Articles in this issue explore
- Diefenbaker and the Cuban missile crisis
- Anglicans on the home front during the Great War
- Battle of Cut Knife Hill in 1885
- HMCS Saskatchewan
- Saskatchewan’s 95th Regiment
The past comes to life on the pages of Saskatchewan History magazine!
Saskatchewan History is a historical magazine dedicated to encouraging readers and writers to explore the province's history. Published by the Saskatchewan Archives since 1948, the magazine has become a colourful and provocative source of information and narration about Saskatchewan's unique heritage.
The magazine is published twice a year, in the spring and the fall. Past issues have included articles on the fur trade era, pioneer life, ethnic groups and immigration, the history of medicine and medical care, business and trade unionism, religion on the prairies, women’s history, First Nations and Métis history, sports history, and many other facets of Saskatchewan’s fascinating past.
Saskatchewan History appeals to a wide audience because of its unique combination of general interest and scholarly articles, presented in a beautiful layout that showcases photographs and illustrations which document the history of the province and its citizens. In addition, the magazine regularly includes features about the amazing records found in the Saskatchewan Archives’ Collection, and reports on heritage and archives news from around the province.
Please Note: A feature is in development that will in the coming months allow researchers to search online for titles and authors of articles that have been published in Saskatchewan History.
Saskatchewan History is available by subscription and may also be purchased at book stores and gift shops across the province. Back issues are also available.
For more information, please contact us.
Copies of current issues or subscriptions to the magazine are available at Saskatchewan Archives’ offices in Saskatoon and Regina, or can be ordered:
Copies of current issues can also be purchased from the following vendors:
Lakeview Fine Foods, Regina
Cumberland Gallery, Regina
McNally Robinson, Saskatoon
Western Development Museum, Saskatoon
Western Development Museum, Yorkton