Here are some resources with some more information about Black Settlers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Canada as a whole.

Black Settlers Canada

Some information about Black History in Canada.

Shiloh Baptist Cemetery

Information about the Shiloh Baptist Cemetery in Saskatchewan.

The Story of Toles School

Canadian History Museum article on the Toles School in Amber Valley.

The Road Taken

1966 documentary about Black sleeping-car porters titled "The Road Taken", produced by Selwyn Jacob.

We Are Roots

A documentary by Bailey and Soda Films chronicling the triumphs of Alberta's black pioneering families.

Alberta's Black Pioneer Heritage

Alberta Online Encyclopedia; provides information about black pioneers and their heritage.

Provincial Archives of Alberta

Link to the Provincial Archives of Alberta website.

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