Manitoba Bibliography/00

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Blanchard, James J., Manitoba History


Books

Black, Errol, A Square Deal for All: Historical Essays on Labour in Brandon (St. John's, Nfld.: Canadian Committee on Labour History, 2000).

Briggs, Colin J., York Factory Medical Journals, 1846-1849, at the Hudson's Bay Company Archives (Winnipeg: Westgarth, 2000).

Bumsted, J. M., Thomas Scott's Body: And Other Essays on early Manitoba History (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2000).

Butterfield, David K., If Walls Could Talk: Manitoba's Best Buildings explored & Explained (Winnipeg: Great Plains Publishing, 2000).

Coutts, Robert, The Road to the Rapids: Nineteenth-Century Church and Society at St. Andrew's Parish, Red River (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2000).

Dutka, June, The Grace of Passing: Constantine H. Andrusyshen: The Odyssey of a Slavist (Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, 2000).

Earl, Paul D., Mac Runciman: A Life in the Grain Trade (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2000).

Fort Garry Historical Society, Fort Garry Remembered: Stories Collected in and about the RM of Fort Garry, Manitoba (St. Norbert, Man.: Fort Garry Historical Society, 2000).

Hands Across the Meridian: A History of Brant-Argyle, Manitoba (Argyle, Man.: Brant Argyle History Book Committee, 2000).

MacDonald, Jake, The Lake: An Illustrated History of Manitobans' Cottage Country (Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2000).

Manitoba Nurses' Union, Manitoba Nurses' Union--25 years of Commitment (Winnipeg: Manitoba Nurses' Union, 2000).

Mysyk, Avis Darlene, Manitoba Commercial Market Gardening, 1945-1997: Class, Race and Ethnic Relations (Regina: Canadia Plains Research Center, 2000).

Our Musical Heritage: A Century of Jewish Musicians and Music in Winnipeg (Winnipeg: Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada, 2000).

Dr. Paul H. T. Thorlakson: Surgeon, Benefactor, Visionary (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, 2000).

Plans, Trends and Other Motifs: Fifty Years of Excellence in Planning Education (Dept. of City Planning, University of Manitoba) (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, Faculty of Architecture, 2000).

Russell, Frances, Mistahey Sakahegan: The Great Lake (Winnipeg: Heartland Publications, 2000).

Wojtkowiak, Wojciech. "Duch jest naszym zyciem": Parafia Ducha Swietego, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Winnipeg: Holy Ghost Parish, 2000).

Articles

Albas Daniel; Cheryl Albas, "Tertius dolens: The student experience of the University of Manitoba Faculty Association Strike," Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology, v. 37, no. 4, 2000, 461-83.

Aponiuk, Natalia; Bruno-Jofre, Rosa; Andrich, Sheila, "Educating Citizens for a Pluralistic Society: Select Bibliography," Canadian Ethnic Studies, v. 32, no. 1, 2000, 188-196.

Arrell, Douglas, "Miraculous comings-together: A century of Manitoba drama," Prairie Fire, v. 20, no. 4, 2000, 91-96.

Barr, William, "John Rae's Telegraph Survey: St Paul, Minnesota to Quesnel, British Columbia, 1864," Manitoba History, v. 38, 1999/2000, 2-13.

Bercuson, David J., "History Television and the General Strike: Three views: Prairie Fire: a personal view," Labour/Le Travail, v. 45, 2000, 255-7.

Bethune, Brian "`The keepers of our history.' Many Metis reenactors had ancestors at Batoche," Maclean's, v. 113, no. 43 (Oct. 23 2000), 68.

Bethune, Brian, "Treasures from the Empire of the Bay: The rich legacy of the Hudson's Bay Co. opens a new window on 300 years of Canadian history," Maclean's, v. 113, no. 19 (May 8, 2000).

Bochonko, Helen; Dooley, Chris, "The Timelinks Image Archive: A Case Study in Using Photographic Images in Teaching About Ethnic Relations," Canadian Ethnic Studies, v. 32, no. 1, 2000, 172-187.

Boyd, Matthew, "Changing Physical and Ecological Landscapes in Southwestern Manitoba in Relation to Folsom (11,000-10,000 BP) and McKean (4,000-3,000 BP) Site Distributions," Prairie Forum, v. …

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