Manitoba History: Number 9, Spring 1985

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Grain Elevator: Morden, Manitoba

Watercolour by Walter J. Phillips, courtesy of Winnipeg Art Gallery, Mr. John Crabb, and Mr. John Phillips.

Paulet Paul: Métis or "House Indian" Folk-Hero? by John E. Foster

Old Ways Under New Skies: Blumenort, Manitoba, 1874-1910 by Royden Loewen

An Interview with Mitch Sago by Jim Mochoruk

Oral History:
Clanwilliam, 1918 by Pax Crawley

Oral History:
Life in the Brandon Gaol by Jo Ann Tymchak

Historical Tour: Morden, Manitoba by Rosemary Malaher

The Winnipeg Roller Rink by Myron Love

Famous Places: The Cornish Library - 70 Years Old by Christine Melnick

Frank Cornish - The Man by Ruth Swan

Documents and Archives:
Oral History at the Provincial Archives of Manitoba by Jocelyn McKillop

Gerald Friesen, The Canadian Prairies: A History by Irene M. Spry

Jill Wade, Manitoba Architecture to 1940, A Bibliography by W. P. Thompson

Dale Gibson, Lee Gibson and Cameron Harvey, Attorny for the Frontier: Enos Stutsman by Sidney Green

Paul-André Linteau, René Durocher and Jean-Claude Robert, translated by Robert Chodos, Quebec: A History 1867-1929 by Mary Beth Montcalm

Helen Coy, FitzGerald as Printmaker: A Catalogue raisonné of the First Complete Exhibition of the Printed Works by Angela Davis

Paul Audley, Canadas Industries: Broadcasting, Publishing, Records and Film by Stuart A. Selby

David H. Breen, The Canadian Prairie West and the Ranching Frontier 1874-1924 by A. G. Levine

Jean Bruce, After the War by Janet Osborne

James K. Smith, Wilderness of Fortune: The Story of Western Canada by Hal J. Guest

Glenbow Museum, The Geat CPR Exposition: The Impact of the Railway on Western Canada, 1883-1930 by Donald B. Smith

Shirlee Smith Honored by Laird Rankin

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