What's New ~ Volume 10
Saskatchewan Gen Web
Over the summer months it is hoped that images and photographs can be taken of cenotaphs, memorials, one room Schoolhouses, cemetery markers, and cemeteries to post online. As well around and about the summer holidays it will be intriguing to see what develops upon the pages of the Saskatchewan Gen Web E-Magazine has articles of interest to genealogists and historians with an interest in Saskatchewan.
On the Online Historical Map Digitization Project two historic atlases are coming online, as well as turn of the century maps of the province.
There have been updates to the Saskatchewan History and Ethnic Roots pages documenting early arrivals to the ethnic bloc settlements in Saskatchewan.
Both the National Archives and Library as well as the Provincial Saskatchewan archives have been placing historical documents from their collections online. Links will be created on the Saskatchewan Gen Web as information becomes digitized which relates to Saskatchewan, and genealogy.
Saskatchewan E-Magazine Recent Articles:- Saskatchewan Gen Web History and Genealogy news. E-Magazine Complete Archives Do you think you have a unique perspective on genealogy, history, and on topics related to Saskatchewan, Canada? Do you want to talk family biography, cemetery transcription, ethnic cultural history or add a genealogical resource, hint or tip? If you would like to share your information, ideas, problems, brick walls with other genealogists in Saskatchewan, send an email at saskgenweb(at)yahoo(dot)com with some thoughts on what you’d like to write or read about!
Check out great resources, webpages and websites which have been put online for Saskatchewan Genealogical Research which have their histories and introductions in the Sask Gen Web E-Magazine.
Ancestor Recognition Project Over the winter months more of the cemeteries photographed over the summer have received transcripts. All transcriptions are part of an online searchable Canada cemetery project at Canada Gen web. If you would like to volunteer to transcribe some of these photographs, please email.
Saskatchewan One Room School House project is a digital preservation project which received updates over the summer months in the form of images, and research into the Normal Schools. The website has been updated on an ongoing basis to reflect these updates. For a sampling of the newer additions see the bottom of gallery of pictures for the latest imagery.
In particular, as of late, there have been a few new additions to
Ancestor Recognition Project ~ cemetery transcriptions
BMD birth, marriage and death certificates information page