How Koda!

"Hau Koda? Thanks for being here!"

This website is dedicated to a much cherished enduring friendship. It's been constructed as our way of saying thanks for the memories, and for coming to visit as often as you do. Hurry back! "We'll feed you good."

It's also dedicated to "reasonably exhaustive searches." Those are absolutely crucial if your genealogical research is going to lead to reliable results. It will only be when you have reconciled all of the many, many, many contradictions you will undoubtedly find, in 'the paper trail,' that your work will be done. "Nuff said, at least for the moment!" It's as simple as that! But ...... please make the effort and learn as much as you can about the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS).

Urging you to do that, by the way, is the most important of any suggestion that we can give.

It has not gone without notice that many in the White Cap community are intensely involved in studies of their families. We sincerely hope that this website will somehow, or other, be helpful to those people, and to others. It will always be a ‘work-in-progress.’ We hope to periodically add links and comment that may help the genealogists and family historians who visit here. And we sure hope that some of you will do the same by using the Suggestion Form found below, on the left side of this page, to send your recommendations. We will be happy to post those for you.

Cheers! ................................................................................................................................................................................. Lew and Dorothy

Post Script: Click 'there' for background music you will certainly enjoy. Set the volume to where you would like it to be, then minimize that You Tube page and activate your web-browser, again, and revisit (and study) this page. Where?
THERE!

animated gif Links to a number of entries that focus upon Littlecrow family members may now be found under “Historic Newspaper Clippings” and “Photographs,” found below. (See also Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940 › Rosebud › Brule Sioux › 1897-1900 › Page 556.) And see, also,
Geographic names of Saskatchewan by Bill Barry Regina, Sask. : People Places Publishing, 2005, p. 247 concerning the dedication of Littlecrow Lake.)

Lew's Views

Newspapers on Microfilm - Thar's gold in them thar hills!  It certainly is a time consuming and tedious exercise, but, for genealogists who are also family historians, the most rewarding efforts can be the study of historic newspapers that are now recorded on microfilm.  You might and probably will reap huge rewards from your careful study of reels found in Saskatoon.  Editions of The Star Phoenix (Saskatoon) (formerly Daily Phoenix) from 1902 until ‘last week,’ and of The Saskatoon Daily Star from 1912 until June 1928, are at U. of S. Campus location of the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan there.

Except for many at our national archives, the best Canadian genealogical website, search engine-wise, instruction-wise and otherwise, I do think, is GenealogyInTimeMagazine.                                                                                                           Lew