Manitoba History: Number 89, Spring 2019

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Harry Kaplun and son at Hirsch, 1926

Source: Canadian Jewish Archives, PC12-JCA-OC4-66

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Doomed to Failure: The Jewish Farm Colony of Hirsch, Saskatchewan
by John C. Lehr

The Manitoba Settlements at St. Daniel and the Boyne, 1871-1901
by Alan B. McCullough

50 Years of bolers
by Thomas L. McMahon

The Burial Legend of Sam Steele
by Kevin D. Bell

A ‘Test’ for the Survivors in the Exhibit In Flanders Fields: How We Remember
by Jeden O. Tolentino

Book Reviews

Karen Routledge, Do You See Ice? Inuit and Americans at Home and Away
by Margaret Bertulli

Gordon Goldsborough, More Abandoned Manitoba: Rivers, Rails, and Ruins
by Ernest N. Braun

Catherine Carstairs, Bethany Philpott and Sara Wilmshurst, Be Wise! Be Healthy! Morality and Citizenship in Canadian Public Health
by Kathleen A. Klippenstein

Jennifer S. H. Brown, An Ethnohistorian in Rupert’s Land; Unfinished Conversations
by Gwyn Langemann

Jennifer S. H. Brown (ed. & intro), Ojibwe Stories from the Upper Berens River: A. Irving Hallowell and Adam Bigmouth in Conversation
by Cary Miller

Kristine Alexander, Guiding Modern Girls: Girlhood, Empire, and Internationalism in the 1920s and 1930s
by Anne Morton

Arthur J. Ray (ed.), Life and Death by the Frozen Sea: The York Fort Journals of Hudson’s Bay Company Governor James Knight, 1714-1717
by Michael Payne

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