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Margaret McWilliams Award
2008 Winners

The following are the 2008 winners for Margaret McWilliams Awards, presented at a ceremony at Dalnavert Visitors Centre on Sunday, 19 April 2009.

The Manitoba Historical Society congratulates the authors and publishers of these fine books, and also those of other books under consideration. There was an outstanding collection of books on this year’s short lists.

Categories:
Scholarly History | Local History | Popular History


Scholarly
History

The Importance of Being Monogamous: Marriage and Nation Building in Western Canada in 1915

by Sarah Carter
University of Alberta Press

More information on this book here.

Lord Selkirk: A Life

by J. M. Bumsted
University of Manitoba Press

More information on this book here.


Local
History

Pauline Boutal: Destin d’artiste, 1894-1992

by Louise Duguay
Les Éditions de Blé

More information on this book here.

Laurent Desjardins: Un sportif en politique

by Bernard Bocquel
Les Éditions du Blé

More information on this book here.


Popular
History

A Son of the Fur Trade: The Memoirs of Johnny Grant

by John Francis Grant, edited by Gerhard J. Ens
University of Alberta Press

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.

Posted: 19 April 2009

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