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USask Library and Archival Resources: Secondary Sources about USask History

A select bibliography of secondary sources on the history of the University of Saskatchewan.

Books and Articles about the History of the University of Saskatchewan

Facts about the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon-Regina. Unpublished, [1960].

Avery, Cheryl. "Oasis for Learning: Landscaping the University of Saskatchewan". Saskatoon History Review 21 (2007), 11-24.

Hayden, Michael. Seeking a Balance: The University of Saskatchewan 1907-1982. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1983.

Hayden, Michael. "Why Are All Those Names on the Wall? The University of Saskatchewan and World War I". Saskatchewan History 58, no. 2 (2006): 4.14.

Jantz, Betty and Louise Barak. University of Saskatchewan: A Photo Album. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1997.

Kerr, Don. "Building the University of Saskatchewan, 1907-1930". Prairie Forum 5 (1980): 157-81 [available in Don Kerr fonds]

King, Carlyle. Extending the Boundaries: Scholarship and Research at the University of Saskatchewan 1909-1966. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1967.

King, Carlyle. The First Fifty: Teaching, Research and Public Service at the University of Saskatchewan, 1909-1959. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, 1959.

Lamb Drover, Victoria. "A place for everyone, but everyone in their place: the inclusion of female students, staff, and faculty at the University of Saskatchewan, 1907-1922." M.A. Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 2009.

Lamb Drover, Victoria. "Presbyterian Professor on the Prairies: The role east-coast Presbyterian faith played in ensuring co-education for women in Canada's prairies, 1907-1937." Paper presented to Biennial Boston College Conference on the History of Religion, March 2012.

McLeod, T.H. (chair). Report of the Committee on the Role of the University of Saskatchewan within the Community. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1972.

Morris, James Percival. A Study of the Socio-Intellectual-Cultural Climate of the University of Saskatchewan. Unpublished Master's thesis. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1969.

Morton, A.S., revised and edited by Carlyle King. Saskatchewan: The Making of a University. Toronto: University of Toronto Press for University of Saskatchewan, 1959.

Morton, A.S., introduction and annotations by Cheryl Avery and Patrick Hayes. "Written in Letters of Gold": A.S. Morton's History of the University of Saskatchewan's First 25 Years. University Essays, 2006.

Murray, Jean. "The Contest for the University of Saskatchewan". Saskatchewan History 12 (1959): 1-22.

Pitsula, James M. "Manly Heroes: The University of Saskatchewan and the First World War". In Paul Stortz and E. Lisa Panayotidis, eds., Cultures, Communities, and Conflict: Histories of Canadian Universities and War. University of Toronto Press, 2012.

Spafford, Duff. "University of Saskatchewan Pottery". Saskatoon History Review 21 (2007), 44-49.

Spinks, J.W.T. Decade of Change: The University of Saskatchewan 1959-1970. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1972.

Taft, Michael. Inside These Greystone Walls: An Anecdotal History of the University of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1984.

Tennant, Colin and Andrew Wallace. "Sustainable Planning at the University of Saskatchewan". Saskatoon History Review 24 (2011), 32-40.

Thomas, Lewis Herbert. The University of Saskatchewan, 1909-1959. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan, 1959.

Thompson, W.P. The University of Saskatchewan: A Personal History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1970.

Thomson, James Sutherland. Yesteryears at the University of Saskatchewan 1937-1949. Saskatoon: Modern Press, 1969.