Moose Jaw Normal School ~ Endless Echoes ~ BIBLIOGRAPHY

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More Careful Selection of Students to Mark Normal School Year. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. August 29, 1945. Google News Archives. Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Normalites are Strong. Will Meet D.B.C.’s in Cup Final in Moose Jaw; Have Good Team. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. March 19, 1930. Page 11. Date accessed June 3, 2013.

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New Normal School Staffs Are Announced. Many Changes in Personnel Necessitated by Establishment of School at Moose Jaw. The Morning Leader September 24, 1927. Page 17. Date accessed May 16, 2013.

New Teachers Prepare for Graduation. Moose Jaw produces 136 Teachers despite Hard Times. The Leader-Post. May 12, 1938. Page 6. Google News Archive. Quote “Teachers at present employed may threaten strikes, may point to the thousands of dollars back salary owing rural teachers and the all time low level of remuneration in the profession, but something remains attractive about being a teacher.”unquote Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Normal Schools add New Courses. The Leader-Post. August 30, 1945. Page 8. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 2, 2013.


Normal School Appointments are Announced. Principal at Saskatoon Will Be Replaced by Public Schools Superintendent. The Morning Leader. September 12, 1927. Page 10. Google News Archive Search. Quote Dr. J.S. Huff, principal of Saskatoon Normal School, has been appointed principal of the new Normal School at Moose Jaw….Dr. J.A. Snell, superintendent of public schools at Saskatoon, has been appointed to succeed Dr. Huff as principal of the Saskatoon Normal School…Dr. J. S. Huff, Saskatoon, who has been appointed principal of the new Normal School which is to be opened in Moose Jaw, September 28.”unquote Date accessed May 16, 2013.

Normal School Date Extended. Premier Announces Applications Will Be Received Up to September 1. The Leader-Post. August 18, 1933. Page 3. Date accessed June 3, 2013.

Normal School Dates for Next Term Are Set. The Leader-Post. March 3, 1931. Page 2. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 3, 2013.

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Normal School Planning Another Short Session. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. December 18, 1929. Page 3. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Normal School Sessions Open on September 3. The Leader-Post. May 20, 1935. Page 8. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Normal School Short Sessions for Teachers. Terms will be held at Regina, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw, Department Announces. The Morning Leader. October 29, 1928. Google News Archive. Date accessed May 16, 2013.

Normal School Students Complete Physical Exams. Many Candidates at Yorkton, Moose Jaw and Swift Current on the list of successful ones. The Saskatoon Phoenix. March 30, 1914. Page 3. Google News Archive. Quote “Certificates have been issued to the following persons who have completed the course in physical training in connection with the third class session of the Normal school held during the months of January and February…(28 teachers listed for Moose Jaw.)..”unQuote Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Normal Schools Will Stay Open. Report That Moose Jaw Institution to be Closed Denied by Premier. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. August 20, 1931. Page 3. Google News Archives. Date Accessed June 3, 2013.

Opening of Normal School Suggested. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. February 24, 1951. Page 7. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 2, 2013.

Painting Purchased. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. June 12, 1953. Page 4. Google News archive. Quote“The outgoing students of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ College at Moose Jaw have purchased a Saskatchewan work of art…the 1952-53 class has made this purchase as a memorial gift to the college…”unquote Date accessed June 4, 2013.


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Premier Backs Normal School for Moose Jaw. Gardiner States Government will ask Estimate for Third Such Institution. The Morning Leader. August 19, 1927. Google News Archive. QuoteIn reference to the selection of Moose Jaw for the location of the third normal school, Mr. Gardiner stated that a large majority of the students who presented themselves for normal school training lived in the more settled parts of the southern part of the province… Third Class sessions held at six local centres which took care of a large number of students… have been abandoned and the normal term extended to one year…”unQuote Date Accessed May 16, 2013.

Provincial Normal School Examination Results Announced. Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw Students to Get Interim Certificates. The Leader-Post. July 13, 1934. Page 7. Google News Archive. Date Accessed June 2, 2013.

Regina Normal School Will Be Closed Soon. September 1, 1944. Page 3. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 3, 2013.

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Room E Wins Music Award, The Leader-Post Moose Jaw Bureau. May 25, 1937. Page 6. Google News Archive. Date Accessed June 2, 2013.


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Saskatchewan Entries Win Easily in Sheep, Lamb Exhibits at Show. In classes mentioned exhibitors at feeder show from this province win ten prizes – success marks opening day. The Morning Leader. October 13, 1927. Page 18. Google News Archive. Quote “Some 300 students of the Moose Jaw Normal School will witness a demonstration of cattle in the sale ring at the feeder show tomorrow. They are to be taken to the stockyards in automobiles supplied by the Moose Jaw Board of Trade. George Murray, professor of agriculture at the Normal School, will be in charge of the group…..”unquote Date accessed June 3, 2013.

Saskatchewan Farmers may drift into Peasant Class States Speaker. Mrs. Ethel B. Summers addresses twelfth annual convention of provincial council of women at Moose Jaw Normal School. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. May 2, 1930. Page 7. Google News Archive. Date accessed June 3, 2013.

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