Black Settlers of Alberta and Saskatchewan Historical Society
Archiving and documenting material to educate, promote, and officially recognize the historic role Black Settlers played in pioneering the lands that are now known as Alberta and Saskatchewan.
We Have a Dream
A tribute to the Black Settlers that Pioneered the lands that would become Alberta and Saskatchewan
Ackers, Allen, Alexander, Anderson, Bailey, Banner, Barzie, Beaver, Beely, Bell, Bluet, Boone, Bowden, Bowen, Boyd, Bradshaw, Brisco, Broadie, Brooks, Brown, Burton, Butler, Byars, Chaney, Carothers, Clemans, Cobbs, Coleman, Colton, Cooper, Cotton, Cowan Crawford, Croslin, Cross, Davis, Day, Edwards, Estes, Farrel, Fears, Ford, Flyndy, Gaston, Geary, Gerrard, Gordon, Grant, Green, Griffith, Hamilton, Hardin, Harding, Harper, Hayes, Henderson, Heslep, Hicks, Hinds, Holmes, Hooks, Hope, Houston, Howard, Hunt, Jackson, Jameson, Jamerson, Jefferies, Jefferson, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Kinamore, King, Kirk, Lafayette, Lane, Lee, Leffler, Lewis, Lindsey, Lipscombe, Lowe, Mack, Mapp, Martin, Matthews, Mayes, Maclntrye, Medlock, Melton, Miller, Moore, Moorehead, Munson, Murphy, Nelson, Oliver, Pankey, Pauley, Payne, Procter, Proctor, Risby,Roberts, Robinson, Ross, Sander, Saunders, Sayles, Shaw, Slater, Slaughter, Smith, Sneed, Strickland, Taylor, Thomas, Tole, Tucker, Turner, Tyler, Utendale, Walker, Watts, West, Whittaker, Williams, Woods, Wright, Yarborough
Sharing our History
The Black settlers of Alberta and Saskatchewan historical society wishes to pay tribute to all black settlers who came before us by preserving their stories, and ultimately their struggles and successes with all Canadians, thereby firmly establishing their place in Canadian history.More Video Interviews
What We Do
The Black Settlers of Alberta and Saskatchewan Historical Society (BSAS) research, compile, coordinate and centralize the history of Black Settlers in Alberta and Saskatchewan over the last century. All early Black Settlers and pioneers are dead and buried now… buried with them are their wonderful stories and rich histories.
BSAS wishes to pay tribute to all the Black Settlers who came before us by preserving their stories, and ultimately sharing their struggles and successes with all Canadians, thereby firmly establishing their place in Canadian History.Learn More
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