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Margaret McWilliams Award: 2012 Short Lists

The following are the 2012 short lists for Margaret McWilliams Awards, one of the oldest literary awards in Canada, named in honour of writer Margaret McWilliams. Books nominated for this award have been published in the 2012 calendar year.

Winners will be announced on Manitoba Day 2013 (12 May) and presented in June during the Annual General Meeting of the Manitoba Historical Society.

Categories:
Scholarly History | Local History | Popular History


Scholarly
History

Inside the Ark: The Hutterites in Canada and the United States

by Yossi Katz & John Lehr
University of Regina Press

More information on this book here


La Révolution Tranquille au Manitoba Français

by Raymond M. Hébert
Les Éditions du Blé

More information on this book here


Local
History

For Elise: Unveiling the Forgotten Woman on the Criddle Homestead

by Oriole A. Vane Veldhuis

More information on this book here


Imagining Winnipeg: History Through the Photographs of L. B. Foote

by Esyllt W. Jones
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here


Open for Business: A History of the Asper School of Business as it Begins its Fourth Quarter

by Laird Rankin
Asper School of Business


Popular
History

On The Fly: A Hockey Fan’s View From The ‘Peg

by Wayne Tefs
Turnstone Press

More information on this book here


Piecing the Puzzle: The Genesis of AIDS Research in Africa

by Larry Krotz
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here


Silver Screens on the Prairie: An Illustrated History of Motion Picture Theatres in Manitoba

by Russ Gourluck
Great Plains Publications

More information on this book here


Trailblazers: The Lives and Times of Michael Ewanchuk and Muriel (Smith) Ewanchuk

by John Lehr & David McDowell
Carpathia Publishers


The Manitoba Historical Society gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of its
Margaret McWilliams Awards by Friesens Corporation of Altona, Manitoba.

Page revised: 5 June 2015

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