Manitoba History: Number 38, Autumn/Winter 1999-2000

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Dr. John Rae’s Telegraph Survey, St. Paul, Minnesota to Quesnel, British Columbia, 1864 by William Barr

The Hudson Bay Railway Survey, 1910-1911: A Memoir by W. H. Hunt (Part 2)

Commemorating Winnipeg’s Newest National Historic Sites: The Exchange District and Union Bank Building

Through the Architect’s Eyes: F. W. Simon Surveys his Masterwork - The Manitoba Legislative Building by Hubert G. Mayes

The Young Historian:
Lady Selkirk and the Fur Trade by Sian Bumsted

Manitoba Bibliography / 1998 by Jim Blanchard

Mary Kinnear, A Female Economy: Women’s Work in a Prairie Province, 1870-1970 by Carol Preston

Harry Gutkin and Mildred Gutkin, Profiles in Dissent: The Shaping of Radical Thought in the Canadian West by Tom Mitchell

John Milloy, A National Crime: The Canadian Government and the Residential School System - 1879 to 1986 by Michael Angel

J. M. Bumsted, The Red River Rebellion by Michael Angel

Bob Johnstone, Today in History by G. Lewis

Jim Wallace, A Double Duty: The Decisive First Decade of the North West Mounted Police by Allen Kear

Harold Draper, Growing up in Manitoba by Allison Campbell

J. M. Bumsted, Fur Trade Wars: The Founding of Western Canada by David McCrady

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