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African Saskatchewan Genealogy Roots

African - Saskatchewan

Many African Canadian who came to Canada arrived in Eastern Canada via the underground railway. They obtained jobs as Pullman Porters on the railways.

The Klu Klux Klan, active in Saskatchewan in the 1920s, was mainly a group promoting immigration from Britain, Scandinavia and western Europe.

Mrs. Martha Jane Mayes brought her extended family to the Maidstone area of Saskatchewan, establishing the colony there. Maidstone, Eldon and Shiloh are all located in the Lloydminster Gen Web Region.

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African - Saskatchewan Links

1922 Maps The New World Atlas and Gazetteer - Africa

Africans - The Kids' Site of Canadian Settlement - Library and Archives Canada
African Canadians

Africa Gen Web

Africa Mailing Lists

Afro Americans

Atlas of Saskatchewan BLACK Settlements: Ethnic Bloc Settlements 1850s-1990s Map

A black chapter in Saskatchewan's history: Against the tide

A black chapter in Saskatchewan's history: When the KKK rode high across the Prairies

Black History Month Celebrated

Black History Month

Black Roses: Four Decades of Black History in Canada

Black Immigration to Canada and Black Contributions to the Building of the Canadian Nation

Chapter 2 Traditional Family Patterns in Africa

C.I.C.Canada | Forging Our Legacy: Canadian Citizenship and Immigration 1900-1977: * No welcome mat for black Americans

Cyndi's List African American

Ethnic-African Mailing Lists

Ethnic-African: UNDERGROUND-RR Mailing List*--A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in the underground railroad ... the loose network of antislavery northerners that illegally helped fugitive slaves reach safety in the free states or Canada in the period before the American Civil War. The descendants of participating antislavery people and of the slaves that were being aided by them are encouraged to subscribe.

February is African Heritage Month

Prairies North: Saskatchewan's Life Magazine The Farmer, the Doctor, and the Filmmaker Tracing black history

Railways -Under a Northern Star. - Black Porters. Search database

Rootsweb Posting Boards Boards > Topics > Ethnic / Race > African American

Saskatchewan and the Klu Klux Klan

Saskatchewan News Index -Top News Stories - Conflict And Struggle - Membership Ku Klux Klan 46,500, He Says - Ku Klux Klan Not Dead Yet

Taste of Canada - History - History: Blacks In Canada, A

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Underground Railroad Refugess in Canada

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