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Below is a comprehensive list of websites reflecting information related to Alex Decoteau. Links which feature biographical information on Decoteau, his athletic achievements, his participation in Canada's military, music related to the war era, and links to aboriginal sites of interest. We hope these links are helpful!

Biographical Information

Prairie Gold Saskatchewan Sports
A biography on Alex Decoteau which contains a few factual errors.

Athletic Achievements

Sporting Heroes
1912 Olympic Games men's results

Sports History in Edmonton
Photographs from the City of Edmonton Archives remarkable collection

Alberta Sports Hall of Fame
2001 Hall of Fame Inductees, Alex Decoteau nominated for the Pioneer Award


Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Record of Commemoration for Alex Decoteau

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Display
Display of record of commemoration

Remembering Our Heroes: Saskatchewan First Nations Veterans
Contains information on First Nation heroes with profiles and images

War Era Music

National Library of Canada
Contains real audio of popular songs 1914-1918, biographies, and mp3s, discographic information

Sheet Music from Canada's Past
Sheet music from the pre-confederation era and the First World War

Music From the Home Front
Article on Canadian Sheet Music from the First World War

Aboriginal Studies

Runners of the Plains
Short comment on Aboriginal runners. Features Alex Decoteau among others

Aboriginal Faces of Saskatchewan
Contains images, stories and achievements of Aboriginal men and women 




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