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In our continuing series spotlighting provinces and territories of Canada, we focus today on Saskatchewan. As the middle Prairie Province, located between the provinces of Alberta on the west and Manitoba to the east, it is the only Canadian province whose boundaries are formed by lines of latitude and longitude versus natural features. With a population of approximately 1.1 million people, its two leading industries are mining and agriculture. With over ten percent of the land mass being occupied by lakes and rivers, fishing is also a major visitor attraction.
We have a few eBooks about Saskatchewan highlighting the prairie life and fishing. Sinclair Lewis wrote Mantrap, a fictional story based on a personal fishing trip on the Mantrap River in Saskatchewan. Prescott of Saskatchewan by Harold Bindloss is a story about life on the prairies. Canadian journalist and historian Howard Kennedy wrote The Book of the West, a historical telling of the development of the western provinces in the 1880’s and the North-West Rebellion of 1885.
Help us add more public domain books to Faded Page by volunteering to proofread a few pages! For more information, go to Distributed Proofreaders Canada.
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