Manitoba History: Number 77, Winter 2015

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Interior of the Monarch Overall Manufacturing Company, Winnipeg, circa 1914

Source: Jewish Heritage Centre Archives, JM3506

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“An Excuse for Being So Bold:” D. W. McDermid and the Early Development of the Manitoba School for the Deaf, 1888-1900
by Sandy Barron

Stories of Bayanihan and Belonging: Filipinos in Manitoba, Part 2
by Alison Marshall

A Stitch in Time: Winnipeg Jews and the Garment Industry
by Stan Carbone

Dick Tracy Gets Smacked Down: Crime Comics in Manitoba
by John Burchill

A Premier, a Tin Box, and a Landlady: Ellen Cooke and the Norquay Papers
by Gerald Friesen

Father Svoboda’s Helicopter
by William D. Wade

Book Reviews

Ralph Connor, The Foreigner: A Tale of Saskatchewan, afterword by Daniel Coleman
by John Lennox

Greg Thomas and Sheila Grover, 100 Summers on Lake Winnipeg: A Resort History of Victoria Beach
by C. J. “Jim” Taylor

Michael D. O’Brien, William Kurelek: Painter & Prophet
by Marilyn Baker

Catherine Carstairs and Nancy Janovicek (eds.), Feminist History in Canada: New Essays on Women, Gender, Work, and Nation
by Dianne Dodd

Michael Asch, On Being Here to Stay: Treaties and Aboriginal Rights in Canada
by Ryan Eyford

Hans Werner, The Constructed Mennonite: History, Memory, and the Second World War
by Susie Fisher

Alison K. Brown, First Nations, Museums, Narrations: Stories of the 1929 Franklin Motor Expedition to the Canadian Prairies
by Maureen Matthews

Cool Things in the Collection: Gowen’s Brandon: Then & Now
by Christy M. Henry and Eileen Trott

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