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Manitoba History: Number 26, Autumn 1993

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Minnedosa Valley,
ink and prismacolour by Sylvia Macleod.

Source: the artist

The Flour Milling Industry in Manitoba Since 1870 by John Everitt and Roberta Kempthorne

Crossing Lake Winnipeg by Dogs by Alexander McArthur

Letters Home: Correspondence To and From the Red River Settlement 1812-1870 by David H. Whiteley

Winnipeg’s Selkirk Avenue in 1914 by Abe Padolsky

Stuart Garson and the Manitoba Progressive Coalition by Mark E. Vajcner

Manitoba Bibliography / 92 by Kay M. Gillespie

Exhibit Review: Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness by Peter Geller


Michael Barnholden, Gabriel Dumont Speaks by Diane Payment

Carolyn Gilman, The Grand Portage Story by Graham A. MacDonald

Kenneth S. Coates and William R. Morrison (editors), “My Dear Maggie”: Letters From a Western Manitoba Pioneer by William Wallace by Wendy Owen

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