Manitou

Built on a site south of the rail line, replacing the former site of Manitoba City.

Clayton: A Tribute to Stew Clayton (0)

A short biography celebrating the life and music of Stew Clayton.

    Cruthers Scrapbook - William Maurice Cruthers (1900)

    This scrapbook, collected by William Maurice Cruthers, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Mary Cruthers, begins with his departure for school in Ontario in 1906. Later in the book, articles documenting family events from earlier times are mixed in with current, as if they were included when they came into his posession.

      Davidson Dr Isaac Herbert and Grace Shore (1880)

      A selection of photographs spanning their lives - Medical Football Team photos, photos of their home and farm at Manitou, articles and obituaries.

        Erin Thorleifson - Iceland Blog 2012 (2012)

        Erin spent two and a half months in Iceland in the summer of 2012. Her blog bives an upbeat view of Iceland as it is today - a vibrant culture with scenery second to none.

          Johns Family - This Business of Farming (1900)

          A collection of documents and photos, spanning a century, which emphasize the process of building and paying for a grain elevator on the family farm in 1908.

            Jordans - Westward from Ireland (1880)

            This document traces the descendants of one family of immigrants from County May in Ireland to Canada.

              Konrad Jacob & Selma - Family History (0)

              Jacob & Selma Konrad farmed in the Archibald District of Southern Manitoba. 

                Manitou Old Timers Reunion - Winnipeg 1923 (1923)

                Many former Manitou residents moved on to other communities, many of them to Winnipeg where they, for many years gathered every summer to renew acquaintances.

                  McClungs in Manitou - 1890 - 1911 (1892)

                  Based on the research by the Pembina Manitou Archive, this collection emphasizes the relationship between the McClung Family and the community of Manitou and district during the years they spent in the community.

                    Memoirs of Dr Matthew Young - Ch 6 Our Pembina Crossing Years (1880)

                    A historical reconstruction by Felix Kuehn.

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