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Prairie History: Number 10, Spring 2023

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Prairie History #10
“Education is the New Bison”
by Val Vint
photo by George Penner

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Borderlands: An Appreciation (Part 1)
by James Mochoruk

Feature Articles

Beyond Preservation and Use: National Parks and Settler Colonialism in Western Canada, 1880s-1930s
by Robert Vranich

Rabbi Eleizer Gruber’s Jewish Agricultural Settlement Schemes in Manitoba
by John C. Lehr

Prairie Pageant

Govan, Saskatchewan: Portrait of a Prairie Town (Part 1)
by Keith Foster

Everybody But the Golden Boy: The Race to Conquer Lake Winnipeg
by Sabrina Janke

The Photographic Legacy of Theodore Edward Howard (1880-1960)
by Giles Bugailiskis

Rural Manitoba and the Winnipeg Grenadiers
by Stephen Sharman

Book Reviews

Einar Odd Mortensen Sr. with Gerd Kjustad Mortensen, The Fur Trader: From Oslo to Oxford House. Ingrid Urberg and Daniel Sims (editors), University of Alberta Press, 2022
by Melissa Gjellstad

Scott Berthelette, Heirs of an Ambivalent Empire. French-Indigenous Relations and the Rise of the Métis in the Hudson Bay Watershed, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022
by Harry Duckworth

Dale Eisler, From Left to Right: Saskatchewan’s Political and Economic Transformation. University of Regina Press, 2022
by Nolan Brown

Matthew Barrett and Robert C. Engen, Through Their Eyes: A Graphic History of Hill 70 and Canada’s First World War, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022
by James Kostuchuk

Jennifer Adese and Chris Andersen (editors), A People and a Nation: New Directions in Contemporary Métis Studies. University of British Columbia Press, 2021
by Lyle Ford

Wes Olson and Johane Janelle, The Ecological Buffalo: On The Trail of A Keystone Species. Foreword by Harvey Locke, Afterword by Leroy Little Bear. University of Regina Press, 2022
by Greg Thomas

R. Gordon Moyles, Death Stalked The Trails: The Klondike Gold Rush Through Edmonton 1897–98. Edmonton and District Historical Society, 2022
by James A. Burns


(Sewing) Patterns of Rural Family Life
by Kesia Kvill

Prairie Gazette

New Exhibit in Edmonton for Black History Month

Treaty Education Facility, Agowiidiwinan Centre, Opens at Winnipeg’s Forks National Site

Education is the New Buffalo: Where Did it All Begin?

Historians in Residence: Alberta Leads The Way

Some Notes on Ukrainian Culture on the Prairies

Witness Blanket: A Remarkable Art Installation About Residential School Survivors

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