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Manitoba History: Number 53, October 2006

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Cells in the basement of the Vaughan Street Jail, May 2006.
Photo by Gordon Goldsborough

Uncertain Margins: Métis and Saulteaux Identities in St-Paul des Saulteaux, Red River 1821-1870
by Nicole St-Onge

Three Manitoba Pioneer Women: A Legacy of Servant-Leadership
by Carolyn Crippen


Hayes River Designated a Canadian Heritage River
by Parks Canada

Two Railway Titans Meet at Winnipeg, 1909
by Margaret Arnett Macleod

Greening the Treeless Plain
by Gordon Goldsborough

Mapping Hutterite Colony Diffusion in North America
by John Lehr, Brian McGregor, and Weldon Hiebert

The Great Winnipeg Boom
by Charles N. Bell

Louts, Lunatics, and Loose Women at the Vaughan Street Jail
by Kristen Verin-Treusch

A Family Memoir: The Men of #2 Company, Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry, 1915
by Phillip R. Giffin


J. P. Bertrand, Timber Wolves: Greed and Corruption in Northwestern Ontario's Timber Industry, 1875-1960
by Graham A. MacDonald

Herb Schulz, A View From the Ledge: An Insider's Look at the Schreyer Years
by Paul G. Thomas

Mark Moore, Saving the Game: Pro Hockey's Quest to Raise its Game from Crisis to New Heights
by Daniel S. Lenoski

Louis A. Knafla and Jonathan Swainger (eds.), Law and Societies in the Canadian Prairie West, 1670-1940
by J. M. Bumsted

Christine Mazur, Simon Statkewich, and David Relkoff (eds.), Manitoba Climbers: A Century of Stories from the Birthplace of The Alpine Club of Canada
by Gordon Goldsborough

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