Manitoba History: Number 57, February 2008

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Performers in the CKY radio studio, 1930s.
Source: MTS Allstream.

Inset photographs on the back cover:
Top, Murder Oak near Portage la Prairie, 2006, Glen Suggett.
Middle, Emma Goldman, 1901, US Library of Congress.
Bottom, Members of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly on the Hudson Bay Railway’s first passenger train to Churchill, June 1930. Archives of Manitoba, Events 260.

This full issue is also available in PDF format.

“Apostle of Anarchy:” Emma Goldman’s First Visit to Winnipeg in 1907
by Paul Burrows

Public Service Broadcasting and Winnipeg Listeners in the 1930s
by Mary Vipond

Commemorating the Construction of the Hudson Bay Railway
by Parks Canada

Picture the Map: An Online Cartographic Collection of Manitoba History Using Flickr
by Larry Laliberte

The Murder Oak: A Tale of Tragedy and Justice
by Glen Suggett

Documents & Archives:
The Nor'Wester Comes to Red River

J. W. Chafe: Winnipeg’s Renaissance Man
by Warren Chafe

Frederick Philip Grove: Reexamining a Prominent Prairie Writer
by Klaus Martens


Barbara Belyea, Dark Storm Moving West
by I. S. MacLaren

Klaus Martens, Over Canadian Trails: F. P. Grove in New Letters and Documents
by Doug Ramsey

Deidre Simmons, Keepers of the Record: The History of the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives
by Robert Coutts

Cliff White and E. J. (Ted) Hart, The Lens of Time: A Repeat Photography of Landscape Change in the Canadian Rockies
by Gordon Goldsborough

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