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Saskatchewan Gen Web WHAT'S NEW?

What's New

Saskatchewan Gen Web

Ancestor Recognition Project has been growing with many submitted cemetery transcriptions and cemetery photographs! All transcriptions are part of an online searchable Canada wide cemetery database at Canada Gen web. If you can help with typing from online cemeery photograph pages or if you can submit cemetery photographs or transcriptions, please E-mail. We can provide the free webspace and web page programming here.

Saskatchewan One Room School House project "In 1979, the new School Act abolished all rural school districts which now exist only in the memory of those who cherished their little country school house."102 It is to assist memory preservation, and to honour the history of education in the province which gave birth to the Saskatchewan One Room School House project. With wonderful submissions from kind viewers like you, the one room school house project has grown with new photograph additions, historical reminiscences and a new database addition. The footnotes page has expanded and the alphabetical index has increased with locations of historic one room school houses. Have a look at the digital preservation of Saskatchewan One Room School Houses.

The Saskatchewan Regions have been updated and the placenmae links have been updated on many of the provincial regions. There are a number of regions up for adoption at the moment. If you enjoy Saskatchewan genelaogy and history, and want to volunteer, please E-mail.

Tribute to Saskatchewan Historians at the New Finland Region located near Yorkton, Saskatchewan have been active making new additions regarding school, church, cemetery and historical sites related to both the area around Yorkton, as well as the New Finland Region. If you have an area which you would like to see online with historical notes or photographs such as Sk Genealgy honouring Langham and Naicam regions, we can provide the free webspace and web page programming here. If you know of a web page link of interest to genealogists, we can offer a link to it from these pages.

Getting Started in Saskatchewan genealogy. and Getting Started Just For Kids pages have been updated with new online searchable databases, and offline contact resources. These "getting started" pages often answer frequently asked questions, FAQ, received via email. Even if you have done genealogy in Saskatchewan before, it is still exciting to see the new growth of Saskatchewan's genealogical resources as historical documents are released into the public domain enabling easier access. long with Saskatchewan Gen Web many and several agencies are involved with Saskatchewan history and genealogy research. Together many diverse areas are digitizing Saskatchewan's history online along with Saskatchewan Gen web, and links are provided to these on Saskatchewan gen web when they are offsite, and web pages are provided on Saskatchewan Gen web when submissions are made via E-mail to Sask Gen Web.

These "What's new" pages are behind usually. Sorry for the delays between new web pages and Saskatchewan gen web sections and this what's new segment update.

In particular, as of late, there have been a few new additions to

Census Page on the Saskatchewan Gen Web Site.

Ancestor Recognition Project.

Saskatchewan One Room School House project.

Sk Genealgy.

Saskatchewan Genalogy Society.

This What's New information has been written for Canada Gen Web can also be found on at

Saskatchewan What's New
Back Issues:
Volume 1: Saskatchewan's Centennial 1905-2005
Volume 2:Saskatchewan's Ethnic diversity
Volume 3: 2010 Special occasions, New Finland Region, and Yorkton additions.