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Al Thorleifson

A former community teacher, Al has been an instrumental part of the development of this web site.

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Alex Brown

An early pioneer of the Glenora District.

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Arni Sveinsson

A diarist who lived in the Grund District of Southern Manitoba.

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Bette Mueller

Bette has worked to preserve the community's heritage both as a teacher and as a member of local community heritage committees.

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Beula Swain

Beula Swain was a well-known historian of the Altamont, Manitoba district.

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Brooke Clayton

Brooke, a Manitou native, is a film maker and editor currently working in the Brandon area.

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Caroline Cumming

Caroline Cumming lived in the Huntly School District in Southern Manitoba.

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Chris Vickers

Chris Vickers completed a series of archaeological digs on the sites associated with the Mound Builder and Assiniboine cultures in southern Manitoba.

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Craig Baron

Craig grew up in Manitou, is currently teaching in Eli, and has brought his interest in military history to the development of this web site.

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Dorothy Shewfelt

Long-time resident of the Kingsley district.

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Edward M Ledohowski

Ed Ledohowski is curently a researcher with Manitoba Historic Resources.

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Evelyn Cavers

Author of a Nestibo family memoir set in the Goodlands district of Manitoba.

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Felix Kuehn

Felix grew up in the Pembina Valley near Pembina Crossing. He has been a life long chronicler of the lives and experiences of the people of that district.

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Harvey Ruddell

Harvey's family lived in the Nelsonville/Morden area during the settlement period.

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Henry Montgomery

Montgomery completed a number of digs associated with the mound builder culture.

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Henry Unger

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Ian Thorleifson

Ian spent his career in different roles working with wild animals - polar bear, elk, cariboo .....

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Isabella Fargey

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Jessica Swail

Re Nomination of Mary Speechly.

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John Rempel

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John Pennefather

Dr John Pennefather was a homesteader in the Norquay School District of Manitoba, and served as a surgeon during the Northwest Rebellion in 1885. During this time, his family lived in Manitou, Manitoba.

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John Warkentin

Editor of the Historical Atlas of Manitoba.

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Ken Storie

Ken Storie has worked on many photo projects with a heritage theme.

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Landon Booker

Lamdon farmed for many years in the Snowflake district.

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Larry Haag

Writing on Metis Nation topics.

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Lawrence Barkwell

A freelance author writing for the Louis Riel Institute.

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Lorne Thompson

Researcher with heritage Manitoba.

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Lorne Shewfelt

Raised in Kingsle, Lorne Shewfelt served as a food scientist at several universities during his career.

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Marjorie Hildebrand

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May Graham

May Graham spent much of her life in the Dry River District of Southern Manitoba.

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Richard Ruggles

Editor of the Historical Atlas of Manitoba.

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Richard Nathaniel Lea

R N and Manry Lea came from England in 1879 and settled on Fairbrook Farm south of Pembina Crossing.

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Shirley Carson

Shirley Carson has researched the records for information on the persons interred in the Knightcot Cemetery.

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Sigrun Sveinsson Isberg

Sigrun was raised in the Mimir School District in Argyle Municipality, Manitoba.

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Solomon Preston

An early pioneer of the Glenora District.

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Steini Olson

A pioneer of the Langruth district.

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Thora Gunnlaugson

Thora was interested in ensuring that the Icelandic heritage be maintained; she wrote several documents on local history and illustrated storied and recipe collections.

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William Harms

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