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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Red River Frame Buildings

Some noteworthy examples of Red River Frame architecture in Manitoba:

Building

Location

Year

William Fraser House

Lower Fort Garry

1837

Archway Warehouse

Norway House

1840-1841

Grey Nuns Convent

494 Tache Avenue, Winnipeg

1845-1851

Seven Oaks House

115 Rupertsland Boulevard, Winnipeg

1851-1853

St. James Anglican Church

525 Tylehurst Street, Winnipeg

1853

Ross House

140 Meade Street North, Winnipeg

1854

Henderson House

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

1854

Delorme House

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

1857

William Brown House

Winnipeg

c1857

McDonald House

Selkirk

c1860

Barber House

99 Euclid Avenue, Winnipeg

1862

Cox House

7348 Henderson Highway North, RM of St. Clements

c1865

Christ Church Anglican

Fort Alexander, Sagkeeng First Nation

1868-1870

St. Anne’s Anglican Church

Poplar Point, RM of Portage la Prairie

1869

Roman Catholic Mission

Brochet

1869

Red River Frame Barn

SW10-14-4E near Lower Fort Garry

c1870

Turenne House

St. Norbert Provincial Heritage Park

1871

Riel House

330 River Road, Winnipeg

1880-1881

Sources:

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 25 October 2014

Historic Sites of Manitoba

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