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Anne Lindsay

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Anne Lindsay
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Historian, archivist.

Currently pursuing a PhD in history at the University of Manitoba, Anne Lindsay’s career has focused on archival primary source research, particularly in areas relating to Indigenous and fur trade history. She has worked and continues to work as a researcher for a number of Indigenous communities, and in addition to this work, has held positions in archives and research with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at the University of Manitoba and before that with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, as well as with the Centre for Rupert’s Land Studies at the University of Winnipeg where she worked as assistant to the director.

Her articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

The Allmans of Colony Street: 1882-1899
Manitoba History, Number 61, Fall 2009

Governor William B. Caldwell’s Souvenir: Exoticism and a Gentleman’s Reputation
Manitoba History, Number 73, Autumn 2013

A Cup of Cold Water: Alfred Kirkness and the Brandon Residential School’s Cemeteries
Manitoba History, Number 78, Summer 2015

Review: Larry Loyie, with Wayne K. Spear and Constance Brissenden, Residential Schools with the Words and Images of Survivors - A National Story
Manitoba History, Number 81, Summer 2016

In Pictures and Words: Life at the Brandon Residential School, 1902
Manitoba History, Number 87, Summer 2018

Review: Patrice A. Dutil and Roger Hall, eds., Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies
Manitoba History, Number 88, Fall 2018

Review: Jane Griffith, Words Have a Past: The English Language, Colonialism, and the Newspapers of Indian Boarding Schools
Prairie History, Number 1, Winter 2020

Page revised: 23 November 2019

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