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Manitoba History: Manitoba Bibliography / 1988

by K. M. Gillespie
Winnipeg

Manitoba History, Number 18, Autumn 1989

This article was published originally in Manitoba History by the Manitoba Historical Society on the above date. We make it available here as a free, public service.

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Bibliography 1987 | Canada | Manitoba | Articles | Books | Bibliography 1989

Government of Canada : Canadian Parks Service

Dick, Lyle. A History of Prairie Settlement Patterns, 1870-1930. Microfiche Report Series #307.

Loewen, Brad and Gregory Monks. A History of the Structures at Upper Fort Garry, Winnipeg, 1835-87. Microfiche Report Series #330.

Adams, G. The Prehistory of Lake Audy, Riding Mountain National Park, with appendix by Kevin Lunn. Microfiche Report Series #331.

Lunn, Kevin. Goods on the Bay: Material Culture from Archaeological Investigations of York Factory Hudson’s Bay Company Post, 1788-1957. Microfiche Report Series #347.

Coutts, Robert. St. Andrew’s Parish 1829-1929, and the Church Missionary Society in Red River. Microfiche Report Series #360.

Payne, Michael. The Most Respectable Place in the Territory: Even/day Life in Hudson’s Bay Company Service York Factory, 1788-1870. Research Publication.

Government of Manitoba : Agriculture

A Salute to Manitoba 4-H, 1913-1988, 310 pp. On cover Manitoba 75, 4-H Canada.

Government of Manitoba : Culture, Heritage and Recreation

Brandon College. Rev. 1985. 8 pp., ill.

Dauphin: an Architectural Walking Tour. 37 pp., col., ill. Extinct Bison of Manitoba. 10 pp., ill.

A Guide to the Design and Installation of Commemorative Markers. 8 pp., ill. (How to series: 1).

Land below The Forks: Archaeology, Prehistory and History of the Selkirk and District Planning Area / K. David McLeod, vi, 113 pp., ill.

Manitoba Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Areas of Culture, Heritage, Recreation and Multiculturalism. Folder. Text in English and French.

Notre-Dame des Prairies. Rev. 1988. 20 pp., ill. (also published in French).

Red River Settlement. 16 pp., ill.

St. Boniface. 19 pp., ill.

A Study of the Church Buildings in Manitoba of the Congregational, Methodist, Presbyterian and United Churches of Canada / Neil R. Bingham. 289 pp., ill.

The Pas Community Building and Court House. 20 pp., ill. Ukrainian Churches of Manitoba: A Building Inventory. 405 pp., ill.

Government of Manitoba : Natural Resources

Crown Lands Handbook on Indian Land Claims in Manitoba, Rev. Apr. 1988. 202 leaves.

Canadian Heritage Rivers System: Nomination Document for the Seal River, Manitoba. 40 leaves, ill.

Manitoba’s Last Great Wild River: A Newsletter on the Future of the Seal River. Text in English and Chipewyan syllabics.

The Baldy Mountain Cabin: the History and Role of Forest Rangers and Game Wardens in the Baldy Mountain Area / William J. Stilwell. 33 leaves.

Government of Manitoba : Urban Affairs

Headingly Area Study / prepared by Hilderman Witty Crosby Hanna & Associates. ..(et al.) Prepared for Government of Manitoba, Dept. of Urban Affairs. 148 pp., ill.

Articles

Ball, Tim. “Company town: Rugged Stromness in the Orkneys sent many men to the fur trade,” The Beaver, v. 68:3 (June/July 1988): 43-52, ill.

Barr, William. “To the North Pole from York Factory: Col. W. H. Gilder’s last expedition to the Canadian Arctic, 1886-1887,” The Beaver, v. 68:2 (April/May 1988): 34-45, ill.

Beattie, Judith Hudson. “The Hudson’s Bay Company in northern Manitoba, 1912-1987,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 37-38, ill.

Blight, Elizabeth. “In Greater Manitoba ... with A. V. Thomas,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 34-36, ill.

Brown, Jennifer S. H. “A parcel of upstart Scotchman: For more than 200 Years the Fur Trade spoke with a pronounced Scottish accent,” The Beaver, v. 68:1 (February/March 1988): 4-11, ill.

Buchner, A. P. “The geochronology of the Lockport site,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 2 (April 1988): 27-31, ill.

Dafoe, J. W. “Presses on the Prairies: Memoirs of a pioneer editor,” The Beaver, v. 67:6 (December 1987/January 1988): 19-29, ill.

Davis, Angela E. “The hothouse of Canadian art: A ‘Golden Age’ at Bridgen’s,” The Beaver, v. 68:1 (February/March 1988): 37-47, ill.

“Desperately seeking Siouans: The distribution of Sandy Lake ware,” by participants of the 1988 Lake Superior Basin workshop. Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 1 (January 1988): 49-56, ill.

Duckworth, Harry W. “The madness of Donald Mackay,” The Beaver, v. 68:3 (June/July 1988): 25-42, ill.

Duckworth, Harry W. “Mad Donald’s Journal,” The Beaver, v. 68:6 (December 1988/January 1989): 62.

Dyck, John. “The Oregon trail of Manitoba Mennonites,” Mennonite Historian, v. 14, no. 3 (September 1988): 1-2; v. 14, no. 4 (December 1988): 4 & 8.

Ebell, S. Biron. “The Red and Assiniboine rivers in southern Manitoba: A late prehistoric and early historic buffer zone?,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 2 (April 1988): 3-26, ill.

Farley, Terry. “Souris mill,” Dawson & Hind, v. 14, no. 1 (Winter 1987/88): 10-11, ill.

Friesen, Gerald. “Imports and exports in the Manitoba economy, 1870-1890,” Manitoba History, no. 16 (Autumn 1988): 31-41, ill.

Grant, Hugh. “Revenge of the Paris hat: The European craze for wearing headgear had a profound effect on Canadian history,” The Beaver, v. 68:6 (December 1988/January 1989): 37-44, ill.

Grenke, Art. “The German community of Winnipeg and the English- Canadian response to World War,” Canadian Ethnic Studies/Etudes Ethniques au Canada, v. 20, no. 1 (1988): 21-42.

Hanson, Charles E., jr. “Some additional notes on trade blankets,” The Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly, v. 24, no. 4 (Winter 1988): 5-11, ill.

Hanson, Charles E., jr. “Tobacco in the fur trade,” The Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly, v. 24, no. 2 (Summer 1988): 2-12, ill.

Hegion, Grayce M. “Virden’s pioneer home museum,” Dawson & Hind, v. 14, no. 1 (Winter 1987/88): 12-13.

Houston, C. Stuart and Mary Houston. “The sacking of Peter Fidler’s Brandon House, 1816,” Manitoba History, no. 16 (Autumn 1988): 23-26, ill.

Isfeld, Harpa. “Vilhjalmur Stefansson: His pioneering study of Eskimo (Inuit) food habits and nutrition,” The Icelandic Canadian, v. 67, no. 2 (Winter 1988): 15-26, ill.

Jackson, John C. “Old traders in a new corporation: The Hudson’s Bay Company retreats north in 1822,” North Dakota History, Journal of the Northern Plains, v. 55, no. 3 (Summer 1988): 22-28, ill.

Johnas, Volker. “A description of the Johnas site rim sherds,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 2 (April 1988): 33-48.

Keighley, Sydney A. “Trader, tripper, trapper,” The Beaver, v. 68:6 (December 1988/January 1989): 45-50, ill.

Lambert, Sue. “The Northern Manitoba Trappers’ Festival: A brief history,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 27-29, ill.

Lelond, Lynn. “A descriptive analysis of a collection of body sherds from the Johnas site near Oak Lake,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 2 (April 1988): 49-74, ill.

Lesage, Gilbert. “The archives of La Societe historique de Saint-Boniface,” Manitoba History, v. 13, no. 1 (Spring 1988): 29-30, ill.

Loewen, Brad and Gregory G. Monks. “Visual depictions of Upper Fort Garry,” Prairie Forum, v. 13, no. 1 (Spring 1988): 1- 24, ill.

McCarten, Barry. “History and live theatre in Winnipeg,” Manitoba History, no. 16 (Autumn 1988): 21-22, ill.

McCarthy, Martha. “Thundering waters stilled: The Grand Rapids of the Saskatchewan,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 17-26, ill.

McDonald, Graham A. “Tryggvi J. Oleson and the origins of Thule culture: A controversy revisited,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 45-58, ill.

Malaher, Rosemary. “Historical tour: The Pas, Manitoba,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 31-33, ill.

Markert, John. “A larter tanged jasper taconite point from the Maskwa river site (Ed La-1),” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 1 (January 1988): 27-30, ill.

Mayes, Hubert G. “Bison in bronze,” Border Crossings, v. 7, no. 2 (Spring 1988): 26-27, ill.

Mayes, Hubert G. “The death of Selkirk: The founder of the Red River Colony searched for a cure to his fatal illness,” The Beaver, v. 68:4 (August/September 1988): 40-47, ill.

Miller, J.R. “From Riel to the Métis,” Canadian Historical Review, v. 69, no. 1 (March 1988): 1-20.

Neufeld, Annie. “Canada’s first Mennonite Brethren church at Winkler, Manitoba,” Mennonite Historian, v. 14, no. 2 (June 1988): 1-3, ill.; v. 14, no. 3 (September 1988): 3.

Neufeld, David. “Site Review: A review of ‘Northern Transitions’ engineering and the development of Northern Manitoba,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 59-60.

Nicholson, B.A. “Report of 1986 field research at Brandon University,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 1 (January 1988): 31-47, ill.

Richard, Ron, Greg Mason, et al. “Survey of Manitoba Metis,” Le Metis, October 1988, pp. 2-3.

Robson, Robert. “Manitoba’s resource towns: The twentieth century frontier,” Manitoba History, no. 16 (Autumn 1988): 2-16, ill.

Sandberg, L. Anders. “Literature as social history: A Swedish novelist in Manitoba,” Prairie Forum, v. 13, no. 1 (Spring 1988): 83-98, ill.

Sanders, Pat. “Mary Scorer, an appreciation,” Border Crossings, v. 7, no. 2 (Spring 1988): 44-45, ill.

Silver, A.I. “Ontario’s alleged fanaticism in the Riel affair,” Canadian Historical Review, v. 69, no. 1 (March 1988): 21-50.

Simonson, Gayle. “The Prayer Man: Ojibwa Henry Bird Steinhauer brought religion to the Cree,” The Beaver, v. 68:5 (October/November 1988): 28-33, ill.

Sims, E. Leigh. “Ancient gorget-face found near Melita in southwestern Manitoba,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 1 (January 1988): 3-11, ill.

Smith, Brian J. “An ethnohistorical evaluation of the role of bison and fish in the social organization of northern plains and parkland native society,” Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly, v. 12, no. 1 (January 1988): 13-25.

Smith, Shirlee A. “A desire to worry me out: Donald Smith’s harassment of Charles Brydges, 1879-1889,” The Beaver, v. 67:6 (December 1987/January 1988): 4-11, ill.

Stewart, Lillian. “York Factory National Historic Site,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 29-30, ill.

Stevens, Flora, Idell Brady, Vera Fryer. “Memories of Christmas,” Manitoba History, no. 16 (Autumn 1988): 27-28, ill.

Tough, Frank. “Economic aspects of Aboriginal title in northern Manitoba: Treaty 5 adhesions and Métis scrip,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 3-16, ill.

Waldram, James B. “Native people and hydroelectric development in northern Manitoba, 1957-1987: The promise and the reality,” Manitoba History, no. 15 (Spring 1988): 38-44, ill.

Books (with assistance from Chris Hackett)

Along the mission trail: Lake Francis, Bonnie Doon, Graysfield, Glennie. Lake Francis: Lake Francis History Book Committee. 471 pp., ill.

Barrow, Robert and Leigh Hambly. Billy: the life and photographs of William S. A. Beal. Winnipeg: Vig Corps Press. 117 pp., ill.

Brandon History Book Committee. On the road to excellence: Brandon Festivals 1927-1987. Brandon: The Committee, 40 pp.

Brown, Jennifer S. H. and Robert Brightman. “The orders of the dreamed”: George Nelson on Cree and Northern Ojibwa religion and myth, 1823. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. 256 pp., ill. (Manitoba Studies in Native History:3).

Buckingham, Graham. Thompson, a city and its people. Thompson: Thompson Historical Heritage and Museum Society. 312 pp., ill.

Coates, Kenneth and Fred McGuinness. The keystone province: An illustrated history of Manitoba enterprise; picture research by William R. Morrison; Partners in progress by Roger Newman: in cooperation with the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce. 184 pp., ill.

Elias, Peter Douglas. The Dakota of the Canadian Northwest: Lessons for survival. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. 352 pp. (Manitoba Studies in Native History:5).

Fleming, Mark. Churchill: Polar bear capital of the world. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press. 94 pp., ill.

Friesen, Rhinehart. A Mennonite Odyssey. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press. 124 pp., ill.

Friesen, T. E. et al. Altona Mennonite Church 25th Anniversary and History. Altona: Altona Mennonite Church. 148 pp.

Grande Clairiere Centennial Committee. Settlers, sand and steeple: Grande Clairiere and district 1888-1988. Grande Clairiere: The Committee. 240 pp., ill.

Kirkham Bridge Women’s Institute. From generation to generation. Kirkham: The Institute. 166 pp.

Latter, Walter F. I do remember. Morden: The Author. 128 pp., ill.

Little, Adam S. Dogtown to Dauphin. Winnipeg: Watson and Dwyer Publishing Co. 250 pp., ill.

Marsh, Helen. There’s lots of bush between the tee and the green. Dauphin: The Author. 154 pp., ill.

Milloy, John S. The Plains Cree: Trade, diplomacy and war, 1790 to 1870. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. 224 pp. (Manitoba Studies in Native History: 4) .

Moore, Irene and Agnes Smith. Story of St. Marks Anglican Church, 1887-1987. Elkhorn: The Church. 41 leaves, ill.

Rural Municipality of Dauphin. History of the Rural Municipality of Dauphin. Dauphin: The Municipality. 362 pp., ill.

St. Alphonse Centennial History Book Committee. Tapestry of faith: R.C. Parish of St. Alphonse, 1883-1983. St. Alphonse: The Committee. 408 pp., ill.

Waldram, James B. As long as the rivers run: Hydroelectric development and native communities in western Canada. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. 256 pp. (Manitoba Studies in Native History: 6).

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