Manitoba History: Number 80, Spring 2016

Link to:
Search all issues (Manitoba History) | Prairie History

The “Famous Five” monument on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislature (August 2010)

Source: Gordon Goldsborough

This issue is available for immediate download in the MHS Members Area.

“Doctors are Men”: Dr. Elinor Black and Second-Generation Women Physicians in Manitoba
by Nicole Fletcher

“A Telephone Station for the Soul”: The Latvian Newspaper Kanādietis, 1913-1914
by Andris Straumanis

Dan Bain: The Squire of Delta Marsh
by Gordon Goldsborough

The Fatima Pioneers
by Marie-Claire Granger

Laura Crouch and The Home of the Friendless
by Len Kaminski


“Nice Women Don’t Want the Vote,” Exhibit at the Manitoba Museum, 5 November 2015 to 10 April 2016, curated by Roland Sawatzky
by Lyle Dick

Two Exhibits: “Witness Blanket,” by artist Cary Newman, and “We Are On Treaty Land,” curated by Jaimie Isaac
by Frieda Esau Klippenstein

Mary Jane Logan McCallum, Indigenous Women, Work, and History 1940-1980
by Patricia Harms

E. Leigh Syms, Stories of the Old Ones from Lee River, Southeastern Manitoba: The Owl Inini, Carver Inini and Dancer Ikwe
by Margaret Bertulli

Orest T. Martynowych, The Showman and the Ukrainian Cause: Folk Dance, Film, and the Life of Vasile Avramenko
by Jim Mochoruk

Thomas M. Prymak, Gathering a Heritage: Ukrainian, Slavonic, and Ethnic Canada and the USA
by Jim Mochoruk

Cool Things in the Collection: The Two-Spirited Collection
by Brett Lougheed

Page revised: 19 March 2018