Emerson

Having taken the Red River route to Emerson, many of the first settlers to the south central region of Manitoba then walked along the north side of the Pembina River to their homesteads. Emerson was, thus, an important communication centre for the region.

Photos & Art Work

Boundary Trails Heritage Region - Trail Ride Photos

A collection of photos taken of heritage sites and events along the route of the Boundary  Trails Heritage Region Trail from Emerson to the Turtle Mountains.

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    Community Histories

    Boundary Trails Heritage Region - Trail Ride Photos

    A collection of photos taken of heritage sites and events along the route of the Boundary  Trails Heritage Region Trail from Emerson to the Turtle Mountains.

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      Newspapers

      Emerson International - 1878-12-26 (1878)

      An issue of the Emerson International newspaper.

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      • No district news included.

      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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        Memoirs & Memories

        Memoirs of Dr Matthew Young - Ch 5 A Pembina Crossing History (1880)

        A historical reconstruction by Felix Kuehn.

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          Business & Public Affairs

          Manitoba's Diamond Jubilee - 1930 Commemorative Booklet (1880)

          A commemorative booklet which features photos of legislative officials over the past 60 years, comments on provincial development, and photos of regional interest.

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