Manitoba History: Number 87, Summer 2018

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Terra Cotta Moldings on
Winnipeg’s Paris Building

Source: Nathan Kramer

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Climbing the Vertical Mosaic: Winnipeg’s Polish Community Between the Two World Wars
by Daniel Stone

“Canada’s First Martyr”: The Suspicious Death of David Wells, Winnipeg’s First World War Pentecostal Conscientious Objector
by Martin Mittelstadt

J. Hoyes Panton: An Early Winnipeg Rocks Star
by James Burns

Winnipeg: 1914-1918 and Beyond
by Alan Mason

Titans of Clay: Winnipeg’s Terra Cotta Buildings
by Gail Perry

Winnie-the-Who?: The Contested Birthplace of the World’s Most Famous Bear
by Andrea Smorang

In Pictures and Words: Life at the Brandon Residential School, 1902
by Anne Lindsay

Book Reviews

Theodore Catton, Rainy Lake House: Twilight of Empire on the Northern Frontier
by Francis M. Carroll

Myrna Kostash, The Seven Oaks Reader and Gerhard J. Ens and Joe Sawchuk, From New Peoples to New Nations: Aspects of Métis History and Identity from the Eighteenth to Twenty-First Centuries
by Alvin Finkel

Barbara Mitchell, Mapmaker: Philip Turnor in Rupert's Land in the Age of Enlightenment
by W. B. Yeo

Viviane Gosselin and Phaedra Livingstone, eds., Museums and the Past: Constructing Historical Consciousness
by Cara Krmpotich

John Paskievich, The North End Revisited: Photographs by John Paskievich
by Dave Barber

Tolly Bradford and Chelsea Horton, eds., Mixed Blessings: Indigenous Encounters with Christianity in Canada
by Jennifer Brown

Letter to the Editor

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