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The designation "Normal School" takes after the system of École normale supérieure (ENS) ~ teacher training schools ~ A higher education establishment beginning in the North-West Territories as of 1890. On September 1, 1905, Saskatchewan became a province, separating from the North-West Territories. As a side note it was in 1912 that the Northwest Territories dropped the hyphen in its name. |
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2528 Retallack St, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4T, Canada. Canada's Historic Places. Residence Thomas Edwin Perrett, born in Pembroke, Ontario in 1871, Staff of Regina's Normal School in 1904 and Principal in 1906.
Souvenir Normal School, Regina, N.W.T. Spring MCMIV. "Filled with remembrances that lie even at the heart of things. "Editor-In-Chief: J.A. Mackay"- Digitizing sponsor University of Alberta Libraries The CIHM Monograph Collection. Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.
Regina Normal School~ a History ~ From potential to reality ~ Regina Saskatchewan - Saskatchewan One Room School House Project
The Aurora 1926 Regina Normal School. Published by the Students of the Regina Normal School. Regina Saskatchewan. Digitisation of yearbook by Verna Brenner. Published online Julia Adamson. Saskatchewan One Room Schoolhouse Project. Saskatchewan Gen web.
Saskatchewan Normal Schools ~ École normale supérieure, teacher training school ~Saskatchewan One Room School House Project
Lisa G. Henderson will offer to do look up in the two books,
Information about Prince Albert East Central Schools From The Above Books
Submitter in digital format of the Souvenir Normal School, Regina 1908 is; Lisa Henderson - Author of earlysaskatchewanartinthenews - Saskatchewan art history in old newspapers and on the internet and A story about a Pioneer Saskatchewan School Inspector and his One Room School House teacher daughter. J.Frank Hutchison (1865-1935) and Orma V. Neilson (1890-1967)
To cite this website:
Irwin, O.M. Editor in Chief. "Souvenir Normal School. Regina, 1908". The Leader Publishing Company, Limited. Regina, Sask. https://sites.rootsweb.com/~cansk/school/1908NormalSchoolSouvenir/ Digitised by Lisa Henderson. Published by Julia Adamson. Saskatchewan One Room Schoolhouse Project. Saskatchewan Gen web. Published Friday, February 05, 2021 Web. Date Accessed Friday, May 07, 2021.
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