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James A. “Jim” Burns

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James A. Burns
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Paleontologist, historian.

Dr. Burns is Curator Emeritus of Quaternary Paleontology at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton. Now a resident of Winnipeg, and an editor of Manitoba History, he is currently researching the remarkable history of The Manitoba Museum.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Edward Darbey, Taxidermy, and the Last Buffaloes
Manitoba History, Number 63, Spring 2010

“Fresh Air for Kiddies”: The Fresh Air Camps of Lake Winnipeg
Manitoba History, Number 66, Spring 2011

Roblin City: A Gleaming Metropolis on the Bay
Manitoba History, Number 68, Spring 2012

The Walrus and the Journalist
Manitoba History, Number 70, Fall 2012

J. Hoyes Panton: An Early Winnipeg Rocks Star
Manitoba History, Number 87, Summer 2018

Page revised: 12 August 2018

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