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Kevin Douglas Bell

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Kevin Douglas Bell
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Writer.

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. https://kdbellblog.wordpress.com/

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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