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John C. Lehr

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John C. Lehr
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Educator.

He is a retired Professor of historical geography at the University of Winnipeg, specializing in Ukrainian settlement in western Canada and South America, communal settlements in Canada and Israel, and provincial parks in Manitoba. He was President of the Manitoba Historical Society from 1998 to 2000, and he organized numerous popular and informative field trips for the society.

He is author of Community and Frontier: A Ukrainian Settlement in the Canadian Parkland, co-author of Inside the Ark: The Hutterites in Canada and the United States, co-author of Trailblazers: The Lives and Times of Michael and Muriel (Smith) Ewanchuk, and co-author of The Last Best West: Essays on the Historical Geography of the Canadian Prairies.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Review:
Michael Ewanchuk, Spruce, Swamp and Stone: A History of the Pioneer Ukrainian Settlements in the Gimli Area
Manitoba History, Number 1, 1981

Review:
Catherine Macdonald, A City at Leisure: An Illustrated History of Parks and Recreation Services in Winnipeg, 1893-1993
Manitoba History, Number 35, Spring/Summer 1998

Review:
Rosa Bruno-Jofré and Natalia Aponiuk (editors), Educating Citizens for a Pluralistic Society
Manitoba History, Number 46, Autumn/Winter 2003-2004

Mapping Hutterite Colony Diffusion in North America
Manitoba History, Number 53, October 2006

“Graven Images of a Closed Society:” The Huron Hutterite Colony, 1920s
Manitoba History, Number 54, February 2007

The Geography of Bilingual Schools in Manitoba
Manitoba History, Number 61, Fall 2009

Review: Allan Levine, Coming of Age: A History of the Jewish People of Manitoba
Manitoba History, Number 63, Spring 2010

Page revised: 4 July 2016

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