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Margaret McWilliams Award
2005 Winners

The following are the 2005 winners of Margaret McWilliams Awards, presented by Lieutenant-Governor John Harvard at a ceremony at St. John's College (University of Manitoba) on Sunday, 23 April 2006.

Categories:
Scholarly History | Institutional History | Local History | Historical Fiction | Popular History | Audiovisual


Scholarly
History

The Courts and the Colonies: The Litigation of Hutterite Church Disputes

by Alvin J. Esau
University of British Columbia Press

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Institutional History

Memoir of a Living Disease: The Story of Earl Hershfield and Tuberculosis in Manitoba and Beyond

by Maurice Mierau
Great Plains Publications

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Local
History

Phantom Lake: North of 54

by Birk Sproxton
University of Alberta Press

More information on this book here

Honorable Mention

Au Pays de Gabrielle Roy

by Annette Saint-Pierre
Éditions des Plaines

More information on this book here


Historical
Fiction

Dear Canada: Turned Away

by Carol Matas
Scholastic Canada

More information on this book here


Popular
History

Winnipeg 1912: Diary of a City

by Jim Blanchard
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here

Honorable Mention

A View From the Ledge: An Insider’s Look at the Schreyer Years

by Herb Schulz
Heartland Associates

More information on this book here


Audiovisual

Ken Leishman: The Flying Bandit

Jamie Brown & Lynne Skromeda, Producers
Frantic Films

MHS YouTube Channel

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