residents. Registration required.
Learn about the Saskatchewan One Room Schoolhouse project; what types of records are most useful in research, where to find the records and how to extract the information they provide. The Sk One Room Schoolhouse Project has a collection of records available online and they are extremely useful in finding locations, history, timelines and people. In this presentation, we will examine the true value of these records. Look at how to make the best use of one room schoolhouse records, and explore the depths of information provided via the internet and the bibliographical sources for this internet resource. Registration required.