MHS Resources: Historic Sites of Manitoba
Searchable, Interactive Map of Historic Sites
This is an interactive, searchable map of Manitoba’s historic sites.
Select this link to go to the SEARCH PAGE to choose criteria for the historic sites that you wish to see on the MAP PAGE:
Keywords: Type any word or phrase, even a word fragment, and find all historic sites that contain it in their name or location. Create combinations of up to three successive keywords using AND, NOT, and OR.
Municipality: View only the historic sites contained within one of Manitoba’s urban and rural municipalities. The default choice is ALL of them.
Type: View only the historic sites of a specific kind: Buildings, Cemeteries, Locations, Monuments, Museums/Archives, and Others. The default choice is ALL of them.
Designated Sites: View only historic sites that have been designated as municipally, provincially, or nationally noteworthy. The default choice is ALL sites regardless of official status.
Press the SEARCH button to display a list of historic sites matching your selected criteria, or press the RESET button to start again.
Finally, press the DISPLAY MAP button to show the MAP PAGE where the historic sites matching your criteria are shown. Select individual symbols on that map to see information about a particular site, or press the SEARCH FOR SITES button at the top of the MAP PAGE to return to the SEARCH PAGE.
This is a work in progress. Please send comments to the MHS Webmaster at email@example.com.
Do you want the old map? Find it here.
Do you want to search all available information on sites in the inventory? Do it here.
Manitoba Historic Site of the Day
Each day of the year, one of the thousands of historic sites in our inventory is selected at random and displayed by selecting this link.
Development of this map was made possible, in part, with financial support from the Manitoba Heritage Grants Program. Thanks to Mike Forster at Shared Logic in Brandon for all his hard work.
We gratefully acknowledge contributions to this project made by the following people: James Arnett, Wayne Arseny, Trish Aubin, Malcolm Bell, Normand Boisvert, Earl Borschawa, Dorothy Brooking, Doug Brown, Jennifer Brulé, Giles Bugailiskis, Ron Burek, Raymond Burns, David Butterfield, Chris Carson, Christian Cassidy, Chantal Catellier, Allan Chambers, Karen Chrest, Shirley Christianson, Kim Cockerill, Glen Cook, Bill Crerar, Ken Cudmore, Diana deMontigny, Roland Desrochers, Leona Devuyst, Reid Dickie, Heather Docking, Kurt Dorward, Allan Drysdale, Logan Dumanske, Richard Dupuis, Richard Dyck, Emily English, Pat Eyolfson, Don Finlay, Alan Calvert Fox, Bill Fraser, Cyrena Friesen, Henri Gamache, Ruth Giesbrecht, Gordon Goldsborough, Ed Grassick, Marcel Gauthier, Nola Geard, Howard Griffith, Sheila Grover, Derryl Hall, Erin Halliday, Darcy Hammett, Tetyana Haraschuk, David Harkness, Jean Henderson, Doris Hovorka, Brian Hubner, Chris Irwin, Doug Irwin, Ken Jacobs, Ev Janzen, George Johnston, Jacquie Seaman Jones, Lynn Jones, Violet Joss, Kathy Kolesar, Amber Lahti, Mike Lauze, John C. Lehr, Harriet Lehrbaum, Ross Madder, Janis Magnusson, Keith Maitland, William McArthur, Gordon McBean, Janet McCallum, Brian R. McGregor, Peter McLure, Diane McMillan, Scott Melvin, Janet Moore, Doug Morrison, Cassandra Morrow, Bette and Walter Mueller, Blair Myskiw, Blaine Myskiw, David Neufeld, Teyana Neufeld, Lynn Nolden, Bobbi Jo Panciera, Jean Paterson, Mary B. Perfect, Murray Peterson, Neil Pryce, Meghan Rasmussen, Jake Rempel, Kelly-Anne Richmond, Tim Schlegel, Ralph and Mildred Schneider, Douglas Scott, Don Sexton, Merlin Shoesmith, Greg Sigurdson, Diane Skogstad, Robert Smith, Adam Sobkow, Pat Sparling, Craig Spencer, Christine Stewart, Millie Stuckert, Carol Sundmark, Glen Suggett, Larry Taylor, Kevin Teneycke, Chris Thompson, Philip Thordarson, Al Thorleifson, Jeneen Tomko, Henry Trachtenberg, Leslie Tsai, Kevin Tutthill, Barb Unger, Jan Wagemaker, Christopher Walker, Cheryl Wark, Bruce Wiebe, Don Wilkes, Tari Wilson, Garry Workman, Tim Worth, Dale Wrubleski, Judy Young, Halina Zbigniewicz, and Maria Zbigniewicz. We also thank the many kind people who gave us directions to hard-to-find sites in rural Manitoba, told us about sites, and gave us site tours.
Information for this page was collected and prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 1 March 2014
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A collection of historic sites in Manitoba compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.
Please note that some sites in this collection are on private property and permission must be secured from the owner prior to visiting.
Site information is provided by the Manitoba Historical Society as a free public service but may be used only for non-commercial purposes. Permission to use the information for any other purpose must be requested from the MHS Webmaster.
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