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Manitoba History: Manitoba Bibliography / 2004

by Jim Blanchard
University of Manitoba Libraries

Number 50, October 2005

This article was published originally in Manitoba History by the Manitoba Historical Society on the above date. We make this online version available as a free, public service. As an historical document, the article may contain language and views that are no longer in common use and may be culturally sensitive in nature.

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Aiken, Don, and Chris Thain. It Happened in Manitoba: Stories of the Red River Province. Calgary, AB: Fifth House, 2004.

Barr, Elinor, and Betty Dyck. Ignace: A Saga of the Shield. Thunder Bay, ON: Singing Shield Productions, 2004.

Carstairs, Sharon, and Tim Higgins. Dancing Backwards – A Social History of Canadian Women in Politics. Winnipeg, MB: Heartland Associates Inc., 2004.

Chief Peguis Heritage Park (Man.). A Celebration of Red River Peoples. Selkirk, MB: Chief Peguis Heritage Park Inc., 2004.

Connor, R. D. The Expanding World of Physics at Manitoba: A Hundred Years of Progress: Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Manitoba, 2004.

Dempsey, Shawna, Alethea Lahofer, and Winnipeg Art Gallery. Live in the Centre: An Incomplete and Anecdotal History of Winnipeg Performance Art. Winnipeg, MB: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2004.

Dueck, Gustav, and Chortitzer Mennonite Conference. Chortitzer Mennonite Conference, 1874-1990. Steinbach, MB: Chortitzer Mennonite Conference, 2004.

Ebert, David. Predictive Modeling and the Ecology of Hunter-Gatherers of the Boreal Forest of Manitoba. BAR International Series 1221. Oxford, England: Archaeopress, 2004.

Edwards, William G. Stony: A History of Manitoba Penitentiary: Stony Mountain Institution. Stonewall, MB: Interlake Publishing, 2004.

Fort Garry Historical Society. Fort Garry Remembered II: Stories Collected in and about the RM of Fort Garry, Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Fort Garry Historical Society, 2004.

Giffen, P. James (edited with an afterword by Gerald Friesen). Rural Life: Portraits of a Prairie Town, 1946. Winnipeg, MB: University of Manitoba Press, 2004.

Gordon, Irene Ternier. Marie-Anne Lagimodiere: The Incredible Story of Louis Riel’s Grandmother. Amazing Stories; Variation: Amazing Stories (Canmore, Alberta). Canmore, AB: Altitude Pub. Canada, 2004.

Gordon, Irene, St. Charles Catholic Church (Winnipeg, Man.), and History Committee. St. Charles Catholic Church, 1854-2004. Winnipeg, MB: St. Charles Church History Committee, 2004.

Gourluck, Russ. A Store Like no Other: Eaton’s of Winnipeg. Winnipeg, MB: Great Plains Publications, 2004.

Hébert, Raymond. Manitoba’s French-Language Crisis: A Cautionary Tale. Montreal, PQ: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2004.

Huck, Barbara, and Doug Whiteway. St. Charles Country Club: A Centennial History. Winnipeg, MB. Heartland Associates Inc., 2004.

Jewish Historical Society of Western Canada. Members, Memoirs, Mezumen: Double Chai Anniversary of the Jewish Historical Society of Western Canada, 1968-2004. Winnipeg, MB: Jewish Historical Society of Western Canada, 2004.

Klassen History Book Committee. The Peter J. & Anna (Dueck) Klassen History Book, 1875-2004. Altona, MB: Klassen History Book Committee, 2004.

Manitoba Hydro. Manitoba Electrical Museum and Education Centre an Interactive Virtual Tour. Winnipeg, MB: Manitoba Hydro, 2004.

Mochoruk, James David. Formidable Heritage: Manitoba’s North and the Cost of Development, 1870 to 1930. Winnipeg, MB: University of Manitoba Press, 2004.

Palud-Pelletier, Noëlie. Louis, fils des Prairies. Saint-Boniface, MB: Les Éditions des Plaines, 2004.

Penziwol, Shelley. Storm Signals: A History of Weather in Manitoba. Winnipeg, MB: Great Plains Publications, 2004.

Pettinger, Raymond. Shoal Lake Businesses: 1874-2004. Shoal Lake, MM: R. Pettinger, 2004.

Rankin, Laird. The Return of the Nonsuch, The Ship that Launched an Empire. Winnipeg, MB: Heartland Associates Inc., 2004.

Redekop, Bill. Crime Stories: More of Manitoba’s Most Notorious Crimes. Winnipeg, MB: Great Plains Publications, 2004.

Rivers West Red River Corridor Inc. Settlers: Routes on the Red. Winnipeg, MB: Rivers West Red River Corridor Inc. 2004.

Rozumnyi, I. A. Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The Ukrainian Community in Canada: Proceedings. Winnipeg, MB: Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Canada, 2004.

Russell, Frances. Mistehay Sakahegan, the Great Lake: The Beauty and the Treachery of Lake Winnipeg. Winnipeg, MB: Heartland, 2004.

Schulz, Herbert. Betrayal: Agricultural Politics in the Fifties. Calgary, AB: University of Calgary Press, 2004.

Smith, Doug. Stickin’ to the Union: Local 224 Vs. John Buhler. Black Point, NS: Fernwood Books, 2004.

St-Onge, Nicole J. M., University of Regina, and Canadian Plains Research Center. Saint-Laurent, Manitoba: Evolving Metis Identities, 1850-1914. Canadian Plains Studies; 45. Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2004.

Walker, Jack (edited by Duncan Fraser). The Great Canadian Sedition Trials: 1919-1920, The Courts and the Winnipeg General Strike. Winnipeg, MB: Legal Research Institute, University of Manitoba & The Canadian Legal History Project, 2004.

Werner, Hans P. Integration in Two Cities a Comparative History of Protestant Ethnic German Immigrants in Winnipeg, Canada and Bielefeld, Germany, 1947-1989. 2004.


Bitterman, Rusty. The Limits of Rural Capitalism: Family, Culture, and Markets in Montcalm, Manitoba, 1870-1940. The Canadian Historical Review 85(3): 612, Sept. 2004.

Dooley, Chris. “They Gave Their Care, but We Gave Loving Care”: Defining and Defending Boundaries of Skill and Craft in the Nursing Service of a Manitoba Mental Hospital during the Great Depression. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 21(2): 229 - 251, 2004.

Duckworth, Harry W., and L. Gordon Goldsborough. Science Comes to Manitoba. Manitoba History 47: 2-16, 2004.

Epp, Peter J. Walking the Tightrope: Mennonite Entrepreneurs from Paraguay, Mexico and Belize in Manitoba. Journal of Mennonite Studies 22: 221-236, 2004.

Friesen, John J. Old Colony Theology, Ecclesiology, and Experience of Church in Manitoba. Journal of Mennonite Studies 22: 131-144, 2004.

Goldsborough, L. Gordon. Reginald Buller: The Poet-Scientist of Mushroom City. Manitoba History 47:17-41, 2004.

Green, Larry. “The House in Buffalo Country”: Hudson House on the North Saskatchewan River, 1778-1787. Saskatchewan History 56(1):30-39, 2004.

Hackett, Paul. Averting Disaster: The Hudson’s Bay Company and Smallpox in Western Canada during the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Bulletin of the History of Medicine 78(3):575-609, 2004.

Kelsch, Anne. Reconstructing the Historical Landscape through Alexander Henry’s Journal. North Dakota History 71(3-4): 31-42, 2004.

Mitchell, Tom. “Legal Gentlemen Appointed by the Federal Government”: The Canadian State, the Citizens’ Committee of 1000, and Winnipeg’s Seditious Conspiracy Trials of 1919 - 1920. Labour / Le Travail 53: 9-46, 2004.

Nerbas, Don. Wealth and Privilege: An Analysis of Winnipeg’s Early Business Elite. Manitoba History 47: 42-64, 2004.

Parting at the Crossroads: The Emergence of Education for Psychiatric Nursing in Three Canadian Provinces, 1909-1955. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 21(2): 253-279, 2004.

Swan, Ruth, and Edward A. Jerome. Indigenous Knowledge, Literacy and Research on Métisaage and Métis Origins on the Saskatchewan River: The Case of the Jerome Family. Prairie Forum 29(1): 1-24, Spring 2004.

Teller, James T., and David W. Leverington. Glacial Lake Agassiz: A 5000 year history of change and its relationship to the delta-18O record of Greenland. Geological Society of America Bulletin 116(5-6): 729-742, 2004.


Crippen, Carolyn L. Three Women Pioneers in Manitoba: Evidence of Servant-Leadership. Ph.D. Thesis, University of North Dakota, 2004.

Duval, Jacinthe. La situation des archives de communautes religieuses: Le cas des Soeurs Grises du Manitoba. M.A. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 2004.

Kozminski, Megan. Patrolling Winnipeg According to Order a Social History of Policing in a Prairie City, 1874-1900. M.A. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 2004.

Promislow, Janna Beth. Towards a Legal History of the Fur Trade: Looking for Law at York Factory, 1714–176. L.L.M. Thesis, York University, 2004.

Rokala, Kimberly. Shadow on the Prairie Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, a History in Documents. M.A. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 2004.

Tipliski, Veryl Margaret. Parting at the Crossroads: The Development of Education for Psychiatric Nursing in Three Canadian Provinces, 1909-1955. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 2004.

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