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Prairie History: Number 3, Fall 2020

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Prairie History #3

The contents of this issue, in early stages of preparation, are tentative.

The Canadian Prairies: A Boardwalk Writ Large
by Dale Barbour

Feature Articles

Sinclair Lewis and Northern Canadian Modernism in Saskatchewan, 1924
by George Colpitts

Looking Back at the 2016 Manitoba Election: The Engagement of Métis People
by Christopher Adams

Prairie Pageant

Memories of the Mid-Mountain General Store
by Shannon Moneo

Salvation of a Prairie Dog: The Survival Story of North America's Oldest Working Steam Locomotive
by Paul Newsome

Revolutionary Revenge on the Bay, April 1782
by Merv Ahrens

World-Famous Plants from Manitoba (and the Breeders Behind Them)
by Linda Dietrick

A Misleading Portrait: The Provisional Government of Assiniboia and the Creation of Manitoba
by Derrick M. Nault

Book Reviews

Tim Cook & J. L. Granatstein (eds.), Canada 1919: A Nation Shaped by War, UBC Press, 2020
by Jim Blanchard

Graham D. Taylor, Imperial Standards, Imperial Oil, Exxon, and the Canadian Oil Industry from 1880, University of Calgary Press, 2019
by Gordon Jaremko

Bettina Liverant, Buying Happiness: The Emergence of Consumer Consciousness in English Canada, UBC Press, 2018
by Michael Roberts

Barbara Belyea (ed.), Peter Fidler from York Factory to the Rocky Mountains, Columbia University Press, 2020
by Ted Binnema

Donica Belisle, Purchasing Power: Women and the Rise of Canadian Consumer Culture, University of Toronto Press, 2020
by Beatrice Craig

Esyllt W. Jones, Radical Medicine: The International Origins of Socialized Health Care in Canada, ARP Books, 2019
by Helen Vandenberg

Bill Waiser, In Search of Almighty Voice: Resilience and Reconciliation, Fifth House Publishers, 2020
by Don Smith

L. K. Bertram, The Viking Immigrants: Icelandic North Americans, University of Toronto Press, 2020
by Ryan Eyford

Paul D. Earl, The Rise and Fall of United Grain Growers, Cooperatives, Market Regulations and Free Enterprise, University of Manitoba Press, 2019
by Nolan Brown

Arthur Ross, Communal Solidarity, Immigration, Settlement, and Social Welfare in Winnipeg’s Jewish Community, 1882–1930, University of Manitoba Press, 2019
by Kurt Korneski

Artifactual

Layers of a Letter: Lakota History, Language, and Voices in the Archives
by Claire Thompson

Prairie Gazette

Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 Culture
by Kristin Catherwood

Back Home on the Range: Bison on the Prairies

HBC Royal Charter Exhibited in Canada

Inuit Art Centre to Open Soon in Winnipeg

Regeneration of Places of Faith: The Saskatchewan Experience

Former Portage la Prairie Indian Residential School Designated a National Historic Site

Page revised: 21 October 2020

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