The Dirty Thirties

1930 - 1939

This was a time of poverty, of making do with what you had. Farms were less than productive and motorized vehicles were reconstructed to be pulled by horses - Bennett buggies.

Memoirs & Memories

1: The Pembina Manitou Archive: A Community-Based Educational Resource (2012)

This essay describes the purpose and the initial development of the Pembina Manitou Archive.

    Available On Line - Manitoba's Newspapers (1880)

    This is a listing of all Manitoba newspaper which we currently are aware are available online. We will pdate the listing as we become aware of changes.

      B. K. & Claire Johnson's Centennial HIstory - 1970 (1880)

      A short family history published during Manitoba's Centennial year.

        Buchanan Collection - This Business of Farming - Part 2 (1925)

        A collection of documents concerning the Buchanan farming operation from the 1920s to the 1940s.

          Fargey, Isabella - Memories of Other Days - LaRiviere Memoir (1880)

          A short memoir of early 20th century LaRiviere with a collection of period photos.

            Hughes Family in Western Canada (1880)

            A family history of the Hughes Family as told by the descendants in the New Haven District of Pembina Municipality

              JACKSON, Richard & Parker, Margaret - Family History (1880)

              The family story of the Jacksons, who loaned their name to the Jckson Hall and commiunity.

                Johann Gottfred & Sigurborg Pallsdottir (1880)

                This document contains a brief review of the family's history in Iceland and the first generations in Canada.

                  Johanneson Reunion Comments 1994 - Clarence Johannesson (1880)

                  As chair of this reunion, Clarence shared memories of his time living with Thorfinnur and Karolina, his grandparents.

                    Manitou Normal School 1930 - Photo Album (1929)

                    A student's collection of photos to commemorate her year in Norman School in Manitou.

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