Upcoming RPL Program of interest: Riel/Shevchenko: an evening of poetry & remembrance.
The following Prairie History Room program will be of interest to patrons from all backgrounds:
Riel/Shevchenko: an evening of Poetry & Remembrance
Louis Riel and Taras Shevchenko are both seminal figures in the history of the Métis and Ukrainian peoples, but both were poets as well as inspirational figures. Join us for an evening of their poetry. Everyone welcome. Refreshments served. Please pre-register at email@example.com or call 306.777.6039.
p.s. If you are a Metis musician or dancer who would like to perform at this event, please contact Warren at the Prairie History Room at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.777.6039.
“The Blue-Eyed Sheik of Saudi Alberta” Peter Lougheed, Oil Shocks, and the National Energy Policy of 1980/Gayle Thrift.
Surveying the Forty-Ninth Parallel/L.F. Hewgill.
What’s in the Name Calgary?/Nancy Townshend.
Genealogical Journeying…You CAN Go Home Again!/Joseph Grandinetti.
Our Aviation Ancestors/David A. Norris.
Preserving Cemetaries – Why Bother?/Mike Lewman.
Traveling in Their Footsteps – My Journey through Europe with James/Jennifer Holik.
Mining Post Civil War Records – More Than Pensions and Old Soldiers Homes!/Diane L. Richard.
US and Canadian Jewish Archival Research Collections/Melody Amsel-Arieli.
Following Leads from Postcards Can be Rewarding/Richard H. Goms Jr.
All Prairie History Magazines can be borrowed for seven days.
Upcoming workshop: "Documenting Oral History" with Kristin Catherwood
This upcoming workshop will be of interest to those documenting oral history:
November 19: Workshop 'Documenting Oral History' with Kristin Catherwood
Held at Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan Office, 452 Albert St N., Regina. For culture and heritage workers and volunteers, anyone with an interest in documentation, including those who want to record family members. The basics of ICH (Intangible Cultural Heritage). Fees include lunch.
Register with Saskatchewan Archaeological Society by November 9.
Celebrate Halloween like the Victorians did!
Bump in the night
Enjoy magic shoes in the ballroom. Solve the mystery in the museum. Build a Halloween mask. Create a Victorian postcard. Dress in your best costume and be entered to win a prize. Admission is free.
For more information contact Government House at:
We hope you have a spook-tacular time!
Upcoming RPL Program of interest: College Avenue: Past, Present & Future.
The following Prairie History Room program will be of interest to those concerned with local history and architecture.
College Avenue: Past, Present & Future.
Sunday, October 30th
College Avenue and College Avenue Campus are a treasure trove of history and stories. Local historian Don Black and Architect James Youck will discuss the history and evolution of this part of the City from the past to the present and future including the buildings and the people who lived and worked in them.
Please pre-register at ReginaLibrary.ca or contact email@example.com or call 306.777.6039.
We hope you can spend Sunday afternoon with us.
Upcoming RPL Program of interest: Family Tree Wall Hanging
The following Prairie History Room program is coming up next week and there are still spaces available for those who are interested:
Family Tree Wall Hanging
Make art to adorn your wall with a Family Tree Hanging using scrapbooking papers and pictures of your family. You need to bring photos of all members of the family - we will be cutting up the photos! We will be using circle punches with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 in to cut headshots out of the photos so please do not bring portrait photos. Besides photos of your immediate family, you can bring photos of grandparents and family pets too. Your family's surname can be included on the wall hanging as well. There is a $5 materials fee.
If you are interested in the above program, you can register online or thru the Prairie History Room at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope some of you can join us.
Family Tree Magazine
Search and Recover/David A Fryxell
Here Comes the Neighborhood/Sunny Jane Morton
First Families/Nancy Shively
Pixel-Perfect Photo Projects/Dennis May Levenick
DNA Toolbox/Blaine T. Bettinger
Census Enumeration Districts: a source for rarely-seen maps/David A. Norris
Develop Your Ancestor's Story/George G. Morgan
Welcome to North Dakota (online records of ND settlers)/Carol Richey
Online Freedmen's Bureau Records/Diane L. Richard
Convict Research in Tasmania -- Story of a Hangman/Gabrielle Morgan
Categories: New Books
Some New Additons to the Prairie History Collection.
The following books have just been added to the Prairie History collection:
Hope Beyond the Horizon; stories by Russian Mennonite Refugees fleeing the Soviet Union.
Translated from the German and edited by John P. Nickel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1996.
Memorials to Canada's War Dead.
Both volumes were donated to the Prairie History Room by the late Bill Barry.
Corvus: a novel/Harold Johnson
Mr. Johnson, who presented an author reading at the Regina Public Library on May 1st, 2016, is a First Nations author who was nominated for the Aboriginal People's Writing Award at the 2016 Saskatchewan Book Awards.
Book Signing: Flight Test -- The Avro Arrow and a Career in Aeronautical Engineering.
The Canadian Aviation Historical Society will present a talk and book-signing by David Waechter, who just published a new book about his father’s work with Avro Aircraft Limited, entitled Flight Test – The Avro Arrow and a Career in Aeronautical Engineering.
The event is talking place in the Dieppe Bistro, lower level, Royal Canadian Legion Branch, 1820 Cornwall Street, next Tuesday, September 20th, at 7:30 pm.
For more information, email email@example.com.
Remembering Fort La Montee/Carl A. Krause
Thrashing Seasons: The Origin of Prairie Wrestling/C. Nathan Hatton
Your Genealogy Today
Dog License Records and Genealogy/David A. Norris
All of the above magazines are available for borrowing.
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