Manitoba History: Number 52, June 2006

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“Red River Expedition, 1870. Near Lower Fort Garry ”
Oil on canvas by Walter J. Phillips, 1934. Reproduced courtesy of Parks Canada, overlaid on a map of the Wolseley route. (S. J. Dawson, Report on the Red River Expedition of 1870. Ottawa, Parliamentary Sessional Papers, scanned from a copy in the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections)

The Art of W. J. Phillips
by Robert Coutts

Make the Night Hideous: Death at a Manitoba Charivari, 1909
by Pauline Greenhill

Writing Immigrant Winnipeg: A Literary Map of the City through the First War
by Scott Kraft


Jesse James and the “Great Winnipeg Manitoba Raid” of 1876?
by Brian Hubner

Manitoba’s Finest
by Jack Templeman

Who was the Father of Robert Logan of the Red River Settlement?
by Cynthia Sweet

The 1870 Wolseley Expedition Route
by Larry Laliberte

“Plan for the Expedition to Hudson Bay” by Jean-Francois Galaup, Comte de Lapérouse: A Newly Discovered Manuscript
by Denis Combet and Constance Cartmill

Letters to the Editor


Jim Mochoruk, Formidable Heritage - Manitoba’s North and the Cost of Development 1870 to 1930
by Nicole C. O’Byrne

David Arnason and Mhari Mackintosh, eds. The Imagined City: A Literary History of Winnipeg
by Esme Keith

Alvin J. Esau, The Courts and the Colonies: The Litigation of Hutterite Church Disputes
by Royden Loewen

Lorna Roth, Something New in the Air: The Story of First Peoples Television Broadcasting in Canada
by Len Kuffert

Edward Beauclerk Maurice, The Last of the Gentlemen Adventurers: Coming of Age in the Arctic
by Shirlee Anne Smith

Alison Calder and Robert Wardhaugh, eds. History, Literature, and the Writing of the Canadian Prairies
by Daniel S. Lenoski

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