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Memorable Manitobans: The Homes

Ross House Louis Riel Dalnavert Museum Nellie McClung

The Manitoba Historical Society is looking for the homes of Manitoba’s most memorable citizens.

Selection criteria:

  • A nominee may be from any walk of life, living or deceased, but their home must still exist.
  • The nominated residence should not already have provincial or national recognition.
  • Where a nominee has had multiple residences, the one where they made their greatest contributions should be listed.

See also:

Email the Memorable Manitobans: The Homes Coordinator at homes@mhs.mb.ca

Memorable Manitobans
A collection of noteworthy Manitobans of the past, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.

Historic Sites of Manitoba
An interactive map of Manitoba, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society, showing the locations of museums, historical buildings, monuments, cemeteries, archives, and other noteworthy historical sites.

Manitoba’s Famous Homes
A collection of addresses and the noteworthy Manitobans who lived at them, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.

London Blue Plaques
The oldest commemorative plaque program in the world, started in 1867, London Blue Plaques are the model for Memorable Manitobans: The Homes.

Page revised: 29 December 2020

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