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Thornhill

Thornhill, on Hwy #3 west of Morden is associated with Knightcot Cemetery.

 

Community Histories

Canada 1812 - 1871 The Formative Years

This booklet, originally published by Imperial Oil, provides an understanding of the culture of Southern Ontario in the 19th Century. Many of the original settlers of the Pembina Manitou District came from Southern Ontario in the 1880's.

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    Family Narratives

    Grant, Agnes - No End of Grief - Indian Residential Schools in Canada (1880)

    An account addressing the experiences of First Nations children in the residential schools.

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      Museums

      La Riviere Manitou Station on Main Museum - Partnerships with Museums 2021 - La Riviere to Lyleton (1880)

      This monograph is intended to highlight the museum's history, its relationship to the other communities on the line, and pointing out some of the anecdotes from along the line. It was published by the Pembina Manitou Archive and the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region as part of the Partnerships with Museums 2021 project. 

      Financial support was provided by the Government of Manitoba.

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        Memoirs & Memories

        Little White School House - Charyk

        Stories of time spent in small rural schools.

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          Maps

          Manitoba Buffalo Hunting Trails (1880)

          This short article outlines the two best known trails used by the buffalo hunters as they wended their way from the Red River Settlement to the Missouri for the annual buffalo hunt.

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            How it looks today




             

            Cemeteries

            Knightcot Cemetery, Darlingford