Manitoba History: Number 75, Summer 2014

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Ladies at Victoria Beach, 1944
by Robert D. Bruce

From the collection of
C. Auld and T. McLachlan

This full issue is also available in PDF format.

A Tale of Two Houses: The Rise and Demise of the Legislative Council of Manitoba, 1871-1876
by David W. Grebstad

Midwives in the Mennonite West Reserve of Manitoba, 1881-1900
by Conrad Stoesz

Right of Way to Back Lane: The Strange Life of Scotland Avenue
by Laura Lamont

Victoria Beach and the Cottage Experience: Early Years and Beyond
by Sheila Grover and Greg Thomas

Not All Down Hill From There: The Shoal Lake Aqueduct and the Greater Winnipeg Water District
by David A. Ennis

The One-Legged Lighthouse Keeper of Plunkett Island
by Anthony Plunkett

Manitoba and the “Great Crusade:” The Invasion of Normandy, 6 June 1944, 70 Years Later
by David W. Grebstad

Book Reviews

Christopher Adams, Gregg Dahl and Ian Peach (editors), Métis in Canada: History, Identity, Law & Politics
by Joanne DeCosse

Ernest Oberholtzer (edited by Jean Sanford Replinger with Nancy Paddock), Bound for the Barrens: Journal of the Ernest Oberholtzer and Billy Magee 2,000-Mile Canoe Voyage to Hudson Bay in 1912
by Margaret Bertulli

Verna J. Kirkness, Creating Space: My Life and Work in Indigenous Education
by Denise Fuchs

William J. Buxton (ed.), Harold Innis and the North: Appraisals and Contestations
by Matt Dyce

Aya Fujiwara, Ethnic Elites and Canadian Identity: Japanese, Ukrainians, and Scots, 1919-1971
by Roland Sawatzky

Letter to the Editors

Cool Things in the Collection:
Rare Footage of the 1939 Royal Visit: The R. A. Storch Films
by Wayne Chan

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