Dr. Brennan’s Picks
Regina: A Select Bibliography by J.W. Brennan
This comprehensive list of reading materials on the history of Regina was compiled for Heritage Regina by Dr. J.W. Brennan, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of History, University of Regina. It contains titles on the structure and growth of Regina’s economy; population and people; the urban landscape; politics and government; education, social life, recreation and culture; provincial and federal politics related to the city’s history; journals; and general reference materials. (printable pdf version)
Arora, V. The Saskatchewan Bibliography (1980).
Artibise, A. F. J. Western Canada Since 1870: A Select Bibliography and Guide (1978).
———, and G. A. Stelter. Canada’s Urban Past: A Bibliography to 1980 and Guide to Canadian Urban Studies (1981).
Ingles, E. B., and N. M. Distad, eds. Peel’s Bibliography of the Canadian Prairies to 1953 (2003).
Owram, D., ed. Canadian History, A Reader’s Guide: Confederation to Present (1994).
2. GENERAL WORKS
Archer, J. H. Saskatchewan: A History (1980).
Artibise, A. F. J. “The Urban West: The Evolution of Prairie Towns and Cities to 1930,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 4, No. 2 (Fall, 1979), pp. 237-62.
Bellan, R. C. Canada’s Cities: A History (2003).
Brennan, J. W. Regina: An Illustrated History (1989).
Dale, E. H. Regina: Regional Isolation and Innovative Development (1980).
Drake, E. G. Regina: The Queen City (1955)
Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan (2005).
Foran, M. “The CPR and the Urban West, 1881-1930,” in The CPR West: The Iron Road and the Making of a Nation, ed. H. A. Dempsey, pp. 89-105 (1984).
Fung, K., ed. Atlas of Saskatchewan (2nd ed., 1999).
Nader, G. A. Cities of Canada. Volume Two: Profiles of Fifteen Metropolitan Centres (1976).
Porter, J. M., ed. Perspectives of Saskatchewan (2009).
Voisey, P. “The Urbanization of the Canadian Prairies, 1871-1916,” Histoire sociale/ Social History, Vol. VIII, No. 15 (May, 1975), pp. 77-101.
Waiser, B. Saskatchewan: A New History (2005).
3. THE STRUCTURE AND GROWTH OF REGINA’S ECONOMY
Artibise, A. F. J. “Boosterism and the Development of Prairie Cities, 1871-1013,” in Town and City: Aspects of Western Canadian Urban Development, ed. A. F. J. Artibise, pp. 209-35 (1981).
——-. “Continuity and Change: Elites and Prairie Urban Development, 1914-1950,” in The Usable Urban Past: Planning and Politics in the Modern Canadian City, eds. F. J. Artibise and G. A. Stelter, pp. 130-54 (1979).
Banks, B. “The Political Economy of Petroleum Development in Saskatchewan, 1940-1960” (M. A. thesis, University of Regina, 1986).
Bloomfield, G. T. “‘I Can See a Car in That Crop’: Motorization in Saskatchewan, 1906-1934,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1 (Winter, 1984), pp. 3-24.
Bronson, H. E. “The Developing Structure of the Saskatchewan Meat Packing Industry: A Study of Economic Welfare.” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Saskatchewan, 1965).
Church, G. C. An Unfailing Faith: A History of the Saskatchewan Dairy Industry (1985).
Clements, M. By Their Bootstraps: A History of the Credit Union Movement in Saskatchewan (1965).
Conrad, P. C. Training for Victory: The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in the West (1989).
Crone, R. H. “Aviation Pioneers in Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXVII, No. 1 (Winter, 1975), pp. 9-28.
Dunmore, S. Wings for Victory: The Remarkable Story of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan in Canada (1984).
Eagle, J. A. The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Development of Western Canada (1989).
Fairbairn, B. Building a Dream: The Co-operative Retailing System in Western Canada (1989).
Hande, D. K. “The Small Businessman in Saskatchewan, 1919-1939” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1988).
Hatch, F. J. Aerodrome of Democracy: Canada and the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, 1939-1945 (1983).
MacPherson, I. The Story of CIS Ltd: Co-operative Insurance Services (1974).
Margoshes, D., P. Martin, and B. Warnyca. Against All Odds: The Story of IPSCO’s First 50 Years (2006).
Mills, G. E. Buying Wood and Building Farms: Marketing Lumber and Farm Building Designs on the Canadian Prairies, 1880 to 1920 (1991).
Newman, P. C. The Acquisitors (1981).
——-. Titans: How the New Canadian Establishment Seized Power (1998). Purden, C. Agents for Change: Credit Unions in Saskatchewan (1980).
Richan, D. S. “Boosterism and Urban Rivalry in Regina and Moose Jaw 1902-1913” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1981).
Richards, J., and L. Pratt. Prairie Capitalism: Power and Influence in the New West (1979).
Schaeffer, R. C. “The Saskatchewan Oil Industry in the 1930s and 1940s (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1988).
Wetherell, D., and E. Corbet. Breaking New Ground: A Century of Farm Equipment Manufacturing on the Canadian Prairies (1993).
4. THE PEOPLE OF REGINA: POPULATION GROWTH, ETHNICITY AND CLASS
Avery, D. H. “Canadian Immigration Policy and the Alien Question, 1896-1919: The Anglo-Canadian Perspective” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 1973).
Backhouse, C. Colour-Coded: A Legal History of Racism in Canada, 1900-1950 (1999.)
Barron, F. L., and J. Garcea, eds. Urban Indian Reserves: Forging New Relationships in Saskatchewan (1999).
Barron, F. L. Walking in Indian Moccasins: The Native Policies of Tommy Douglas and the CCF (1997).
Beeching, W. C. Canadian Volunteers: Spain, 1936-1939 (1989).
Boudreau, J. A. “The Enemy Alien Problem in Canada, 1914-1921” Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles, 1965).
Brown, L. “Unemployed Struggles in Saskatchewan and Canada, 1930-1935,” Prairie Forum, Vol 31, No. 2 (Fall, 2006), pp. 193-216.
——-. When Freedom was Lost: The Unemployed, the Agitator and the State (1987).
Calderwood, W. “The Rise and Fall of the Ku Klux Klan in Saskatchewan” (M.A. thesis,
University of Saskatchewan, Regina, 1968).
Cherwinski, W. J. C. “Organized Labour in Saskatchewan: The T.L.C. Years, 1905- 1945” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alberta, 1971).
Clatworthy, S. J., and J. Hull. Native Economic Conditions in Regina and Saskatoon (1983).
Entz, W. “The Suppression of the German Language Press in September 1918 (with special reference to the secular German Language Papers in Western Canada),” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. VIII., No. 2 (1976), pp. 56-70.
Greenham, C. “The Press of the Plebiscite: Canadian Prairie Newspapers and the Conscription Debate of 1942,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 60, No. 1 (Spring 2008), pp. 3-16.
Gruending, D. Emmett Hall: Establishment Radical (1985). Heron, C., ed. The Workers’ Revolt in Canada, 1917-1925 (1998).
Hillmer, N., B. Kordan, and L. Luciuk, eds. On Guard For Thee: War, Ethnicity, and the Canadian State, 1939-1945 (1988).
Howard, V. “We Were the Salt of the Earth!”: A Narrative of the On-to-Ottawa Trek and the Regina Riot (1985).
Huel, R. “The French Canadians and the Language Question, 1918” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXIII, No. 1 (Winter, 1970), pp. 1-15.
——-. “Pastor Vs Politician: The Reverend Murdoch MacKinnon and Premier Walter Scott’s Amendment to the School Act,” Saskatchewan History. Vol XXXII. No. 2 (Spring, 1979), pp. 61-73.
——-. “La Survivance in Saskatchewan: Schools, Politics and the Nativist Crusade for Cultural Conformity” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alberta, 1975).
Kazymyra, B. Z. Early Ukrainian Settlement in Regina, 1890-1920 (1977).
Kealey, G. S., and R. Whitaker, eds., R.C.M.P. Security Bulletins, 1919-1939 (6 vols., 1994-1997).
Keshen, J. A. Propaganda and Censorship During Canada’s Great War (1995).
Kordan, B. S. Enemy Aliens, Prisoners of War: Internment in Canada During the Great War (2002).
Krotz, L. Urban Indians: The Strangers in Canada’s Cities (1980).
Lehmann, H. The German Canadians, 1750-1937: Immigration, Settlement and Culture. Translated and edited by G. P. Bassler (1986).
Lux, M. K. “The Impact of the Spanish Influenza Pandemic in Saskatchewan, 1918-1919” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1989).
Makahonuk, G. “Masters and Servants: Labour Relations in the Saskatchewan Civil Service, 1909-1945,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 12, No. 2 (Fall, 1987), pp. 257-76.
Manley, J. “Communism and the Canadian Working Class During the Great Depression: The Workers’ Unity League, 1930-1936” (Ph.D. dissertation, Dalhousie University, 1984).
Martynowych, O. Ukrainians in Canada: The Formative Period, 1891-1924 (1991). Owram, D. Born at the Right Time: A History of the Baby-Boom Generation (1996).
Petrou, M. Renegades: Canadians in the Spanish Civil War (2008).
Pitsula, J. M. Keeping Canada British: The Ku Klux Klan in 1920s Saskatchewan (2013).
Prentice, A., et al. Canadian Women: A History (1998).
Roberts, B. Whence They Came: Deportation from Canada, 1900-1935 (1998).
Taylor, D. For Dignity, Equality and Justice: A History of the Saskatchewan Government Employees’ Union (1984).
Tischler, K. “The German-Canadians in Saskatchewan with Particular Reference to the Language Problem, 1900-1930” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1978).
Toombs, M.P. “A Saskatchewan Experiment in Teacher Education, 1907-1917,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XVII, No. 1 (Winter, 1964), pp. 1-11.
Wagner, J. “The Deutscher Bund Canada in Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXXI, No. 2 (Spring, 1978), pp. 41-50.
Warren, J., and K. Warren. On the Side of the People: A History of Labour in Saskatchewan (2005).
Zuehlke, M. The Gallant Cause: Canadians in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939 (2007).
5. REGINA’S URBAN LANDSCAPE
Adams, D. L. “Floods and Flood Management in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan, 1882-1974.” (M.A. thesis, University of Calgary, 1974).
Bacher, J. C. Keeping to the Marketplace: The Evolution of Canadian Housing Policy (1993).
Beug, L. et al, eds., Regina’s Secret Spaces: Love and Lore of Local Geography (2006).
Bingaman, S. Storm of the Century: The Regina Tornado of 1912 (2011).
Brennan, J. W. “Business-Government Co-operation in Townsite Promotion in Regina and Moose Jaw, 1882-1903,” in Town and City: Aspects of Western Canadian Urban Development, ed. A. F .J. Artibise, pp 95-120 (1981).
——-. “Visions of a ‘City Beautiful’: The Origin and Impact of the Mawson Plans for Regina,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 46, No. 2 (Fall, 1994), pp. 19-33.
Chisholm, B., ed. Castles of the North: Canada’s Grand Hotels (2001).
Crossman, K. Architecture in Transition: From Art to Practice, 1885-1906 (1987).
Dawson, L. “The Evolution of Social Housing Policy in Saskatchewan: A Comparative Study of Regina and Moose Jaw, 1944-1982” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1996).
Ennals, P., and D. W. Holdsworth. Homeplace: The Making of the Canadian Dwelling Over Three Centuries (1998).
Flaman, B. Architecture of Saskatchewan: A Visual Journey, 1930-2011 (2013).
Harel, C-J. “Spatial Organization, Perception and Patterns of Mobility in a Railway City of the Great Plains: The Case of Regina” (M.A. thesis, University of Leicester, 2003).
Harris, R. Creeping Conformity: How Canada Became Suburban, 1900-1960 (2004).
Kalman, H. A History of Canadian Architecture, Vol. 2 (1964).
Laporte, R. E. “The Development of Parks in Regina, 1882-1930: Private Initiative and Public Policy” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1984).
Larmour, J. B. D. “Edgar Dewdney, Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories, 1879-1888” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, 1969).
Lipinski, G. M. “A Review and Post-Planning Evaluation of the Development of the Ross Industrial Park, Regina, Saskatchewan” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1984).
Maitland, L., J. Hucker, and S. Ricketts. A Guide to Canadian Architectural Styles 2nd ed., 2004).
McCudden, E. J. Barrack Rat: An Architect’s Story (1995).
Moser, J. L. “The Impact of City Council’s Decisions Between 1903 and 1930 on the Morphological Development of Regina” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1978).
Ralko, J. Building Our Future: A People’s Architectural History of Saskatchewan (2004).
Rasporich, A. and M. Foran, eds. Harm’s Way: Disasters in Western Canada (2004). Riddell, W. A. The Origin and Development of Wascana Centre (1992).
Robinson, M. E. Pile O’ Bones: History of Wascana Creek (1975).
Ross, D. G. “Population Growth, the Catalyst of Spatial Changes in Regina, 1945 to 1975, with a Projection to the Future” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1979).
Saskatchewan Association of Architects. Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan (1986). Thomas, L. H. “The Saskatchewan Legislative Building and its Predecessors.” Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Journal, Vol. 32, No. 7 (July 1955), pp. 248-52.
Vance, J. F. Death so Noble: Memory, Meaning and the First World War (1997). Wade, J. “Wartime Housing Limited, 1941-1947: Canadian Housing Policy at the Crossroads,” Urban Housing Review, Vol. XV, No. 1 (June 1986), pp. 41-50.
Willett, E. A Safe and Prosperous Future: 100 Years of Engineering and Geoscience Achievements in Saskatchewan (2006).
——-. Historic Walking Tours of Regina and Moose Jaw (2008).
Wood, R. et al. Regina’s Warehouse District (2012).
Wright, J. Crown Assets: The Architecture of the Department of Public Works, 1868-1967 (1997).
6. CIVIC POLITICS, GOVERNMENT AND SERVICES
Anderson, J. D. “The Municipal Government Reform Movement in Western Canada, 1850-1920,” in The Usable Urban Past: Planning and Politics in the Modern Canadian City, eds. A. F. J. Artibise and G. A. Stelter, pp. 73-111 (1979).
Archer, J. Honoured With the Burden: A History of the Regina Board of Education (1987).
Armstrong, C. and H. V. Nelles. Monopoly’s Moment: The Organization and Regulation of Canadian Utilities, 1830-1930 (1986).
Brennan, J. W., “A Populist in Municipal Politics: Cornelius Rink, 1909-1914,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring, 1995), pp. 63-86.
——. “From ‘Honest Connie’ to ‘Rockpile Rink’: The Political Rise and Fall of Cornelius Rink in 1930s Regina,” Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbane, Vol. XL, No. 2 (Spring, 2012 printemps), pp. 29-44.
——. “‘The Common people have spoken with a mighty voice’: Regina’s Labour City Councils, 1936-1939” Labour/Le travail, Vol. 71, (Spring, 2013), pp. 49-86.
Brennan, P. H. “Public Works Relief in Saskatchewan Cities, 1929-1940” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1981).
——-. “‘Thousands of our men are getting practically nothing at all to do’: Public Works Relief Programs in Regina and Saskatoon, 1929-1940,” Urban History Review, Vol. XXI, No. 1 (October, 1992), pp. 33-45.
Colligan-Yano, F., and M. Norton. The Urban Age: Building a Place for Urban Government in Saskatchewan (1996).
Donais, D. “The Establishment and Development of the Penal System of the North- West Territories and Saskatchewan, 1880-1946” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 2001).
Feather, J. “Hospitals in Saskatchewan in Territorial Days,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XL, No. 2 (Spring, 1987), pp. 62-71.
Hatcher, C. Saskatchewan’s Pioneer Streetcars: The Story of the Regina Municipal Railway (1971).
Hengen, G. “A Case Study in Urban Reform: Regina Before the First World War,” Saskatchewan History, Vol XLI, No. 1 (Winter, 1988), pp. 19-34.
Love, R. S. Dreaming Big: A History of Sasktel (2003).
——-. “‘A Harebrained Plan’: Saskatchewan and the Formation of a Provincial Telephone Policy, 1906-1912,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 57, No. 1 (Spring 2005), pp. 15-33.
——-. SaskTel: The Biography of a Crown Corporation and the Development of Telecommunications in Saskatchewan (2003).
Norton, M. The New Urban Age: Bridging to Our Future as Urban Government in Saskatchewan (2005).
Pitsula, J. M. Helping Families Through Life: A History of Family Service Regina (2001).
Rediger, P. The Crowns: A History of Public Enterprise in Saskatchewan (2004).
Reid, A. N. “Informal Town Government in Regina, 1882-3,” Saskatchewan History, Vol VI, No. 3 (Autumn, 1953), pp. 81-88.
Skinner, S., O. Driedger and B. Grainger. Corrections: An Historical Perspective of the Saskatchewan Experience (1981).
Stewart, W., M.J.: The Life and Times of M. J. Coldwell (2000).
Taylor, J. “Mayors à la Mancha: An Aspect of Depression Leadership in Canadian Cities.” Urban History Review, Vol. IX, No. 3 (February 1981), pp. 3-14.
——-. “Urban Autonomy in Canada: Its Evolution and Decline,” in The Canadian City: Essays in Urban and Social History, eds G. A. Stelter and A. F. J. Artibise, pp. 478-500 (1984).
——-. “Urban Social Organization and Urban Discontent: The 1930s,” in Western Perspectives 1, ed. D. J. Bercuson, pp. 33-44 (1974).
White, C. O. Power for a Province: A History of Saskatchewan Power (1976). Young, W. D. “M. J. Coldwell, the Making of a Social Democrat,” Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. IX, No. 3 (August, 1974), pp 50-60.
7. EDUCATION, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL LIFE, SPORTS AND RECREATION
Bessai, D. “The Prairie Theatre and the Playwright,” in The Making of the Modern West: Western Canada Since 1945, ed. A. W. Rasporich, pp. 209-216 (1984).
Bingaman, S. Breaking 100: A Century of Women’s Golf in Saskatchewan (1996).
——-. For the Love of the Game: Tennis in Saskatchewan, 1883-2001 (2004).
——-. Spinning into the Spotlight: Figure Skating in Saskatchewan, 1883-1996 (2000). Burianyk, K. “The ‘Home Front’ in Regina During world War II” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 2003).
Calder, B., and G. Andrews. Rider Pride: The Story of Canada’s Best-Loved Football Team (1984).
Calder, B., et al. Saskatchewan Roughriders: First 100 Years (2009).
Chaput, J. Saskatchewan Sports Legends: One Hundred Years of Athletic Distinction (2005).
Cotcher, M. “A National Organization in a Prairie City: The Regina Voice of Women, 1961-1963,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 56, No. 1 (Spring, 2004), pp. 21-29.
Emery, G. The Methodist Church on the Prairies, 1896-1914 (2001). Gerein, F. Outline History of the Archdiocese of Regina (1961).
Gray, J. H. Bacchanalia Revisited: Western Canada’s Boozy Skid to Social Disaster (1982).
——-. Booze: The Impact of Whiskey of the Prairie West (1972).
——-. Red Lights on the Prairies (1971).
Hack, P., and D. Shury. Wheat Province Diamonds: A Story of Saskatchewan Baseball (1997).
Harvey, J. “The Regina Council of Women, 1895-1929” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1991).
Hayden, D. Let the Bells Ring: Knox-Metropolitan United Church, Regina, 1882-1982: An Illustrated History (1981).
Heron, C. Booze: A Distilled History (2003).
Hewitt, S. Spying 101: The RCMP’s Secret Activities at Canadian Universities, 1907-1997 (2002).
Horrall, S. W. “The (Royal) North-West Mounted Police and Prostitution on the Canadian Prairies,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Spring, 1985), pp. 105-127.
Hryniuk, M. “A Tower of Attraction”: An Illustrated History of Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan (1991).
Hughes, B. Regina Rams: A Winning Tradition (2003). Jameson, S. Chautauqua in Canada (1979).
Jones, D. C. Midways, Judges, and Smooth-Tongued Fakirs: The Illustrated Story of Country Fairs in the Prairie West (1983).
Kalmakoff, E. A. “Woman Suffrage in Saskatchewan” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1983).
Kallman, H., G. Potvin, and K. Winters, eds. Encyclopedia of Music in Canada (1981).
Kelly, G. Green Grit: The Story of the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2001).
——-. The Grey Cup: A History (1999).
Kerr, D. A Book in Every Hand: Public Libraries in Saskatchewan (2005).
Knuttila, M., ed. Heritage and Hope: The University of Regina Into the 21st Century (2004).
Laverdure, P. Sunday in Canada: The Rise and Fall of the Lord’s Day (2004).
Lee, B. Love and Whisky: The Story of the Dominion Drama Festival, 1933-1972 (1982).
Lexier, R. “Economic Control Versus Academic Freedom: Ross Thatcher and the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, Saskatchewan History, Vol 54, No. 2 (Fall, 2002), pp. 18-30.
——-. “Linking the Past With the Future: Voice of Women in Regina,” Saskatchewan History, Vol 56, No. 2 (Fall, 2004), pp. 24-34.
——-. “Student Activism at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, 1961-1974” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 2002.
Leyton-Brown, K. “The Dales Athletic Club: Junior Football in Regina, 1928-1953,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 32, No. 1 (Spring, 2007), pp. 123-66.
MacDonnell, T. Daylight Upon Magic: The Royal Tour of Canada, 1939 (1989).
McWilliams, I. “The Regina Little Theatre Beginnings to 1933: People, Productions, Influence and Longevity,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 60, No. 2 (Fall, 2008), pp. 16-29.
Mein, S. A. G. Up the Johns! The Story of the Royal Regina Rifles (1992). Newman, P. C. Bronfman Dynasty: The Rothschilds of the New World (1978).
Noonan, B., D. Hallman, and M. Scharf, eds. A History of Education in Saskatchewan: Selected Readings (2006).
O’Neill, P. B. “Regina’s Golden Age of Theatre: Her Playhouses and Players,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1 (Winter, 1975), pp, 29-37.
——-. “Town Hall vs. the Barracks: Theatre in Nineteenth Century Regina,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring, 1996), pp. 1-15.
Pacholik, B., and J. G. Pruden. Sour Milk and Other Saskatchewan Crime Stories (2007).
Pinno, E. “Temperance and Prohibition in Saskatchewan” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, 1971).
Pitsula, J.M. An Act of Faith: The Early Years of Regina College (1988).
——-. “History, Myth and the University of Saskatchewan, 1907-1974,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 55, No. 2 (Fall, 2003), pp. 27-41.
——-. As One Who Serves: The Making of the University of Regina (2006).
——-. For All We Have and Are: Regina and the Experience of the Great War (2008).
——-. The New World Dawning: The Sixties at Regina Campus (2008).
Riddell, W. A. The First Decade: A History of the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, 1960-1970 (1974).
Rodwell, L. “The Saskatchewan Association of Music Festivals,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XVI, No. 1 (Winter, 1963), pp. 1-21.
Routledge, P. D. “The North-West Mounted Police and Their Influence of the Sporting and Social Life of the North-West Territories, 1870-1904” (M.A. thesis, University of Alberta, 1978).
Rutherford, P. When Television Was Young: Primetime Canada, 1952-1967 (1990).
Schmalz, W. On Air: Radio in Saskatchewan (1990).
Seiler, R. M. “Movie Exhibition on the Prairies: The Case of the Allens, 1910-1915,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 31, No. 1 (Spring 2006), pp. 71-84.
Sheehan, D., and R. Oosten. Behind the Badge: History of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police “Depot” Division (2006).
Shepard, R. B. “Symbol of Empire: Government House, Regina,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XXXVI, No. 1 (Winter, 1983), pp. 20-30.
Skene, R. “C. P. Walker and the Business of Theatre: Merchandizing Entertainment in a Continental Context,” in The Political Economy of Manitoba, ed. J. S. Silver and Hull, pp. 128-150 (1990).
Stamp, R. J. Kings, Queens and Canadians (1987).
——-. The World of Tomorrow: A View of Canada in 1939 (1985). Stoffel, H., ed. Saskatchewan Sports: Lives Past and Present (2007). Stuart, E. R. The History of Prairie Theatre (1984).
Stubbs, L. St. G. Shoestring Glory: A Prairie History of Semi-Pro Ball (1986).
Tyre, R. Tales Out of School: A History of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (1968).
Vanstone, R. West Riders Best, 1966: Before, Then and After (2009).
Vipond, M. Listening In: The First Decade of Canadian Broadcasting, 1922-1932 (1992).
Wagner, A. Contemporary Canadian Theatre: New World Visions (1985). Wagner, B. “A Form of Insanity: The Impact of Television on Saskatchewan in the 1950s and 1960s,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 32, No. 2, (Fall, 2007), pp. 383-406.
Waiser, B. Saskatchewan’s Playground: A History of Prince Albert National Park (1989). Zeman, B. Hockey Heritage: 88 Years of Puck Chasing in Saskatchewan, (1983).
8. PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL POLITICS
Barnhart, G. L. “Peace, Progress and Prosperity”: A Biography of Saskatchewan’s First Premier, T. Walter Scott (2000).
——-, ed. Saskatchewan Premiers of the Twentieth Century (2004). Blakeney, A. An Honourable Calling: Political Memoirs (2008).
Borch, P. “The Rise and Decline of the Saskatchewan Waffle, 1966-1973” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 2005).
Brennan, J. W. “A Political History of Saskatchewan, 1905-1929” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alberta, 1976).
Briens, A. “The 1960 Saskatchewan Provincial Election” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 2004).
Brownsey, K. D. “Party and Movement: A Case Study of Medicare and the 1964 Saskatchewan Provincial Election” (M.A. thesis, University of Victoria, 1984).
Bryant, C. Y. “‘To the Fairmindedness of Men’: Female Suffrage in Saskatchewan, 1912-1916” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1988).
Cline, E. Making a Difference: Reflections from Political Life (2008).
deClearcy, C. “Woman and the Public Sphere in Saskatchewan, 1905-2005,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 32, No. 2 (Fall, 2007), pp 357-82.
Dosman, J. A. H. “The Medical Care Issue as a Factor in the Electoral Defeat of the Saskatchewan Government in 1964” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1969).
Eisler, D. Rumours of Glory: Saskatchewan and the Thatcher Years (1987).
Fenwick, C. M. “‘Building the Future in a Steady but Measured Pace’: A Political Biography of Marjorie Cooper Hunt, 1902-1984” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1999).
——-. “‘Building the Future in a Steady but Measured Pace’: The Respectable Feminism of Marjorie Cooper,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 54, No. 1 (Spring, 2002), pp. 18-34.
Hoffman, G. J. “The Saskatchewan Provincial Election of 1934: Its Political, Economic and Social Background” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, 1973).
Johnson, A. W. Dream No Little Dreams: A Biography of the Douglas Government of Saskatchewan, 1944-1961 (2004).
Kalmakoff, E. “Woman Suffrage in Saskatchewan” (M.A. thesis, University of Regina, 1993).
Koester, C. B. Mr. Davin, M.P.: A Biography of Nicholas Flood Davin (1980).
Leeson, H. A., ed. Saskatchewan Politics: Into the Twenty-First Century (2001). Leeson, H. Saskatchewan Politics: Crowding the Centre (2008).
Lipset, S. M. Agrarian Socialism: The Co-operative Commonwealth Federation in Saskatchewan (1950).
Marchildon, G. P., ed. Making Medicare: New Perspectives on the History of Medicare in Canada (2012).
McLeod, T. H., and I. McLeod. Tommy Douglas: The Road to Jerusalem (1987). Mohamed, A. M. “Keep Our Doctors Committees in the Saskatchewan Medicare Controversy” (M.A. thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1963).
Murray, J. E. “The Contest for the University of Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. XII, No. 1 (Winter, 1959), pp. 1-22.
——-. “The Provincial Capital Controversy in Saskatchewan,” Saskatchewan History, Vol. V, No. 3 (Autumn, 1952). pp. 81-106.
Quiring, B., ed. Saskatchewan Politicians: Lives Past and Present (2004).
Smith, D. E. Prairie Liberalism: The Liberal Party in Saskatchewan, 1905-1971 (1975).
Spencer, D. Singing the Blues: The Conservatives in Saskatchewan (2007).
Canadian Historical Review, 1920-
Canadian Journal of History of Sport/Revue canadienne de l’histoire des sports, 1981- Histoire sociale/Social History, 1968-
Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, 1922- Journal of Canadian Studies, 1966-
Labour/Le travail, 1976-
Prairie Forum, 1976-
Saskatchewan History, 1948-
Urban History Review/Revue d’histoire urbaine, 1972-