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Manitoba History: Number 74, Winter 2014

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Tremblay School No. 707

Source: Gordon Goldsborough, October 2011.

This former one-room schoolhouse in the Rural Municipality of Brenda, in southwestern Manitoba, closed in 1946.

This full issue is also available in PDF format.

The Justice Mill: George William Baker at the Winnipeg Police Court, 1901-1903
by Stephen Grandpre

The Making of a Manitoban Hero: Commemorating La Vérendrye in St. Boniface and Winnipeg, 1886-1938
by Scott Berthelette

The Early History of Brewing in Winnipeg, 1668-1902: From Hudson’s Bay to Patrick Shea
by Graham Stinnett

The Uno Railway Disaster
by Leslie Kozma

Manitoba’s Historic One-Room Schoolhouses
by Gordon Goldsborough

Behind the Bamboo Curtain: A Nineteenth-Century Canadian Adventurer in Japan
by David N. Cooper

Book Reviews

Review essay:
Magda Fahrni and Esyllt W. Jones (eds.) Epidemic Encounters: Influenza, Society, and Culture in Canada, 1918-20. Gregory P. Marchildon (ed.) Making Medicare: New Perspectives on the Histoy of Medicine in Canada. Laurie Meijer Dress, Healing Histories: Stories from Canada’s Indian Hospitals.
by Diane Dodd

Doris Jeanne Mackinnon, The Identities of Marie Rose Delorme Smith: Portrait of a Metis Woman, 1861-1960
by Diane Payment

Patricia Demers (ed.), Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis, Pioneer Journalist of the Canadian West
by Margaret Bertulli

Dora Dueck, What You Get at Home
by Frieda Esau Klippenstein

Cool Things in the Collection:
Hall & Lowe Cabinet Cards
by Katherine Pettipas

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