The new journal Prairie History (ISSN 2562-8976), published by the Manitoba Historical Society, combines scholarly articles with popular history as well as book reviews and other specialty pieces. The Prairie Gazette heritage newsletter is also part of each issue. It is the only journal in Canada to combine these diverse approaches in one place. All of its contents are original, never-before-seen material.
Prairie History covers the histories of Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Alberta, as well as the US borderlands. Our goal is to publish the latest and best original work of young and experienced scholars, professionals and amateurs, as well as heritage news and commentaries related to archival and museum collections across the West.
Prairie History is illustrated and published in full colour, in print and digital formats.
Submissions to Prairie History are welcome and should be directed as follows: