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Scott Berthelette

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In May 2014, he will be graduating from the Joint Masters Program in History from the University of Manitoba. He has previously presented at the University of Ottawa’s 9th Annual Pierre Savard Conference, and was the recipient of the award for best paper. He subsequently published an article titled “La Vérendrye’s ‘Middle Ground:’ Village and Imperial Politics in the Northwest, 1731-1743” in Strata, the University of Ottawa Graduate Student History Review. In spring 2013, he received the Martin Kavanagh-Gaultier LaVerendrye Fellowship from St. Paul’s College at the University of Manitoba.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

The Making of a Manitoban Hero: Commemorating La Vérendrye in St. Boniface and Winnipeg, 1886-1938
Manitoba History, Number 74, Winter 2014

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This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 23 January 2014

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