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Manitoba History: Number 58, June 2008

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Government House with the Manitoba Legislature in the background, 2008.
Source: G. Goldsborough.

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‘One of Our Own’: Ethnicity Politics and the Medicalization of Childbirth in Manitoba
by Hans Werner and Jenifer Waito

Movie Exhibition in Manitoba: The Case of J. A. Schuberg
by Robert M. Seiler and Tamara P. Seiler

James McKay: Métis Trader, Guide, Interpreter and MLA
by Scott Stephen

A Dominion Land Survey Map of the Red River Valley
by Irene Hanuta

A Memoir of Old St. Paul’s College
by Fred McGuinness

Government House at 125

HSI: Historical Scene Investigation
by Gordon Goldsborough

Commemorating the First Railway in Western Canada
by Parks Canada


Arok Wolvengrey, editor, Wawiyatâcimowinisa: Funny Little Stories
by Jeff Muehlbauer

Athanasius McVay and June Dutka, editors, St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church: Celebrating 100 Years: Together for Tomorrow
by Alexandra Pawlowsky

Rosemary Hill, God’s Architect: Pugin and the Building of Romantic Britain
by Graham A. MacDonald

Patrick C. Douaud, editor, The Western Métis: Profile of a People
by Susan Berry

Abel Watetch, Payepot and His People
by Roland Bohr

Mary Strachan Scriver, Bronze Inside and Out: A Biographical Memoir of Bob Scriver
by Roland Bohr

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