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Manitoba History: Number 12, Autumn 1986

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Hand-built indoor clay peech still in working condition

Source: G. Kopelow

CKY Winnipeg in the 1920s: Canada's Only Experiment in Government Monopoly Broadcasting by Mary Vipond

Manitoba Bibliography / 86 by K. M. Gillespie

Manitoba Bibliography of Bibliographies

On the Other Side of the Mountain: The Negrychs of Venlaw, Manitoba by Gwen Dowsett

In the Image of Ontario: Public Schools in Brandon 1881-1890 by Tom Mitchell


J. L. Granatstein, Canada, 1957-1967: The Years of Uncertainty and Innovation. & J. L. Granatstein, Irving M. Abella, David J. Bercuson, R. Craig Brown and H. Blair Neatby, Twentieth Century Canada, second edition. & J. L. Granatstein, Irving M. Abella, David J. Bercuson, R. Craig Brown and H. Blair Neatby, Twentieth Century Canada: A Reader by David G. Burley

Olive Patricia Dickason, The Myth of the Savage and the Beginnings of French Colonialism by Katherine Pettipas

W. J. C. Cherwinski and Gregory S. Kealey (editors), Lectures in Canadian Labour and Working-Class History by Bryan Dewalt

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