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Manitoba History: The First World War and the Women of Waskatenau: The 1917 Red Cross Fundraising Signature Quilt

by Sean Moir and Anthony Worman
Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton

Number 82, Fall 2016

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Notes

1. By River and Train: The History of Waskatenau and Districts, Volume 1, published by Waskatenau and Districts Historical Society, 1986, p. 406.

2. Edmonton Bulletin, 19 December 1917, p. 4.

3. By River and Train, Volume 1, p. 29.

4. See Quilts of Valour–Canada Society website for further information: http://www.quiltsofvalour.ca.

Page revised: 10 October 2016

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