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Prairie History: Number 9, Fall 2022

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Prairie History #9
“A remaining section of Maria Latham’s fence line, built in the 1890s”
by Jessy Lee Saas, 2022

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The State of Heritage in Manitoba: A Call to Action
by Gordon Goldsborough

Feature Articles

The “Queen of Lady Farmers” and Married Women as Landowners on the Canadian Prairies
by Jessy Lee Saas

The Rocky Mountain Locust in the Eastern Prairies
by William F. Rannie

Prairie Pageant

Rupert Brooke on the Canadian Prairies
by John C. Lehr

Manitoba’s First Petition for Women’s Suffrage and the Demography of Activism
by Roland Sawatzky and Brittany Bauer

An Ugly Day: The 1935 Regina Riot
by Keith Foster

The “Gorilla Man Strangler”: Serial Killer Earle Nelson
by John Burchill

Book Reviews

Andrew Stobo Sniderman and Douglas Sanderson, (Amo Binashi), Valley of the Birdtail: An Indian Reserve, a White Town, and The Road to Reconciliation, HarperCollins, 2022
by Anne Morton

Terry Dann, Land Title: A Novel of the Prairies, independently published, 2020
by Gordon Goldsborough

Joel Deshaye, The American Western in Canadian Literature, University of Calgary Press, 2022
by Graham A. MacDonald

Donald J. Savoie, Democracy in Canada: The Disintegration of our Institutions, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2019 and Donald J. Savoie, Government: Have Presidents and Prime Ministers Misdiagnosed the Patient? McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022
by Christopher J. Adams


The Pratt Opera House
by James Kostuchuk

Prairie Gazette

Dufferin Street Gang Monument
by Stephen Sharman

Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park Named to UNESCO
by Sheila Grover

Harvesting Ice on the Prairies
by Sheila Grover

National Trust Conference October 2022
by Greg Thomas

Former Muscowequan Indian Residential School Given Governor’s Award by National Trust For Canada
by Greg Thomas

Greetings from Ingrid Cazakoff, the New Chair of the National Trust for Canada
by Ingrid Cazakoff

Métis Nation Heritage Centre Takes Shape
by Greg Thomas

Lost Child Creek
by Bill Waiser

Lieutenant-Governor's Awards for Historical Preservation and Promotion 2022
by Gordon Goldsborough

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