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Kevin Douglas Bell

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Kevin Douglas Bell
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He is a writer, painter and researcher whose family came to settle on Treaty 6 territory at Mannville, Alberta, in 1905. He lives in Edmonton with his partner and two dogs. He is currently working on a historical fiction about his grandfather, one of twenty red coated Royal North West Mounted Police strikebreakers sent from Regina during the Winnipeg General Strike.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

The Burial Legend of Sam Steele
Manitoba History, Number 89, Spring 2019

Page revised: 18 February 2019

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