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W. N. Sage, Amor De Cosmos, Journalist and Politician. British Columbia Historical Quarterly, V. 8, N. 3, July 1944, pp. 189-212: , 1944.
W. N. Sage, The Annexationist Movement in British Columbia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, Third Series, Section II, V. 21, 1927, pp. 97-110: , 1927.
H. F. Angus, Howay, F. W., and Sage, W. N., British Columbia and the United States: the north Pacific slope from fur trade to aviation. New Haven; Toronto: The Ryerson press, 1942.
W. N. Sage, British Columbia Becomes Canadian (1871-1901). Queen's Quarterly, V. 52, N. 2, 1944: , 1944.
W. N. Sage, Canada : The Neighbor to the North. The Pacific Historical Review, V. 20, N. 2, May 1951, pp. 111-121: , 1951.
W. N. Sage, The Chronicles of Thomas Sprott. Kingston: The Jackson Press, 1916.
W. N. Sage, Coal-seekers on Peace River, 1903. British Columbia Historical Quarterly, V. 14, Nos. 1-2, Jan-Apr 1950, pp. 83-108: , 1950.
W. N. Sage, The Critical Period of British Columbia History, 1866-1871. The Pacific Historical Review, Dec 1932, pp. 424-443: , 1932.
W. N. Sage, Early Days of the Church of England on the Pacific Slope, 1579-1879. Montreal: Canadian Church Historical Society, 1953.
W. N. Sage, From Colony to Province: The Introduction of Responsible Government in British Columbia. British Columbia Historical Quarterly, V. 3, N. 1, 1939, pp. 1-14: , 1939.
W. N. Sage, Garnett Gladwin Sedgewick, 1882-1949 : reprinted from the proceedings of the Royal Society of Canada. 1950.
W. N. Sage, Geographical and cultural aspects of the five Canadas. Canadian Historical Association Report, 1937, pp. 28-34: , 1937.
W. N. Sage, Governor Douglas and the Establishment of the Gold Colony. Canadian Historical Review, V. 11, 1921, pp. 340-359: , 1921.
W. N. Sage and Elliott, T. C., Governor George Simpson at Astoria in 1824. Oregon Historical Quarterly, V. 30, 1929, p. 106-110: , 1929.
W. N. Sage, Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada: The Canoe Route : A Preliminary Statement. n.p., n.d: , Submitted.
W. N. Sage, The Historical Peculiarities of Canada with Regard to Hemisphere Defense. Pacific Historical Review, V. 10, N. 1, Mar. 1941, pp. 15-27: , 1941.
W. N. Sage, James Douglas on the Columbia: Read before the Annual Meeting of the Members of the Oregon Historical Society, October 23, 1926. Oregon Historical Quarterly, V. 27, N. 4, Dec 1926: , 1926.
W. N. Sage, John Foster McCreight, The First Premier of British Columbia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 3rd Series, Section II, V. 34, 1940, pp. 173-185: , 1940.
W. N. Sage, The North-West Mounted Police and British Columbia. Pacific Historical Review, V. 18, N. 3, Aug 1949, 345-361: , 1949.
W. N. Sage, Place of Fort Vancouver in the History of the Northwest. Pacific Northwest Quarterly, V. 39, N. 2, pp. 83-102, Apr 1948: , 1948.
W. N. Sage, The position of the lieutenant-governor in British Columbia in the years following Confederation. from Ralph Flenley's Essays in Canadian History presented to George MacKinnon Wrong on his eigthieth birthday, The Macmillan Company, Toronto, 1939, pp. 178-203: , 1939.
W. N. Sage, "Record of a Trip to Dawson, 1898": The Diary of John Smith. British Columbia Historical Quarterly, V. 16, Nos. 1-2, Jan/Apr 1952, pp. 67-97: , Submitted.
W. N. Sage, Richard C. Moody letters. 1951.
W. N. Sage, Robie Lewis Reid (1866-1945) - the Royal Society of Canada. Royal Society of Canada, 1940.
W. N. Sage, Sir James Douglas. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1930.