Strother Roberts


He holds an MA from Kansas State University and, as of 2007, was pursuing a PhD in History at Northwestern University. His dissertation studies the environmental history of the Connecticut River Valley during the American colonial period.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

The Life and Death of Matonabbee: Fur Trade and Leadership Among the Chipewyan, 1736-1782
Manitoba History, Number 55, June 2007

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