Manitoba History: Number 18, Autumn 1989

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Barn Red,
silkscreen print by William Lobchuk, 1980.

Source: the artist

Agriculture in Manitoba History

Introduction by Lyle Dick

The Cost of Farm-Making in Early Manitoba: The Strategy of Almon James Cotton as a Case Study by Wendy Owen

The “Tragic Muddle” and a “Cooperative Success”: An Account of Two Elevator Experiments in Manitoba, 1906-1928 by John Everitt

Noteworthy Manitobans: James L. Parker by Rosemary Malaher

Resurrecting a World of Hard Work: The Threshermen’s Reunion in Austin by Morris Mott

Through a Rose Coloured Lens: The Agricultural Photographs of Cyril Jessop by Elizabeth Blight

The Young Historian:
A History of Western Canadian Grain Rates 1897-1984 by Tracey Rothstein

Manitoba Bibliography / 1988 by K. M. Gillespie

Professionalism, Intellectual Practice, and the Educational State Structure in Manitoba Agriculture, 1890-1925 by Jeffery M. Taylor

Site Review: St. Peter’s and the Interpretation of the Agriculture of Manitoba’s Aboriginal People by Sarah Carter

Review Article: Clio in Western Canada: A Review of Three Settlement Histories by Royden Loewen

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