Manitoba History: Number 21, Spring 1991

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Winnipeg: Corner Main Street and Portage Avenue

Source: T. M. Martin RCA from Canada by Wilfred Campbell, 1907

Louis Riel’s Land Claims by Thomas Flanagan

Reminiscences of an Old Timer (Part 2) by Jean A. Drever (Mrs. W. Cyprian Pinkham)

The Brandon Asylum Fire of 1910 by Kurtland Refvik

Where is Deering’s Point? by Allen Ronaghan

Grandview and Theodore A. Burrows by Donald F. Parrot

Rowing Memories by Conrad S. Riley

The Buildings of the Winnipeg-Based Union and Northern Crown Banks: A Glimpse into Early Twentieth Century Corporate Architecture by David Spector


Doug Smith, Joe Zuken: Citizen and Socialist by James Naylor

Morris Mott and John Allardyce, Curling Capital: Winnipeg and the Roarin’ Game 1876 to 1988 by Rodger Guinn

Michael Payne, The Most Respectable Place in the Territory: Everyday Life in Hudson’s Bay Company Service - York Factor, 1788 to 1870 by L. G. Thomas

Christian Leden (translated by Leslie Neatby, edited by Shirlee Anne Smith), Across the Keewatin Icefields: Three Years Among the Canadian Eskimos, 1913-1916 by David Murray

Delbert F. Plett (editor), Pioneers and Pilgrims, the Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde in Mantoba, Nebraska and Kansas, 1874 to 1882 by S. C. Sharman

Suzanne Zeller, Inventing Canada: Early Victorian Science and the Idea of a Transcontinental Nation by Norman R. Ball

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