The Saskatchewan River - Highway Through History
Sam Waller Museum
The Pas, Manitoba
Chapter 7. Sources and Acknowledgements
Sources for Exhibit: The Historic Saskatchewan River "Highway" of The Pas and Region
"1912-1982 Town of The Pas 70th Anniversary and Homecoming" - Booklet
"50th Anniversary 1912-1962 The Pas, Manitoba, Canada Golden Jubilee Celebrations August 24-25-26, 1962" - Booklet
Dawson, Peter C., Ward, James, Peach, A. Kate, "The Fort Pascoyac Archaeological Survey, 1999, The Pas, Manitoba" (Department of Anthropology, University of Winnipeg)
Eyler, Philip L. "Transportation in Northern Manitoba". (Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature: Winnipeg, 1983)
Huck, Barbara. Exploring Fur Trade Routes of North America. (Winnipeg ; Heartland Publications Inc., 2000)
Johnson, Dennis F. Inland Armada The York Boats of the Hudson's Bay Company. (Selkirk, MB; Lower Fort Garry Volunteer Association Inc., 2005)
Losey, Elizabeth Browne. Let Them Be Remembered The Story of the Fur Trade Forts. (Vantage Press: New York, 1999)
The Mandy Mine. 7 September 1975. (Historic Resources Branch: 1981)
Manitoba An Adventure in Nature. Industry, Science and Technology Canada. Copyright Minister of Supply and Services Canada 1993 on behalf of ISTC - Tourism, Manitoba Region
Manitoba Vacation Handbook 1971. Department of Tourism, Recreation and Culture Affairs.
McCarthy, Martha. Harvesting the Northern Forest A History of the Forest Industry in The Pas and Area. (The Pas History and Heritage Society Inc.: The Pas, MB, 1997)
McCarthy, Martha. "Steamboats in Manitoba 1859-96". (Historic Resources Branch, 1986)
The Oldtimers, First People of the Land of the North Wind. (Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources, 1989)
Ould, Phil, Clay, Bob and Caldwell, Pat. "The Carrot River Triangle - Waterfowl Production Potential and Management Recommendations." (Ducks Unlimited (Canada); Winnipeg, MB, 1979)
Peel, Bruce. Steamboats on the Saskatchewan. (Prairie Books The Western Producer; Saskatoon, 1972.)
Robertson, Joe. From Prairie to Tundra as Trapper and Game Warden. (Joe Robertson: Dauphin, Manitoba, 1991).
The Pas Community Building and Court House. (Manitoba, Culture, Heritage and Recreation: Historic Branches, 1988)
The Pas Gateway to Northern Manitoba (The Pas Historical Society: The Pas, MB, 1983)
"THE PAS… A History 1970 Adventure & Romance" - Booklet
The Pas Moraine and the Mossy Portages. (Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources Branch, 1986)
Williams, Glyndwr (editor) and Galbraith, John S. (introduction). Simpson's Letters to London 1841-42. (The Hudson's Bay Record Society: London, 1973)
2We would like to thank to following organizations for the use of their images.
Archives of Manitoba
Historic Resources Branch MB Department of Culture, Heritage and Tourism
Library and Archives Canada.
3Finally, we give our heartfelt thanks to the many staff, board members, volunteers, community organizations and donors for the gifts of their time, efforts and donations over the years.
Sam Waller Museum (SWM) Board, Staff, Volunteers, and Donors
SWM Staff: Ron Scott, Sharain Jones, Stacy Ponask, Pam Whaley, Kerri Nutbrown, Crystal Gagnon, Pam Gagnon [contract staff: Avery Ascher, Mark Nabess]
SWM Board: Michael Wyman, David Raitt, Selvin Peter, Faye Kobelka, Bev MacTavish, Catherine Hembroff, Alvin Merasty, Robin Reader, Ken Gurba
SWM Volunteers: Ed Johanson, Walter Krivda, Peggy McCracken, Claude and June Joyal, Doug Goldstrand, Sue Karpick, Curly Lapointe, Jack and Barbara Lamb
Community Organizations: Kelsey School Division, The Rotary Club of The Pas, and the University College of the North
SWM Donors: over the years our founder, Mr. Sam Waller, and the staff who have followed, have been very grateful to receive many artifacts, photographs, documents, and oral histories into our collection.
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