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Margaret McWilliams Award
2006 Winners

28 April 2007

The following are the 2006 winners for Margaret McWilliams Awards, awarded by Lieutenant-Governor John Harvard at a ceremony at the Dalnavert Museum and Visitors’ Centre (61 Carlton Street, Winnipeg) on Saturday, 28 April 2007.

Categories:
Scholarly History | Organizational History | Local History | Popular History


Scholarly
History

“I Will Fear No Evil:”
Ojibwa-Missionary Encounters Along the Berens River, 1875-1940

by Susan Elaine Gray
University of Calgary Press

More information on this book here.

Honourable Mention:

Mennonites, Politics, and Peoplehood:
Europe - Russia - Canada, 1525 to 1980

by James Urry
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here.


Organizational
History

St. John’s College:
Faith and Education in Western Canada

by J. M. Bumsted
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here.

Honourable Mention:

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church:
Celebrating 100 Years, Together for Tomorrow

by St. Nicholas Church & June Dutka


Local
History

Honourable Mention:

Vista Tales from Islay School District No. 733 in Vista, Manitoba

by Gerald R. Brown


Popular
History

Going Downtown:
A History of Winnipeg’s Portage Avenue

by Russ Gourluck
Great Plains Publications

More information on this book here.


The Manitoba Historical Society gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of its
Margaret McWilliams Awards by Friesens Corporation of Altona, Manitoba.

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