Archer, John Hall
ARCHER, John Hall
ARCHER, John Hall. Canadian, b. 1914. Genres: Children's non-fiction, History. Career: President Emeritus, University of Regina, since 1976 (President, 1974-76; Professor of History, 1976-80). Legislative Librarian, Saskatchewan, 1951-64; Assistant Clerk of Legislature, Saskatchewan, 1956-61; Provincial Archivist, 1957-62; Director of Libraries McGill University, Montreal, 1964-67; University Archivist and Associate Professor of History, Queen's University, Kingston; Principal, University of Saskatchewan, 1970-74. Publications: Historic Saskatoon, 1948; (co-author) The Story of a Province: A Junior History of Saskatchewan, 1955; (co-author) The Hudson's Bay Route, 1957; (co-author) Footprints in Time: Saskatchewan, 1967; Order of Canada, 1982; Honoured with the Burden: History of Regina Board of Education, 1987; (co-author) Bernard Amtman: A Personal Memoir, 1987. EDITOR: Search for Stability, 1958; West of Yesterday, 1967; Land of Promise, 1970; Saskatchewan History; Americana; A History of Saskatchewan, 1980. Contributor to reference books. Address: 1530 MacPherson Ave, Regina, SK, Canada S4S 4C9.