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War Memorials in Manitoba
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C. Nathan Hatton

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C. Nathan Hatton
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Historian.

Raised in the communities of Prairie River, Saskatchewan and White River, Ontario, he completed his BA at Wilfrid Laurier University and his MA at Lakehead University. In 2012, he received a doctoral degree in History from the University of Waterloo, where his research focused on the social significance of wrestling in Manitoba from the pre-Confederation period to the beginning of the Great Depression. He now teaches History at Lakehead University.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Winnipeg’s “Quiet” Man: The Early Public Life of Film Star Victor McLaglen
Manitoba History, Number 67, Winter 2012

Thrashing Seasons: The Origins of Prairie Wrestling
Manitoba History, Number 81, Summer 2016

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