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Manitoba
History

No. 86


This Old
Elevator


Abandoned
Manitoba


Memorable
Manitobans


Historic Sites
of Manitoba

Scott Stephen

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Scott Stephen
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Historian.

He completed a PhD in History at the University of Manitoba in 2006, examining the early personnel policies of the Hudson’s Bay Company. He is now an historian for Parks Canada where he is developing exhibits at Rocky Mountain House, Lower Fort Garry, and York Factory.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

James McKay: Métis Trader, Guide, Interpreter and MLA
Manitoba History, Number 58, June 2008

Review: Michael Payne, The Fur Trade in Canada: An Illustrated History
Manitoba History, Number 59, October 2008

‘Covenant Servants’: Contract, Negotiation, and Accommodation in Hudson Bay, 1670–1782
Manitoba History, Number 60, February 2009

Review: Gregory P. Marchildon (editor), The Early Northwest
Manitoba History, Number 61, Fall 2009

“Assistant to York:” The Ambiguous Role of Flamborough House, 1749–1759
Manitoba History, Number 62, Winter 2009

Review: Ann M. Carlos & Frank D. Lewis, Commerce by a Frozen Sea: Native Americans and the European Fur Trade
Manitoba History, Number 67, Winter 2012

James Isham (c1716-1761): How an Eighteenth Century Fur Trader is Influencing Canada Today
Manitoba History, Number 68, Spring 2012

Founding The Nor’Wester
Manitoba History, Number 70, Fall 2012

The Fork in the Road: Red River, Retrenchment, and the Struggle for the Future of the Hudson’s Bay Company
Manitoba History, Number 71, Winter 2012

Page revised: 13 May 2016

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