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Prairie History: Number 1, Winter 2020

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Prairie History #1:
Prairie Storm Clouds
at Congress, Saskatchewan

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Welcome to Prairie History
by Robert Coutts

Feature Articles

“A Very Serious Matter”: The Manitoba Government’s Institution for People with Intellectual Disability
by Mary Horodyski

Far from the Madding Crowd: Space and Sound at Lower Fort Garry
by Scott P. Stephen

Prairie Pageant

The Claybank Brick Plant: Preserving a Canadian Treasure in Rural Saskatchewan
by Frank Korvemaker

John D. Atchison Was Here
by Gail Perry

1000 Words: Finlay Booth and a Manitoba Mystery
by James Kostuchuk

Book Reviews

David Tough, The Terrific Engine: Income Taxation and the Modernization of the Canadian Political Imaginary
by Christopher Adams

Jamie Benidickson, Levelling the Lake: Transboundary Resource Management in the Lake of the Woods Watershed
by Francis M. Carroll

Ian Kleinsasser, Blessings and Burdens: 100 Years of Hutterites in Manitoba
by Alvin J. Esau

Sandra Semchuk, The Stories Were Not Told: Canada’s First World War Internment Camps
by Jim Mochoruk

Elizabeth Mancke, Jerry Bannister, Denis McKim, and Scott W. See (editors), Violence, Order, and Unrest: A History of British North America 1749-1876
by Graham A. MacDonald

Jane Griffith, Words Have a Past: The English Language, Colonialism, and the Newspapers of Indian Boarding Schools
by Anne Lindsay

Tina Loo, Moved by the State: Forced Relocation and Making a Good Life in Postwar Canada
by C. J. Taylor

Jim Blanchard, A Diminished Roar: Winnipeg in the 1920s
by Scott P. Stephen


Material Culture as Metis Children’s History
by Erin Millions

Prairie Gazette

Conserving Heritage on the Prairies: How to Get Communities Engaged
by Glenn Sutter

Stanley Mission’s Holy Trinity Church
by Bill Waiser

Heritage Conservation in Edmonton: Caught Between the Extraordinary and the Ordinary
by Chris Wiebe

Inclusivity and Reconciliation at the Western Development Museum
by Kaiti Hannah and Elizabeth Scott

CBC’s ‘Original Voices’ Multimedia Platform for Indigenous Languages
by Sheila Grover

Symbolically Speaking
by Sheila Grover

Time to Review our Commemoration Programs
by Greg Thomas

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