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Saskatchewan bibliography : first supplement
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Saskatchewan local history directory : a locality guide to community and church histories in the Prairie History Room
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Saskatchewan local history directory : a locality guide to community and church histories in the Prairie History Room
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Cavalry journal. Vol. XVII, January to October, 1927
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Memoranda on some crucial questions : III. Poland
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Avis, proclamations & nouvelles de guerre Allemands affiche?s a? Bruxelles [publiés en Belgique] pendant l'occupation, Les
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Avis, proclamations & nouvelles de guerre Allemands affiche?s a? Bruxelles [publiés en Belgique] pendant l'occupation, Les
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Avis, proclamations & nouvelles de guerre Allemands affiche?s a? Bruxelles [publiés en Belgique] pendant l'occupation, Les
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Landmarks of Polish history
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Population of the Polish commonwealth, The
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Roumanie dans la guerre mondiale (1916-1919), La
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For bread and a better future : emigration from Poland to Canada, 1918-1939
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The history of Atwater, Saskatchewan : and the surrounding districts, Barra, Coma Park, Fertile Belt, Glyndwr
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They planted the seed : a pioneer history of the Tarnpol, Tway, Bonne Madone area
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80 Years in Wakaw, 1898 - 1978
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Ukrainian people places : the Ukrainians, Germans, Mennonites, Hutterites and Doukhobors and the names they brought to Saskatchewan
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Ukrainian Pioneer Days in Early Years 1898-1916 in Alvena and District, Sask.
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Meskanaw : Its Story and its People
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The road from yesterday to today : history of Tiger Hills, Waitville & districts
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Prairie Progress Commemorating the Macrorie district
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Between river and lake
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Caboose on sleigh, Tarnopol, Saskatchewan.
Polish Church of Sacred Heart of Jesus, Tarnopol, Saskatchewan.
First Polish homesteaders in Tarnopol, Saskatchewan.
A. A. Stocki, Polish homesteader, Tarnopol, Saskatchewan.